MG Midget Pictures

Here's a list of pictures you can see from here :
* Stefan Krieger and his brother in their Lenham sprites competing in historic races in the German GT-championship (1.000 ccm-class)
* CYR 7C is the original built by Lenham Sportscars for David Matthews in 1989 Pictured with new owner en-route to York
* The red gto (FTE 928J) next to CYR 7C was built between 1994-1998 by the current owner supplied with a gto kit from Lenham Motor Co.
* David Matthews pictured with two Lenham GTO Sprites
* Alessandro Gradenigo's Midget exported from London to Italy - <alex_1407@yahoo.com>
* Christine owned by Diane M. Miller, Beaver, PA
* Kerry Bree's Racing Midget from New Zealand. Interior and Engine
* Midget Turbo owned by Rob Eades. More images (external link)
* 1966 WSM Sprite at Thruxton Healey 50th
* WSM Midget at Thruxton
* Jukka Selenius's AH Sprite was raced in Finland's Historic Race Gulf Historic Cup. The two races were problematic with the top gasket, until we found out that the water pump brace was some 0,3 mm too high above the block level. It kept the top just a bit open and it spat fire in rounds 1-2 so that I had to come to the pits. The block of my Sprite has been slightly lowered, but the same happens easily with Cooper S. For next season Weber 45 DCOE and Piper 649+ Abdington good old race cam. With 286 cam and Weber 40 DCOE the power out put seized to 5950 and I think that it was lack of fuel. Next season I am going to beat at least the Coopers on dry track so everything seems good.
* David Deutsch's Frogeye Sprite
* S Bustin's beautifully restored Frogeye Sprite from Holland. Rear/Side Rear/Other side Interior
* Andrea Sassu's father's Frogeye Sprite
* Derrick Rowe's Frogeye Sprite Just back on the road after 21 years!
* Dick Rothman's Sprite racing at Summit Point, WV - USA
* Joseph Sackal's Sprites 1959 bugeye and 1962 MG Midget
* 'Kermit', Alec Spencer's 1961 leaf-green Frogeye Mark I with the Donald Healey '90 plus' modifications - disc brake and whire wheel kit
* Guy de Jongh's Frogeye Sprite open wide! engine closer engine from front windscreen back side interior
* E Mumford's Midget bought from London Road Garage, Rockbeare, near Exeter, in May 98. It was fully restored by them from an absolute pile of rust.
* Daan-Paul van Kerkhoff's Midget rear view From The Netherlands. Bought in the summer of 1998. He has been restoring it to a 'better than new' condition.
* Frogeye Sprite Engine Bay Photographed at Hever Castle, Autumn 96
* Janet Grigg's navy blue chrome Midget at a IDA-BRITS Car Club event in Boise, Idaho, USA
* Jurgen Claassen's Midget taken in France on vacation. Jurgen is Dutch.
* Manuel Trujillo's MKIII American Spec Midget Tenerife
* Mark III Midget - A fine fiew of the MG "face".
* Julian Buck's Midget
* Brian Cameron's Sprite with a difference Under the bonnet is an 1800cc K- series engine tuned to about 170bhp, a Ford close ratio 5 speed gearbox, coil suspension with upright damping, vented discs all round, and a unique rear suspension system with a Tran- X LSD. It was originally 5-linked at the rear with a Panhard Rod but the new system is copied from a single seater racing set up and gives much greater stability in corners. It's trimmed in the usual leather seats and standard trim. And at less than 700kg it's fun to drive as well! Another view. Brian Cameron is ex MD of British Motor Heritage.
* Steve Gosset with his mother - Don't look my mother but look at the car... It's a MG Midget... This car has been sold 1000 BEF (25€) in 1975.
* Steve Gosset's 62 Midget - Same car, same baby boy, same place but 35 years later...
* Steve Gosset's 62 Midget - At sunset. If you open one image on this page, make it this one.
* Steve Gosset's father and his Midget - This car had a crash in front right side and finish in the 'bush", completely rusted...
* Darren Veal's Bugeye Sprite - Drag racing!
* Paul J. Daoust's Bugeye Sprite - On vacation in Martha's Vineyard, USA, June 94. (Not quite a Midget but ne'ermind..)
* Peter Harrison's Racing Midget 1995 MG Car Club Cockshoot cup championship winning standard class car, seen here leading the field at Cadwell Park.
