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    MG Midget - The MG of the doctor

    In a village, things are even smaller than in the wild west of the Randstad. But here too, dentists and oral care collective buildings and GP posts are moving up. And five serious supermarkets plus two small Turkish idems for a population of 15.000? We know that too. My dentist has an old Harley En Read more

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    About the Volkswagen Beetle, Land Rover Series III and more information about various classics

    Worth knowing Do you know why a Volkswagen Beetle from 1970 until its European end in 1979 was given the type designation 1302/1303? The solution is simple. Simca already had the type designation 1301 in use… The Land Rover Series III remained virtually unchanged for 1971 years from 13. Until the type was replaced in 1984 by Read more

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    MG Midget restoration

    With the precision of an F16 By: René Gruwel – Wilbers Taxaties (www.wilbers-taxaties.nl) Henny Verheijen is no stranger to hard work. Take the restoration of his MG, for example, the hands are simply rolled up. And this MG Midget is being overhauled very drastically. Not because you have to, but because you can! Read more

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    Things worth knowing

    And just imagine why a Volkswagen Beetle from 1970 until its European end in 1979 was given the type designation 1302/1303… The solution is simple. Simca already used the type designation 1301… Land Rover Series III The Land Rover Series III remained virtually unchanged for 1971 years from 13. Until the type Read more

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    Where to start MG Midget

    The enthusiasm (perhaps ignited by third parties) to restore a classic yourself can break your heart. This recently happened to an MG enthusiast in West Drayton, County Middlesex, Britain, who saw an MG Midget. Despite the correct description as being 'a restoration object' and sufficient photos showing the condition of the vehicle Read more

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    MG Midget can rust quite well

    Now that the MG Midget and the Austin-Healey Sprite are gaining ground in the classic world, it seems wise to point out to potential buyers that such a small thing can rust 'nicely'. Not surprising, of course, when you consider that the 'newest' Midget has now passed the thirties… See Read more

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    Original Sprite and Midget

    Original Sprite and Midget is considered a book in enthusiast circles as a book that should definitely not be missing in the bookcase. Author John Horler described the Austin-Healey Sprite and MG Midget with great knowledge, in great detail and in great detail Read more

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    MG Midget Rubber Bumper

    There is no arguing about taste, one enthusiast likes a so-called 'Chrome Bumper' old-timer MG Midget, the other a MG Midget 'Rubber Bumper'. The latter old-timer is by enthusiasts Read more