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  • Model Year Part Time
  • ZS 110 PLUS 2006 WINDSCREEN 01:07
  • B ROADSTER N/A TOWBAR 15:18
  • MIDGET 1500 1977 GEARBOX (MANUAL) 02:39
  • MIDGET 1500 1977 GEARBOX (MANUAL) 02:34
  • TF 135 2004 EXHAUST BACK BOX 17:52
  • TF 135 2004 EXHAUST BACK BOX 17:34
  • TF 115 2002 BRAKE CALIPER 13:35
  • TF 115 2002 WING (DRIVER SIDE) 12:27
  • NIL 2013 EXHAUST (COMPLETE) 10:44
  • ZR 160 2003 GEARBOX AUTO CVT 10:32
  • 6 TSE GT DTI 2014 TOWBAR 08:47
  • ZS 110 2004 BONNET 11:47
  • ZT 190 PLUS 2003 GEAR SELECTOR CABLES 13:40
  • TF COOL BLUE 2003 WHEEL HUB 12:00
  • TF COOL BLUE 2003 WING (DRIVER SIDE) 18:05
  • ZR 105 2006 EXHAUST FRONT SECTION 20:57

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The MG Car Company predominantly manufactured British sports cars. They are probably best known for their two seater open top sports cars.

MG stands for Morris Garages and was a dealer of Morris cars in Oxford; Cecil Kimber who was an employee of William Morris became the designer although he had originally joined the company in 1921 as its sales manager. He became general manager in 1922 and retained this position for nineteen years. The MG business was William Morris's personal business until 1935; he then sold MG to Morris Motors Limited.

The first cars that MG produced were in essence rebodied Morris models and were built in Alfred Lane, Oxford. However the premises they were using were extremely small, and so therefore they had to move to larger premises in Bainton Road during September 1925, this was in the Morris radiator works. However due to greater expansion and productivity they again had to move in 1927 to a factory in Edmund Road, Crowley, Oxford.

It wasn't until 1928 when the company had become large enough that they could create their own name and separate from the original Morris Garages and become M.G. Car Company Limited.

MG was sadly sold in 1935 to Morris Motors and was absorbed into The British Motor Corporation Limited in 1952 to merge Morris Motors Limited and The Austin Motor Company Limited, BMC also took over Jaguar Cars in September 1966 and that same year BMC changed its name to British Motor Holdings who then joined with joined with Leyland Motor Corporation in 1968 and formed British Leyland Motor Corporation.

The British Leyland factory situated in Abingdon was forced to shut down on in 1980 due to cutbacks and the last car built there was the MGB. However all was not lost and the Austin Rover Group was revived in 1982 with new and exciting versions of their saloon and hatchback models. MG Metro continued until 1990.

2000 saw BMW sell the business to the MG Rover Group in Longbridge, Birmingham and continued to make MG sports cars alongside the MG TF road Cr, although they went into receivership in 2005 and stopped making cars in 2007.

In 2005 the Nanjing Automobile Group purchased the MG brand and assets of the MG Rover Group for £53 million and created a new company calling it MG Motor. They launched a new model in 2011, the MG 6 in GT which was a hatchback and a saloon car, Magnette. These two cars became the first new generation of MG cars available in the UK since the MG TF. The MG range is still available and is now sold in China, Colombia, Chile and the United Kingdom.

Our breakers have quoted on 109 MG parts in the last 30 days. Popular requests during that time have been for replacement bonnets, alloy wheel (single front), headlight / headlamp (driver side), brake caliper (front driver side) and gearbox (manual). Quotes have ranged from £15.99 for a MG ZR 105 Plus starter motor to £125.00 for a MG TF 115 brake caliper. There are currently 102101 MGs left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for MG in 2017 were bumper (front), engine (petrol complete), engine (petrol bare), gearbox (manual) and seat (front driver side) s.

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