MG began as a small division of Morris that sold sporting versions of normal Morris cars. It soon evolved into a separate company that built tiny open-fendered Midgets with equally tiny overhead-cam engines. It departed from that concept in 1936 with the introduction of the TA Midget. It was larger than previous models and was powered by a 1250 cc overhead valve engine. After World War II, MG restarted with the similar (if not identical) TC Midget. American G.I.'s, impressed by their handling, brought them back to the US and started the sports car revolution. The evolution from that point included the TD, TF, TF 1500, MGA, Midget, MGB, MGR V8, and MGF. for detailed descriptions of these models click on the model's link below.
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