What is a 1961 MGA worth?

What is a 1961 MGA worth?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles Median Sale
Coupe $17,000
Roadster $25,025

What is the difference between an MGA and an MGB?

Although it’s shorter than the MGA, the MGB has a roomier cockpit, with the clever design allowing for larger and more comfortable seats. The driving position is low and close to the road, with long footwells. The soft-top is a bit fiddly, but it folds into an area behind the seats and can be covered by a tonneau.

How much does it cost to restore an MGA?

Cost Range

While these ballparks add up to a range of $6000-21500, we can say that most of the sheetmetal restorations we perform cost between $9000-15000. When we are finished with the sheetmetal restoration, the car will be in bare metal, requiring final bodywork and paint.

What does MGA car stand for?

Morris Garages
Heacock Classic Insurance. 1950s. MG is a British marque that produced sports cars beginning in 1924. MG stands for “Morris Garages,” a dealer of Morris cars which began producing it’s own customized versions, specializing in two-seat open sports cars.

What years did they make the MGA?

The MGA is a sports car that was produced by MG from 1955 until 1962. The MGA replaced the MG TF 1500 Midget and represented a complete styling break from MG’s earlier sports cars.

What engine is in an MGA?

Mark II and Mark II De-Luxe

MG MGA 1600 Mark II
Production 1960–1962
Engine 1,622 cc (1.6 l) I4

What does the B stand for in MGB?

MGB. Main Ground Bus. MGB. Morris Garage Model B (vehicle)

What is a MGA Twin Cam worth?

Pricing Of The MGA Twin Cam
As of the time of production in the late 1980s, the price of the Twin Cam was about $4,000, but over the years, prices have increased due to its rarity caused by limited production and also the state of the economy. Presently, roadsters are sold for between $50,000 and $64,000.

Did the MGA have disc brakes?

The MGA Twin Cam was fitted with the Dunlop Centre Lock Disc Wheels and had Girling disc brakes at the front and rear giving it much improved high speed braking.

When was the last mga built?

1961: The 1600 MkII arrives, offered as a roadster or coupe in standard or De Luxe specifications. 1962: The final MGA is built.

What engine did a MGA have?


MG MGA Twin Cam
Production 1958–1960
Engine 1,588 cc (1.6 L) B-Series DOHC I4

What is the best year for an MGB?

A brief review of the MGB’s history provides an easy answer to what is considered the “best” MGB to buy: The cars from model years 1966 and 1967 get that accolade. They still carried the classic body style, highlighted by shiny bumpers and a pretty grille.

How many MGBs are left?

The MG MGB was first introduced on the market in 1963 by the British Motor Corporation and ceased production in 1980, although a limited re-release was issued between 1992 and 1995. By the end of 2018, the number of registered MGB models had net declined to 21,236 units.

What is the value of a 1960 MG?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles Median Sale
Coupe $26,290
Roadster $26,500

How fast was the MGA Twin Cam?

113 mph
The production MGA Twin Cam could reach 113 mph, while the zero-to-60 time had been chopped to 9.1 seconds. The car also received disc brakes all around along with knock-off wheels.

Are MGBs a good investment?

These cars are an incredibly good investment
If you look at all the MG MGBs on sale, you will easily notice the trend that the value of these cars has been growing steadily over the last ten years. As these cars gradually become rarer on the market (especially limited edition cars), their price goes up.

Will MGB go up in value?

Values are still rising, albeit slowly, making the MGB a tempting alternative to a savings account and an empty driveway. Buy now, and your B should be ready to enjoy for the the return of good weather.