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MG SA Tickford Drophead Coupe, built 1938, chassis no. 2674, engine no. 3147. Body dark blue/grey, grey interior. Total rebuild in the 1980s over a 10 year period, with new Tickford body, new hood, new interior, supplied by the SVW Services in Hull. New engine, every part of this beautiful carriage built to the highest standards. Very low mileage. Price: EUR 105.000, Country: Germany, Contact: Kurt Schütz: email@example.com
TYPE: VA SALOON PROJECT PRICE: £4,500 COUNTRY: UK CONTACT:  Ronnie on 07526 720291
I have for sale a 1940 MG VA saloon, registration number SY7088 on a V5.
The chassis number is VA2650 and engine number TPBG2910 which is it’s original engine.
I am informed by Gary Perry that this is the latest known car to the register (the final car being VA2657).
SY7088 is a grey saloon registered on 19-7-40, it may have been used for Government work given its battleship grey colour.
This will make a great car but I have too many other MG projects.
If not sold I will consider breaking the car for spares.
Price is £4500 ono. Contact Ronnie on 07526 720291 (Cornwall)
WANTED, VA Saloon or Tickford.
I am looking for a good, usable MG VA saloon or Tickford coupe. The car must be currently roadworthy, but I do not mind if some work is needed, provided that it is reflected in the price.
I am prepared to pay a fair price for the right car.Ideally, the car should have some originality and history, especially its original registration number and log book, but I am prepared to be flexible for a good car.
I am an experienced classic car enthusiast, and a member of both the MGCC and the MGOCC. I currently own a 1952 MG YB, which I intend to sell if I find a VA, so a part exchange is a possibility.
Please contact Michael Long by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07717 765001. I live on the Isle of Wight.
Wanted, MG SA Saloon in good order. Some work acceptable.
Private enthusiast wanting a garage mate for his VA Tourer.
CONTACT: Derek Martlew. Phone +44(0)7801 537596 or email email@example.com
I am looking for an MG SA in good/useable condition.
CONTACT: Jan Halliwell Phone 02392 341461 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for a MG VA Saloon or Tourer in good condition. I am a member of the MGCC in Germany.
CONTACT: Manfred Noll-Baues at email@example.com
I am looking to purchase a UK based MG SA Saloon, preferably in good condition but will consider other options.
CONTACT: Peter Gibson tel: 0115 9312492 or 07970 285 668 and at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanted MG VA Tourer by MG Car Club Member-must be in good solid condition, possible part exchange with UK 1954 MG TF 1250
CONTACT: Peter Allman tel: 07866674755
I have been a Car Club Member for over 25 years and own at present MGB & MGA. I am looking for a VA Tourer that was being used and has been stood up for whatever reason. I am quite happy to take on a car which needs light restoration or recomissioning. I doubt that I have the skills or the time to take on a full restoration.
CONTACT: Andrew at email@example.com
I am interested in buying a VA chassis, with or without running gear. I am in the Victorian MG Car Club, Australia.
CONTACT: John at firstname.lastname@example.org
VA saloon tourer or drophead wanted, any condition but prefer good original or restored. Good price offered, cash waiting.
CONTACT: 01204 413693
SA saloon, preferably in A1 condition.
CONTACT: Andrew Collins, Tel 01580 754401 email@example.com
WA Tickford or VA Tourer wanted to add to the MGA and MGTF. The car must be in A1 condition with history
Or would look at car that needs some TLC and tidying.
CONTACT: David Hunter on 01865 245511 (office) or 01235 835092 (home) or 07876 594244 (mobile). firstname.lastname@example.org
VA Tickford or Tourer wanted - The car must be in A1 condition with good history.
CONTACT: Peter Dunn 01273 501163 or mobile 07875 113908.
TYPE: SA SALOON COUNTRY: UK
1936 MG SA
4 Door 2 Litre Sport Saloon
Registered 15th May 1936: Chassis Number SA444: Engine number QPHG 605
Car is in excellent condition, starts first time and drives well. Benefits from one of a few very early 4 speed long alloy covered gearboxes with crash 1st and 2nd gears. It was completely rebuilt in 2009, Has 60 PSI oil pressure and uses no oil. Also, had new radiator in 2015 and was converted to a single 12v battery.
TYPE: VA SALOON COUNTRY: Australia
I have for sale my MG VA Saloon that I have owned for over 25 years.
It is in original condition, only missing two emblems (bumper rear and spare wheel emblems). Comes with new tacho reduction gear.
