|1935||MG||PB Supercharged||2,885 (Not Warranted)||£33,500 + buyers premium|
Description from The Vendor:
Dismantled Car purchased from the estate of the late Bob Hudson, Reading, Berks in 2016.
Chassis and all running gear stripped, cleaned, reassembled inc new brakes,half shafts, seals. Differential checked, new UJ joints on propshaft. Gearbox stripped, rebuilt new bearings, seals fitted. New Battery and Isolator switch, Cabling.
New Ash Frame (steel covered) , Dashboard in Mahogany, Cycle Wings, Front Apron, New Fuel Tank fitted & Special PB Filler Cap (only fitted on PB’s).
Engine Block, Cylinder Head, Crank Proffesionly cleaned at Ultraseal , Slough. Block Resleeved, new Pistons, new Line boring, White Metal bearings. Crank, Rods, Flywheel, clutch Balanced.
New 2 Brush Dynamo, Regulator Box, Wiring Loom Fitted.
All Instruments, checked, reworked as neccesary.
New Windscreen Glass, Odd Parts rechromed, replaced Mirrors.
New Blockley 400X19 Tyres, Tubes, Wheels balanced.
Fitted period Pre War Marshal175 ( Rebuilt By Tony Merrick some time ago, been in stock) Supercharger and pipework plumbed in.
New Tonneau Cover, N/Side Sidescreen, Hood all made to measure.
All new interior Trim, New Metal seat shells, covered in Leather.
Car runs really well, before lockdown runs on MG Car Club weekends, Wales, Cornwall, Yorkshire. Car used weekly and totally reliable with little adjustments so far. A real pleasure to drive.
This beautiful car has had a total nut & bolt restoration. The vendor is a renowned highly qualified engineer. There is a fantastic file of all the invoices totallying £6.797.80 plus another £4000 was spent on a new ash frame made by Steve Gilbert & Co who are regarded as the number one specialist in this field. The total of £10,970.80 spent does not include any charge for the vendor’s labour The interesting part of this car is that she is fitted with a pre-war supercharger, rebuilt by the top expert in this field, Tony Merrick.
The supercharger is correct in every way it even has the MG Logo in the aluminium casting, it produces between 6 – 8 psi. Bearing in mind that the standard 939cc MG Engine produces 43 BHP at 5,500 rpm and with this supercharger the BHP is increased to 60. Considering that these little cars are very lightweight the power-to-weight ratio is excellent. She drives through a 4 speed crash gearbox and if the buyer of this lovely car does not know how to double-declutch I will give him or her a free of charge lesson.This wonderful icon of British Motoring History may be viewed strictly by appointment.
*PLEASE NOTE* The Vendor would be very pleased to talk to any serious prospective buyer of his car, ring Owen on 01202745466 and give him YOUR telephone number and he then will pass it on to The Vendor.
|Auction||29th April 2022 - 95% SOLD|
|Vehicle Model||PB Supercharged|
|Year of Manufacture||1935|
|Mileage||2,885 (Not Warranted)|
|Date first Registered||25/10/1935|
|Estimated Sale Price||£28,000 - £29,750|
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