The MG Midget Series “TC” could be considered the car that started the post-war sports car boom in the United States. The light, nimble MG cars that service men and women returning from England had been exposed to were vastly different from the big, heavy American cars prevalent in the day. Not only were the smaller, they were fun to drive. Soon exporters were bringing in the first of the post war MGS and enthusiasts were buying them up as quickly as they arrived.
The TC was a natural for the sports racing of the day and had a ubiquitous presence at hill climbs, road races, and rallies across America. There seems to be no less enthusiasm for the TC today as back in the day as these inonic British sports cars remain wildly popular with collectors and hobbyests across the country
The Sports Car Art fine art print of the MG TC is available in all of the factory exterior and trim colors and comes with the hood up, Lucas outside mirror and even a bottle of Duckham’s oil in the bulkhead holder. You can get your very own copy of the post war classic