The car requires a full restoration and has rust around the rear wheel arches plus some minor body damage. For more information and photos contact me as above.
TYPE: VA TOURER COUNTRY: UK
This MG VA was originally exported to Canada directly from the factory in 1938 and spent the next 65 years in North America, gradually progressing down the Eastern Seaboard to Florida, from which she was purchased and re-imported to South Wales by the previous owner in 2003, intended to be used as part of his classic wedding car fleet. Following a change of his plans, I bought her from this gentleman later that year.
The VA has been in my ownership now for 15 enjoyable years. When it arrived, it clearly needed full restoration, which I managed over the next few years. She is finished in attractive dark blue with professionally-trimmed blue leather interior and correct full weather equipment in “as new” condition. All the instruments work correctly in the lovely dashboard and the chrome is in good condition.
Receipts for thousands of pounds of work and parts during and after the restoration; this car has been garaged and fully maintained during my ownership. A lovely open 4-seater car which exudes elegance and character, eligible for VSCC and pre-war events and rallies.
The car runs extremely well and is very reliable with a strong engine, gearbox and drive train. The fitment of hardened valve seats allow her to run happily on modern unleaded fuel and she has good oil pressure.
TYPE: SA TICKFORD COUNTRY: UK
1936 MG SA Tickford for sale. Ground up restoration completed 6 years ago. Jaguar dark blue/County cream exterior, dark blue leather interior and mohair hood. The car is currently fitted with County cream Ace wheel discs which are easily removed.
The car currently is running with an MGC 3 litre engine and gearbox which allows the car to travel stress free and easily at 70mph.
The MGC engine and SA engine are both 6 cylinder and virtually the same dimensions and interchangeable. The car comes complete with fully reconditioned original engine and gearbox, numbers matching. The SA ash frame was made by Ashframes International in the UK. The body was panelled in steel with aluminium doors and boot in NZ. Interior leatherwork and hood, painting and assembly all carried out in NZ.
TYPE: VA SALOON COUNTRY: Northern Ireland
Many more photos are available by contacting the owner.
This is a MG VA Saloon, first registered in April 1939, and has been in our family for about 45 years.
Originally black (according to the log book) it is now Red/Black, although, as can be seen in the photos, the red is peeling.
The car is in good original condition and is all there, although it hasn't moved under it's own steam for quite some years. There are 79238 miles showing on the odometer.
The engine turns over very freely with the starting handle so is not seized and we have rolled the car out of the garage so the brakes aren't seized.
Chassis Number VA/2024; Engine Number TPBG 2283
The car will require some restoration but is all complete and original apart from the paintwork. An old Logbook is available and a V5 Registration Document has been applied for.
TYPE: SA SALOON COUNTRY: UK
Magnificent six cylinder 1936 MG SA Saloon.
This rare and beautiful example is a multi-concours prize winner of many events as recently as July 2016.
Photographic records of complete professional rebuild. Stored in heated, dehumidified garage.
TYPE: MG SA-DHC Tickford (1937) COUNTRY: GERMANY   CONTACT:WOLF phone 0049 170 9155 888 or FAX 0049 611 959 0991
MG SA DHC-Tickford (1937)
Two-tone blue, New York Motor Show 1937. Blue leather seats, blue hood, full and a half tonneau.
Very low mileage! Chassis-up-rebuild by leading SVW specialist. Jackall system, never corroded,
New radiator (2016), rubber hoses and thermostat-housing (2016) with a lot of recomissioning work.
One of the nicest, well designed big MG’s with history and in best condition.
TYPE: VA Tickford 1938 COUNTRY: France
Finished in Old English White, fully running and driving with British log book and plates. Owned for 15 years.
Pick up only from Honfleur 27860, France
Extremely elegant in two tone blue, this car was one of the last SA's built. Full body off restoration. Rebuilt original engine and transmission. New ash frame and leather interior. The car competed in the 1952 Daily Express National Motor Rally and as can be seen still retains its original UK registration. A copy of the original rally program will be supplied with the car. A great opportunity to acquire a fine example in first rate condition. TYPE: SA Tickford 1937
COUNTRY: South Africa
Chassis No. 1504.
The car is 2 toned midnight blue and silver with a navy blue leather interior imported from Bridge of Weir, Fine Scottish Leather, a navy blue mohair hood and charcoal carpets.
Car comes with a lot of history and all restoration information, instruction manuals and service manuals. TYPE: VA Saloon 1939
MG VA Saloon. Chassis No. VA2497 in Saxe Blue supplied by University Motors Ltd in July 1939 with its original MG registration.
