The MG Midget was a diminutive little runabout from Morris Garage that shared mechanical parts with the odd looking Bugeye Sprite from Triumph Austin-Healey its hard to keep all of these defunct British auto companies straight! This MkIV Midget was refereed to as the Midget because it shared a power plant with the Triumph spitfire instead of the cc engines of the earlier years. The MkIV also featured a black plastic front bumper that could be swapped out for a pre chrome piece if desired and has squared off rear wheel arches — apparently done because the early rounded wheel arches were known to buckle under cornering forces created by the mm section width tires. Motivating the Midget is a 1. Performance is Zamboniesque with the lb curb weight; this Oompa-Loompa will hobble from mph in 12 seconds.
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This MG Midget is finished in yellow over black and powered by a 1,cc inline-four mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The car was purchased 28 years ago by the seller, who has since added approximately 20k miles. A refurbishment was performed in the s, and features include a rebuilt engine with a performance camshaft, a Datsun 5-speed manual transmission, polyurethane bushings, a roll bar, and more as described below. The exterior is finished in yellow, which was repainted as part of the refurbishment in the s. A black soft top with a 3-piece backlight is equipped and shown raised and lowered in the gallery below.