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William Morris brought Fordist mass-production to Britain, and thus Morris was the natural platform for Cecil Kimber to begin modifying, tuning, and improving. Thus, Kimber’s Morris Garages was born. In 1952, MG built a special TD for a customer who raced at Le Mans with a streamlined body to allow a better top speed, and that car formed the inspiration for the MGA.
Thought to have spent its whole life in Virginia, chassis 4324225 has benefited from a comprehensive restoration carried out by Classic Cars of Williamsburg to perfectly replicate factory-original specifications. Attention to detail has been fastidious, including the extensive use of factory-correct screws, bolts, and fasteners. Illustrating the caliber of the work, the MGA took Junior and Senior National First Place at the Antique Automobile Club of America. 4324225 is accompanied by an original tool roll, jack, hammer, air pump, and owner’s manual. Sparingly driven since the restoration was completed several years ago, the MGA has accumulated few additional miles since. Discerning collectors of the very best British Sports cars are advised to look closely.