I am looking for a bit of advice finding a new home for a classic MG that has been in a relatives garage for over 50 years.
The relative is recently deceased and I am trying to find the car a new home.
The car is a very rare 1937 SA Charlesworth . I don't think many of these were made before the outbreak of WW2.
It was bought on the 40's and used a daily runabout. I have pictures of it running. Unfortunately it was then garaged and has not been used or ran in 50 years. Its condition is now poor and in need of a full restoration. I have included a few pictures.
The car is still in the original garage in the north east of England. However the house is soon to be sold.
Not being a classic car man I have no idea how much it is worth. Any advise would be much appreciated.
- Car 1a.jpg (54.84 KiB) Viewed 2001 times
- log book2a.jpg (59.83 KiB) Viewed 2001 times
- running 1.jpg (34.94 KiB) Viewed 2001 times
This is certainly a nice little piece of history you have hidden away in your garage here. I can't offer much advice on this but I do hope you can find this motor a suitable new home and make someone else happy with it.
All the best,
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