* Peter Harrison's racing MG Midget Winner of the MG Car Club Cockshoot cup standard car class championship 95 and 96 That was a bit close!, seen here alone
* VMGC's Scott Watkins MG Midget - The last version of the Midget. Scott, brother of Wayne. (VMGC).
* Susan and Brad Stevenson's 59 Frogeye
* Gilles 1959 Frogeye Sprite in France
* Tony and Karen Chiles' Blue and White Frogeye and a rear viewand his Father's car
* Marco Fantechi's 1961 MG Midget MkI From Firenze, Italy
* Richard S. Hutchinson's 61 MK11 original except for the rollbar
* Malcolm Kellock's 61 MK1
* 1962 Midget MkI from Central Valley of California
* Marcel Booij's 1962 Midget MkI waiting for the sun in Holland
* Carl Vonder Haar's 1962 Sprite. Interior
* Original 1962 Midget from Gedney Hill Spalding. Side view
* 1962 MKII Sprite belonging to and restored by Bob Clarkson. It took three years to rebuild, had been painted red but now restored back to its original highway yellow.
* Bas Timmermans' 63 MK I Midget OEW from Groningen Holland
* Allegra LeGrande's 1963 Midget MkI This is technically a '64 MG midget, but its engine serial numbers are those of a '63. I restored it with my grandfather beginning six years ago. I know that the original top and interior were black, but because this car was going to be under the hot Texas sun during the day, I decided to change the colors to tan. Its original exterior paint was red. Now, my car lives on the campus of Rice University in Houston, Texas where I attend school and continue to restore my car.
* Gregory Warrier's '64 MG Midget MKII used as a daily driver till recently from Penang, Malaysia
* Lee Evans and Elizabeth Walker's 1964 MG MidgetThe car was built for North American export in 1964, it was originally dove gray with red interoir, wire wheels and a heater.rear view The car was bought back to this country in 1992, where it was converted to RHD and repainted in black as it is today. The engine was changed to a 1275 unit in 1993.
* Antony Taylor's '65 MG Midget from Manchester and under the bonnet
* Zac's '65 MG Midgetand a side view
* Richard Gulley's '65 MG Midget winner of 8 awards, 4 first place and 4 second place
* Jukka Selenius's '65 Sprite from Helsinki, Finland
AH Sprite MK III -65 which is prepared for historic racing on track. The pictures are from a set of pictures for FIA regognition passport. The car is built according to AH MK III homologation papers and FIA appendix K and as it will have the FIA Historic passport I am allowed to race all over the world in FIA Historic events where a suitable class is raced. My Healey belongs to age grop F (pre 31.12.-65) In the passport pictures the car must have bumbers but actually they are forbidden in asphalt trac racing.
Seen again on the main straight bend to the right at Ahvenisto racetrack in Hameenlinna in Finland. The race track is some 40 years old and it is in the middle of nature park. The track is situated on two sides of a large hill and it is spectacular to race due to mickey mouse charcter and almost no security areas. If you drive out you crash! I have had a lot of trouble with my 1098 cc engine and it does not seem fast enough to Abarths, Cooper S cars and also Spitfire is faster. The car handles so well with Detroit locker and good suspension. Now I race in age group F (-65 and earlier) but I think that I will change to G which is 66-72. The 1300 cc engine and 100 kgs lighter than Coopers should do. More information at www.spriteracing.com
* J.B. Busschaert's '66 Sprite red
* Urs Nielsen's '66 Midget Mark II from Nakskov, Denmark
* 1966 Street Midgetrace ready, aluminum cockpit, single webber, race cam, needs paint, electronic iginition, 5 speed datsun trans,lowerd and sway bars, alternator conversion, 8 ball shift knob
* Jim Knerr's '67 Sprite/Midget - The car that won the 1987 SCCA National F-Production Championship at Road Atlanta in action on the race track. Jim Knerr is the driver, owner, and chief architect.
* Paul Bethune's 1961 MG Midget, 5th year on the road all orginal except for the full leaf rear suspension, front disc brakes and the 1275cc engine. All MG parts, engine from a 74, suspension and brakes from a 65
* Joe Macinnes Frederick's 1966 Sprite From Maryland, USA. Beneath the skin!
* Max Bollinger's 1967 Midget
* Jay Sato's 1967 Midget MK III More..
* Jonny Symonds's 1967 Midget from Cambridge
* Becky Hart's 67 Midget The photo was taken on the day I bought it (May 8, 1998) in a park (somewhere in Utah) on the way home (Colorado) from Mesa Arizona.
