1954 MG TF underwent a refurbishment in 1995 that involved rebuilding the 1,250cc inline-four along with stripping and refinishing the body in its original color of red. Features include a four-speed manual transmission, beige leather upholstery, 15″ wire-spoke wheels, a black soft top, a fold-down windshield, chrome bumpers with over riders, dual side mirrors, rear-hinged doors, a rear-mounted spare a luggage rack, protected by a cover, newer dual SU carburetors, Jaeger instrumentation. This TF is now offered by the seller with service records, a workshop manual, and a clean South Carolina title.
The car was refinished in its current shade of red by The English Connection in Schuylkill, PA. The frame-off restoration took 8 years. Complete documentation with written comments and pictures is included. Exterior details include a Black soft top, a fold-down windshield, chrome bumpers with overriders, bright trim, TF-1500 badging, dual side mirrors, side louvers, running boards, rear-hinged doors, and a luggage rack. The paint on the left rear fender has minor paint issues.
Chrome-finished 15″ wire-spoke wheels feature two-eared knock-off spinners and are wrapped in Firestone wide white-wall tires. A matching full-size spare is affixed to the rear of the car and is protected by a full vinyl cover. Stopping power is provided by four-wheel drum brakes.
The seating surfaces are upholstered in soft red leather that extends to the dashboard pad, parking brake boot, rear storage compartment, and door panels. MG-branded floor mats line the footwells, and additional interior details include storage compartment, a dash-mounted rearview mirror, a passenger grab-bar, door map pockets and an aftermarket Moss Motors cabin heater. The speedometer was sent our for calibration in 2023 and the clock was repaired at that time
An original three spoke steering wheel fronts centrally-mounted Jaeger instrumentation consisting of a 105-mph speedometer with an inset clock, a tachometer.