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He moved into design and then into full production of cars of his design.
By 1924, the cars were simply called MGs, and are still today after a whole series of owners.
The windscreen is hinged, so it can lay out flat over the hood. Produced from 1949 to 1953, so this one is right in the middle.
Running MGB disk brakes, competition suspension and sway bars, B head and autocross cam. Loud as heck, but no room under the wooden floorboards to put a muffler. First 'modern' car after all those years of the 'T' models. This was obviously designed in an era before the 'fast back' look became popular.
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His jersey, bearing the uniform number "", is displayed in the St. He was also the only one." He was a professional performer, belonging to the American Guild of Variety Artists (AGVA).
After the war, Gaedel was hired in 1946 by Mercury Records as a mascot to portray the "Mercury Man." He sported a winged hat similar to the record label's logo, to promote Mercury recordings.
The stunt was also billed as a Falstaff Brewery promotion.The early cars were called Midgets up through the TD.Then came the MGA in 1955, the Midget MK I in 1961 and the MGB in 1962. British Leyland took over ownership in the 1970s and then went out of business in 1980.Bored out 1500 cc in-line 4 with an MGB head and twin SU carbs. Basically the same 1500 cc four in the roadster, but this has stock heads and all that.Feels the same as the roadster, but a bit claustrobic as it closely surrounds you. This early B has the nice thin chrome bumpers and a grille. The Mark 4 had the 1275 cc four, a nice upgrade from the earlier 1098 cc engines of the 1960s.