* Ralph Higson's 68 Midget At Le Mans 2001 the day before the car was involved in the MG Parade on the track
* Hap Waldrop's 1969 F-prod SCCA racer It has been a racer for over twenty years , bought car in June 1996 , spent two years re-doing . Plans now are to gear -up for 2000 run-offs. Greenville SC
* Stephen Thorne's 69 Midget MkIII from Brisbane, Australia
* Jonathan Smith's Midget with 1.4 kseries engine and 5 speeed for gearbox from South Wales
* Derek's 1969 Midget
* Eugene's 1969 AH Sprite At San Diego British Car Day 2000. I'm the one causing all the glare.
* Paul Beardmore's 1969 Sprite with his girlfriend Joanne at the wheel.
* Neridah's Cherry '69 Sprite from Australia and from the side
* Mike Chachich's 1970 Midget (external link)
* Pop Torresan's '70 MG Midget Assembled in Australia and first registered 4/1/71, fully restored in 1996.
* Peter Balcombe's 1970 Midget used daily by his wife as her transport to work
* 70 MG Midget bought it in August of '98 when I was 15
* Brian Lynge's '70 MG Midget from Aarhus, Denmark. The interior.
* Robert Kellner's 1970 Midget from Slovakia. Undergoing a three year restoration. Ready to paint Engine Before
Bought complete, drivable but in bad shape in 2001. Not really knowing what is going to happen in the future in 2002 I started a complete renovation works. I was terrified when I found out the true state of the car. I thought I was going to kill myself. I completed all works in August 2005, after 3 years. It was very detailed and precise renovation. It was worth it. Since then I have got a few prizes. It is my satisfaction. I got a big help from your professional website when I found many useful technical information as well as inspiration to complete the car. I am happy you like the car and the pictures from the race ECCE HOMO HISTORIC 2005 in the Czech republic.
* Owen Menck's '70 MG Midget MKIII several pictures on an external site
* George Murphey's 1970 MG Midget MK IV The engine is out of a 74 - 1275cc. Car has the original British Leyland AM - FM radio that still works. Engine just got revalved for unleaded.
* Oscar a 1970 Midget
* Jeff Kippen's 71 Midget 'Prince of Darkness'
* Steve Cooper's 1971 1275cc Midget - Restored 1992
* Mark Allen's 1971 Midget - More images (external site)
* Jon Gates 1971 Midget Not quite there yet but getting better everyday
* Mark Marino's 1971 Midget from Pittsburgh PA. I acquired it in April of 2002. I have been looking for it for a lifetime
* Dennis and Kathy's 1971 & 1973 Midgets - This orange 73 Midget was bought several months ago as a semi-project and the white 71 has been owned for 10 years
* 1972 Midget - This Midget was restored about 5 years ago and has its own story.
* Brad Michaels' 1972 Midget - owned since 1980.
* Andy Scott's 1972 Sprite engine bay and interior
* Jackie and Dave's 1972 MidgetUpdating the car. It has been 2 ˝ years and there is a long way to go. Ontario, Canada
* Dave Robichaud and Jackie Timothy's 1972 Midget before restoration (Oct 97) The garage awaits! This is the car mid way through restoration October 99
Finally restored after six years. In 2007 they purchased a rebuilt transmission in the Southern United States, from a Datsun B10. With the conversion kit, they installed it and it shifts like a charm now ! Living in Southern Ontario, Canada, it is stored in the garage during the winter months, but enjoy it spring, summer and fall !!
* Mark Morrison' 1972 Midget from Portland, OR , USA. I bought the car about a year ago and just finished restoring it recently. It had been sitting next to the previous owner's garage, where a vandal went at it with an aluminum baseball bat. Needless to say, there was lots of bodywork i needed to do. It was totally rust free though, and it was cheap. I did all the work myself, except the paint, which i had a friend do in my garage for a six pack of ale. I drive it nearly everyday, and hope to do a little racing with it this summer.
* Menno v. Wijk's 1972 Midget Split-Bumper with Round Rear Wheel Arches from The Netherlands. More information (external link)
* Simone Marx's 1972 Midget Owned since 1995. It was imported from the UK and is now happily living in Germany.
* Joyce Walsh's 1972 Midget Bought for her as a Christmas present for $2495.00 by her husband, Dave. She has been driving it for 30 years. This car is still in its original state except for a paint job in 2009, roll bars and new tires. It has 48 000 miles on it. A true family legacy. It is older than both of our girls. We still look forward to bringing it out in the late spring and driving it for the summer. It's like getting a new car every year!
