Description: Introduced in 1950, the MG TD Midget combined the drive train of its predecessor, the TC, and the chassis and suspension from the MG Y-Type. Produced from 1950 to 1953, the TD variants featured a 1.3L inline 4-cylinder engine that produced 54 horsepower and 64 ft. lbs. of torque and was mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. Everything under the hood is factory and even has its original storage compartment. This numbers-matching 1953 MG TD is a left hand drive North American. Inside the interior, the dash features an original Moto-Lita wood steering wheel, gauges for oil pressure and charging amperage, as well as a speedometer and tachometer with a clock inset at the bottom. A fuel warning light in the dash notifies drivers when there are less than three gallons of fuel remaining in the tank. The exterior paint comes in a two-tone BUterschotch brown and cream color scheme. As a lightweight roadster, this TD has little in the way of unneeded accessories, and features windshield wipers, turn signals, and headlights and stoplights, and rides on a set of original steel wheels with MG-crest hubcaps with a matching spare mounted on the rear. It is currently registered with a set of original 1953 California license plates, which add a nice vintage touch considering their relative scarcity. Only 29,614 built from 1949 to 1953, today this MG TD Midget is a fairly rare piece of British motoring history and a fun and sporty car to drive.