1954 MG TF. MG Red with Biscuit leather upholstery. The first post-war MG, the TC, bore great similarity to the pre-war TB and was superseded by the TD in 1950. Though visually similar to the earlier cars, it was built around the more modern chassis of the Y-Type Saloon, and it was around the uprated MKII TD that the TF of 1953 was based. Intended as an interim model pending the arrival of the upcoming MGA, its fared-in headlights and sloping radiator grille ensured more modern looks, and for the last year of manufacture the engine capacity was increased to 1,466cc. Just 3,400 of these so-called TF 1500s were ultimately produced. It was repatriated back to the UK in 2017. A back to chassis restoration has been carried out some years ago and the car is still in outstanding condition. The previous owner had been looking for the best example he could find and eventually settled on this car cherishing it in his ownership. The car drives and performs well, having always been garaged and comes with a fresh MoT upon sale even though the MG is exempt. This endearing little car would seem like a good way into MG ownership, being in ready-to-go condition with lots of enjoyable miles (and smiles) still on offer. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.