* Daan-Paul van Kerkhoff's 1972 Midget My 1972 MG Midget is now in concours condition. Here you see me an my pride and joy shortly before I changed the complete front suspension. The new mini light wheels look 'the parts' in my humble opinion. For shows I can still use my rostyles, but for driving the mini lights are the best. The car has been completely restored with new hydrolics, electrics, suspension, engine and gearbox, carbs and ignition topped off with a complete bare metal respray and new interior and hood. The complete story of the restoration can be read on my site which is being restyled as we speak: http://home.hccnet.nl/d.p.kerkhoff/
* Bert Wiegand's 1972 Midget from Germany. Taking part in a rallye
* Martin Bennett's 1972 Midget from Stevenage. Owned since 1974. Interior
* Bill's 1972 Midget from Ohio, USA. Purchased the car in the fall of 2001 from a friend in Cleveland, Ohio for $2400. The 1275cc engine runs well, but the bodywork needs some attention.
* Matt Jones' 1973 Midget from Ontario, Canada
* Bart & Audrey's 1973 Midget has new engine and interior; needs rebuilding carbs, new tires and new front seal.
* Garry Megson's 1973 Midget
* Dave Plantz's 1973 Midget from Charleston, Wv. Dave also owns a 1975 Midget Both are currently being restored.
* Robert Rodriquez's Midget
* Jack Wilker Jnr's 1973 Midget restored Winter 98 (photo from the back)
* Colin Weeks' 1973 RWA Trials Midget in action at Great Brickhill
* Again at Great Brickhill. Colin went on to win the ASWMC Production Car Trials Championship in this car in 2004.
* Michael G's 1973 Midget - currently undergoing a complete restoration ..more
* 1973 MG Midget / Still under construction
Owners: Curt & Sherry Riekhof of Springfield, MO USA
Picture taken July 10, 1999 after many hours of blood, sweat & tears
* Joseph A. Maggiore's 1973 Midget This car took six months to restore and I used almost all NOS parts! It wasn't cheap but it was worth it
* Ben Haywood's 1973 Midget in Teal Blue
* Tim Holdsworth's 1974 MKIII Midget
* Mat Poland's 1974 Midget restored '93
* Marc Duval's 1974 Midget 65,000 miles, owned since 1980s
* Don Anderson-San Pedro's 1974 Midget from California, USA
'74 with chromed windshield frame, Nissan A15 engine and 5 speed, roll bar and fiberglass front end. The lady is my Indonesian wife and my floating home/sail boat is just outside of the backround
* Sybrand Oosterhof's 1974 Midget from Apeldoorn, The Netherlands. This midget is a USA model form august 1974. Imported to holland in 1995. I own the car since 2000
* Deirdre Newton's 1974 Midget from Maine, USA
* Benjamin Grimley's Midget from Mallorca
It was rebuilt in 1988 to race. 1430cc, Weber 45, stage II etc. I drove it from the UK to Mallorca in 2000. Was rebuilt in 2004. Before rebuild
* Scott Friemark's 74 Midget and again from the back. Originally purchased in 1980 in Racine WI, 1275 cc engine rebuilt in a 1984 college class stripping it all the way down and even cleaning the block in a dip tank. Since that time it has only done 5000 miles. Recently it had a new paint job as well as interior carpet. Now resident at Holly, MI.
* Jason Sutton's '74 MG Midget MKIII Jason has owned the car since 1994
* Phil Harvey's '74 MG Midget First registered in Channel Islands 1974. Re-registered UK 1978.
* Mike Epp's '75 MG Midget from Ohio, USA
* John Gallant's '75 MG Midget from Coldstream B.C., Canada. This '75 anniversary issue Midget is pictured at the Rally in the Valley event held in Peachland BC Canada. 220 British cars entered from all over Canada and the North West USA.
* Jay R Sampson's '75 MG Midget found in a barn in Tennessee in October of 1998, where she had been home to a family of Raccoons and Mice. She was also used as a storage shed for gardening tools by her previous owner. She was at least rust free when I found her bit that's all she had going...
* Mike Abernethy's '75 MG Midget "Bridget", Charleston, West Virginia
* Rik Vermeir's MG Midget from Belgium. Driven every day playing loud music such as the Jam, The Who and Oasis...
