MG SA saloon, year 1937. Chassis number SA1707, engine number QPHG1956. Colour two-tone green combined with a beige leather interior trimmed with green carpet and light brown headlining. Silver painted wite wheels shod with Blockley 5.50 x 18-inch tyres. This marvellous MG SA was sold new in the United Kingdom with registration MG5441. The original UK registration book is still with the car, as is the original instruction manual, and brochure! This gorgeous MG SA was completed in recent years, after a nut and bolt restoration and overhaul by a British specialist. Costs nor effort were spared to reach perfection, the sales price is much lower than the costs of the restoration. This MG SA saloon is in a superb top condition, we are quite sure that you will not find a more beautifully restored example! The MG SA ‘sporting saloon’ was introduced by MG to rival the likes of SS cars (later Jaguar) and even Bentley (the Rolls Royce ‘Derby’ models). In total only 2739 examples were built of this exclusive MG from 1936 until 1939. The MG SA features hydraulically operated drum brakes around and a very special ‘Jackall’ hydraulic jacking system that still (or again) works on this car! This MG SA saloon was restored to perfection and is shows all the original details. Even the interior was painstakingly restored to perfection, i twill take you hours to study all the details. Very nice is the sunscreen inside the rear window, which can be cable operated from the driver’s seat.
This rare MG comes with a full history file, and the original booklets. This MG SA is a terrific find for the MG collector and enthusiast. This wonderful automobile can be exported to, and registered in every country around the globe.