The illustrated story of how the classic MGs were built, and how the skilled and dedicated workers put them together before the advent of robot car production.
From MGA to MGF, here’s the illustrated story of how the classic MGs were built. Most of the pictures were taken at MG’s famous Abingdon factory, and show just how skilled and dedicated workers put MGs together before the advent of robot car production. More recent pictures include the MG RV8 and MGF.
Concise text describes production processes and model evolution. Coverage includes factory road testing and production figures.
Featured MGs include MGA, Magnette, Midget, MGB, MGC, MGB GT V8, MGF.
About the author
John Price Williams is a member of the Society of Automotive Historians in the US and the Guild of Motoring Writers in the UK. He writes extensively on classic cars in newspapers and magazines. His last book, Making MGs (Veloce 1995) tells the story of the Abingdon factory in the postwar years.
John lives in Eastbourne on the south coast of England.