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Old 06-11-2001, 10:48 AM   #1
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stats?

Well, people, I'm to lazy right now, so could you get the stats for all of us??
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Old 11-26-2001, 07:08 PM   #2
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Ok there were four different models and two different bodyshells

The MGA 1500, 1600, 1600MKII and Twin Cam
Which were all available as a roadster or a FHC

They were made from Mid 1955 when they replaced the MGTF till mid 1962 when they were replaced by the MGB

They all used the BMC B-Series

1500: 1489cc 68bhp@5500rpm
1600: 1588cc 80bhp@5600rpm
MkII: 1622cc 93bhp@5500rpm
Twin Cam : 1588cc 108bhp@6700rpm

Production
1500: 58,750
1600: 31,501
MKII: 8,719
Twin Cam: 2,111

The 1500 had 4 wheel drums, the 1600 and MKII had front discs and the Twin Cam had 4 wheel discs. There was also a model called the De-Luxe that used up the Twin Cam chassis parts after the Twin Cam was discontinued including the 4 wheel discs but with a 1600 Motor.

All the OHV valve models had standard Bolt on disc wheels with option centre lock wire wheels. The Twin Cam had standard Centre Lock perforated disc wheels



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Old 11-28-2001, 03:16 PM   #3
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Thanks! Very useful (i didnt know if anyone would ever find this info, I posted it about 6 months ago!)
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Re: stats?

Hi enthusiasts... I'm all new to this!! I've got myself a beautiful '59 MGA, she's perfect... and in the West Australian climate, with the top down WOW.
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