It is a full body off restoration for less than 8.000 miles ago.
The engine has been totally reworked
The wood between the engine and the cab and the wood in the bottom and in the back
has been replaced.
The color Silver Grey Metallic was introduced in 1952, and was replacing the Clipper
There has only been produced 1710 pieces of TD MARK-II
The car is always placed in a heated garage.
The history of TD MK II.
In the middle of 1951, the MG TD received a new engine block and sump, as well as
a larger clutch and a new flywheel, and this iteration is now commonly referred to
as the TD2. MG also manufactured 1,710 TD Mk IIs, and it was essentially produced
for club racers. The Mk II held 5.5 percent more horsepower (and a top speed of 83
mph), thanks to increased compression ratio and bigger valves. Additional friction
dampers, badging, a bulge over the carburetors, and chrome grill bars also differentiated