Just two previous owners before my father and a super history file including original bill of sale, MG Car Company Guarantee signed by Cecil Kimber, Buff Log Book, July 1939 edition of The Sports Car - The MG Owners Magazine.
Original Interior, wooden body and panelling.
Paintwork refreshed in the 1980's.
Engine Number TPBG2864 installed in 1949 and reconditioned in 1990.
Many happy miles including trips all round Europe.
MG VA SALOON FOR SALE,
1937 two tone green, a good looking car which drives nicely, the
transmission is very smooth with a good gear change, the engine starts
easily and runs clear of any smoke.Tyres and brakes are all good and
suspension is in good order. Although the body is good the interior
needs either a lot of reconditioning to the brown leather or
replacement, not a difficult job but due to arthritus I am not able to
do. It has been at a motor museum most of the year but must now be moved,
competitively priced to reflect the work needed. £12,995
TYPE: VA Tourer for Restoration
MG VA Tourer Chassis No VA2453 for total restoration. Completely dismantled and with original engine plus two additional (Wolseley) engines. Seems to be complete except for rear seat and seat pan.
Can be viewed near Chichester.
Extremely elegant in two tone blue, this car was one of the last SA's built.
Full body off restoration. Rebuilt original engine and transmission. New ash frame and leather interior.
The car competed in the 1952 Daily Express National Motor Rally and as can be seen still retains its original UK registration.
A copy of the original rally program will be supplied with the car.
A great opportunity to acquire a fine example in first rate condition.
TYPE: SA Tickford 1937 COUNTRY: South Africa
Engine OPHG1780. Chassis No. 1504. The car is 2 toned midnight blue and silver with a navy blue leather interior imported from Bridge of Weir, Fine Scottish Leather, a navy blue mohair hood and charcoal carpets. Car comes with a lot of history and all restoration information, instruction manuals and service manuals.
TYPE: VA Saloon 1939 COUNTRY: UK
MG VA Saloon. Chassis No. VA2497 in Saxe Blue supplied by University Motors Ltd in July 1939 with its original MG registration. Just two previous owners before my father and a super history file including original bill of sale, MG Car Company Guarantee signed by Cecil Kimber, Buff Log Book, July 1939 edition of The Sports Car - The MG Owners Magazine. Original Interior, wooden body and panelling. Paintwork refreshed in the 1980's. Engine Number TPBG2864 installed in 1949 and reconditioned in 1990. Many happy miles including trips all round Europe.
MG VA SALOON FOR SALE, 1937 two tone green, a good looking car which drives nicely, the transmission is very smooth with a good gear change, the engine starts easily and runs clear of any smoke.Tyres and brakes are all good and suspension is in good order. Although the body is good the interior needs either a lot of reconditioning to the brown leather or replacement, not a difficult job but due to arthritus I am not able to do. It has been at a motor museum most of the year but must now be moved, competitively priced to reflect the work needed. £12,995
TYPE: VA Tourer for Restoration < COUNTRY: UK
MG VA Tourer Chassis No VA2453 for total restoration. Completely dismantled and with original engine plus two additional (Wolseley) engines. Seems to be complete except for rear seat and seat pan. Can be viewed near Chichester.
MG VA Saloon 1939
Two-tone chocolate brown & cream, drives well & ready for touring. Work since 2002, inc full engine rebuild, steering & brakes overhauled, new wires & splines, suspension, brown leather interior & carpets. Much by the SVW team. Sadly licence withdrawn due to failing sight.
TYPE: SA Saloon 1936 COUNTRY: Czech Republic
We have to sell the MG SA, which we bought years ago in Holland, but came from GB. The condition is completely functional and fully mobile. It has a nice patina. Excellent interior and very nice wood.
TYPE: SA Saloon 1936 COUNTRY: UK
This car is the property of the late president of the SVW Register, David Washbourne. It was involved in an accident in 2012 and was badly damaged. David had arranged for the car to be repaired and restored, and this work had been partially completed when he died in October 2013. The chassis, suspension and mechanicals have been fully repaired and the car is running. The car is complete. Offers are invited in the region of £20,000.
TYPE: VA Tickford 1939 COUNTRY: UK
Registration - FLJ 518 Chassis No - VA 2401 S Engine No - TPBG 2631 The car was last on the road in 1965. It was first registered on 24/02/1940 and was originally painted grey with red trim. The car has recently been discovered in Honiton, Devon in a dismantled state. It has been loosely reassembled and is virtually complete apart from brake shoes and drums. The car has a V5 and now requires full restoration. It will be sold by auction at Castle Combe, Wiltshire on Saturday 19th October and carries an estimate of £8500-£9500.
