History of the MG TD

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Reply enrico baak
8:23 AM on December 1, 2015 
I,mfrom the Netherlands, and a MG TD owner since 1967.
Reply tony hewitt
3:31 PM on May 19, 2015 
Just purchase a TD reg no KWY 304 it was restored by Simon Robinson in 1995/6 but I have no other history, does anyone have any information on this car, This is a throw back to my youth when I owned TD NNF444 and an MGA 755ALL any news on these would be good, a nostalgia trip.
Reply Juan Antonio Pulido
7:26 PM on February 17, 2015 
I live in spain and i have a MG TD early model 1951. If you want see it you cam in you tube: Restauración MG TD early model en español.
I hope you like it.
Thanks from Spain.
Reply Gordon
6:37 PM on December 13, 2014 
1953 MG TD
Reply Gordon
6:34 PM on December 13, 2014 
Car is off to paint shop, Engine. rebuilt, gearbox on work bench getting rebuilt, Chrome work done. Soon my friend will be on the road!!
Reply Larry
6:16 PM on September 9, 2014 
Recently acquired a 1951 MG TD. I have wanted a TD ever since my brother had one when I was a freshman in college. (He let his deteriorate--I never did forgive him for that). Looking forward for touring around in this little gem. Thank you for your website and helpful manuals and history.
Reply James Otey
11:28 AM on May 21, 2013 
As a young man I purchased a 1952 TD in 1960. Cared for it for 12 years then sold it to another young man who immediately trashed it. Now 53 years later I have found another '52 TD and will never let it go until I am gone. Looking for another childhood I guess.