* Stephen Hill's 1975 MG Midget from the Stockport area of Cheshire
* Tim Howard's 1975 MG Midget from Princeton, WV USA. After 13 years of sitting outside, Tim purchased this car for $200 and has spent 18 months (so far) restoring it.
* Deano's 1975 MG Midget MkIV from Measham, England. Purchased September 2001 and enjoying every minute. I intend to restore as time permits when you have a family. It will soon have new No. Plates HER5 ???N. My Volvo V40 has H15 ???. How Sad "HIS & HERS" cars
* Brent Brown's 76 Midget Only 28,000 original miles on this 1500 cc engine. I'm a 22 year-old college student who bought this when I was 14. I live in Cedarburg Wisconsin and take it to shows around the area
* Gary Slegg's '76 MG Midget and his fiancee Sue, by the shores of Loch Ness in 1998, just after he had her resprayed (the car that is!!).
* Jarrod's '76 MG Midget Jarrod is 16
* Bob Scottaline's '76 MG Midget from Long Island , New York, USA
* Chris Lutz's wife's 76 midget
* Tim Shride's 1976 Midget Special from Seattle WA, USA in red (previously owned by Doug Lowery)
* Lynn Craven's 1976 Midget
* Andrea Bonk's 1976 Midget Special
* 77 Midget belonging to DANTT19@aol.com
* 1977 Midget belonging to Eric Lawson ERIC080@aol.com, here it is again
* Chris Kotting's 1977 Midget - In its original Tahiti Blue paint, with only 29,000 miles on the odometer.
* John Pustelny's White 1977 Midget called Snow White!
* Glyn Owens' 1977 Midget For more information view the full restoration story (external site)
* Markus Pillhofer's 1500 Midget in black
* Phil Reagon's wife's 1977 Midget 70,500 miles and in above average shape. It has some minor work that needs some attention but she is a beauty.
* David Meduna's 1977 Flamenco Red Midget and here it is inside
* Bill Wunsch's 1977 Midget
* Gordon Lee and his 1978 Midget - and Gordon's J reg Midget 22 years earlier after drenching the electrics with water.
* 1978 MG Midget that was passed down to John LaSala by his father's first cousin Buddy and the car back in New Jersey
* Joe Bellizia's 1978 Midget from Rochester, NY, USA. (Limited Edition - Rally Sport). I've had it for 18 years!
* Marco Busch's 1978 Midget USA fed. model (external link)
* Gryf Ketcherside's 1978 Midget from Missouri, USA
* Paul J. Snowball's 1978 Midget
* Mike Nolan's 1978 Midget all original(for now) with 26 thousand miles
* Paul Lewis's 1978 Midget Paul came to the USA in 1976 to market MG cars for British Leyland. This is Paul and his 1978 Midget, the demonstrator he acquired in 1978 from British Motors of Sacramento. He still owns and drives the car. Paul is resident in El Dorado Hills, California
* Wayne & Pat Palmer's 1978 Midget Special from Owen Sound, Ont. Canada (ppalmer@bmts.com)
* Mel Inch - 1979 Midget - Great fun in the Canadian summers. Here it is again
* Jay Million's 1979 Midget before and after
* Peter van der Heijden's 1979 Midget from The Netherlands. Seen again from the rear/side
* Oliver Bischoff´s ´79 Midget1500
* 1979 Midget
* John Garrett's 1979 Midget , from the back, under the bonnet and inside
* Robert Lendvai's 79 Midget - the car is in mint condition and lives in Ottawa, Ontario.
* Kim Tonry's 79 Midget with factory hardtop from Downers Grove, Illinois U.S.A
* Brian Ross's '79 Midget the restoration story (external link)
* John Hsu's 1979 MG Midget All orginal, even the paint. It has 68,300 orginal miles. I bought it in Dec. 1995. I've been having loads of fun with it since.
* Edward Fretwell and his 1979 Midget 1500 about to go for an early evening spin
* Tony Stapleton's late Midget 1500 1500 (formerly KRJ 333V) (Now 027 CSR in Brisbane, Australia)
* Derek Lewry's 1980 Midget His pride and joy - slow restoration taking place as time and cash flow allow, Sills and rear wings have been fully resprayed, full conversion to unleaded, new valves etc and a new hood, more to be done but for now Im looking forward to having some fun, roll on summer.........
* David Gilbert's 1980 Midget pictured with his wife's MGF VVC
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