TYPE: VA Tourer 1937
VA Tourer registered 27-8-1937, Chassis VA 0672, Body Type B272, Number 189/6175 I inherited the car from my father in 1997, who bought it in 1968, he had been restoring it. Due to lack of time & space I've decided to sell the car, Unfortunately when my mother passed away the paperwork went missing so I only have a new V5. I Know that the engine was totally rebuilt & if memory is correct also the clutch & gearbox, the carb's were sent away to a specialist, my father had started sorting the brake seals and hoses but not completed that. Some restoration work has been carried out on the body also.
TYPE: VA Tickford 1939
LOVELY RESTORED SALMONS AND SONS BODIED CAR IN SAME LA JOLLA OWNERSHIP FOR PAST 45 YEARS. RECENT ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION REBUILD, RUNS STRONG ON LONG TRIPS. DUO DARK GREEN WITH CONNELLY HIDES AND WILTON CARPET. MANY AWARDS SINCE RESTORATION COMPLETED IN 1979.
TYPE: SA Saloon 1938
Nut and bolt restoration completed 2011 & needless to say at a huge cost and is in fabulous condition. It attained 2nd in class in the Concourse Silverstone MG Live 2011 Also Best pre 1955 Saloon Silverstone MG Live 2011 It is two tone green and has biscuit leather interior with some history.
TYPE: SA Saloon 1938 COUNTRY: Belgium
An original export car with KM-odometer and flat headlight lenses with double beam. Chassis number is 2418. Fully restored starting from galvanized chassis. Now 35.000 km done and just had the head reconditioned with new rocker shaft,bushes etc.New double bearing water pump. Engine has compression ratio of 8.5/1 giving better petrol consumption. Original leather with tear in bottom back seat.
TYPE: VA Tourer 1937 COUNTRY: UK
First registered in October 1937 to a Murray Chandler in Krugersdorp SA. It was taken off the road in the mid 1950s when the head gasket failed. It thereafter had little or no use until Mr Chandler died in 1990. The next owner was Roger Pearce, who set about a total "nut and bolt" rebuild. After nearly completing the car he sold it to a Ted Young, who finished the restoration. The car was completed in the mid 1990s and has enjoyed limited use, and careful ownership ever since. The car is in superb condition throughout. It is suggested that only around 147 of these beautiful tourer exist worldwide. Now with UK registration and waiting for a new life.
TYPE: SA Saloon 1938 PRICE: £45,000 COUNTRY: UK
The car is in excellent condition. A superb body, chassis, electrical and trim restoration with great attention to detail was performed by Chisbon Restorations in the late 1990s. The car has won several awards at car club shows and rallies. Light use only since restoration and storage in heated garages. A full engine rebuild was carried out in 2009 by MG specialist Halls Garage. The car has done less that 2000 miles since and is running beautifully. See the actual car on the cover and inside Anders Clausager’s definitive book on the MG Saloons. This is a great opportunity to acquire one of the best UK based SAs ready for use in MG Car Club or VSCC events.
TYPE: VA Saloon 1939 + 2 spare engines
The car has been stored in a dry garage for more than 30 years and hasn't moved in the last 20, but is complete. Children and renovating an old house came before the vehicle!. I have the original log book and workshop manual.
TYPE: SA Saloon 1937 COUNTRY: UK,Kent
A beautiful and elegant MG that has had a professional body and engine rebuild. This car has a 2.3 litre straight six engine that will happily travel at 70 mph on the road. In excellent condition and having only completed 8,000 miles since the restoration.
TYPE: 1937 SA Saloon COUNTRY: UK, Kent
Virtually complete. Body irons replaced. New ash frame. Running boards, wings and bonnet are with car but not shown in pictures.
TYPE: VA Tickford 1938 COUNTRY: UK
Tempus fugit forces sale! Professionally maintained to a high standard by MG specialist. Interior totally refurbished throughout. Body off restoration in the 80's. Good History. stunning looks. Many awards. Sold with 12 months MOT. E-mail for further photos.
TYPE: 1937 VA Tourer
It comes with a well documented history having been featured extensively in the MGCC over the years and is well known within the SVW Register. It was sympathetically restored in the early 1970s. It has red paintwork and a red leather interior, and good chrome.