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             Pat  Davis      

Vintage and Classic Car enthusiast 

  A collection of photos taken By Pat Davis during  AUS 2000 International Rally 4th -5th March 2000


                                      1949  MGY
                Entrant number 12 Driver Owen McNeill Navigator Mary McNeill
he  MGY  was created from a Morris ten the Morris eight and some Wolseley parts.  It was not really as sporty as it looked as it weighed  a bit over a ton. It was not greatly handy for anything over  60 miles per hour.   It did have a sunroof,  leather upholstery,   lots of walnut trim and a tilting windscreen.    That was about all that was needed to  attract the few buyers willing to  upgrade  to a car with a touch more glamour.

An open top version was introduced in 1948 (YT) , it had the same  54 BHP engine with twin SU carburetors  the same as the MG  TC.   The YT was not greatly successful, probably the wrong mixture of sporty and luxury.

In 1953 the Y was replace with the MG Magnette  which was basically a Wolseley 4/44  body with an MG grill,  an attractive car  but not a lot of   oomph.  With weight in excess of  1,130 kg  powered by less than 1500 c

It is a very collectible car, the MG badge, the two large headlights either side of a grille on a long bonnet is a well sought after look,   four seats. . It s an excellent classic well suited to club outings

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