1934 MG NA MAGNETTE ‘K3’ SPECIFICATION
British Racing Green with Brown trim
Built using a 1934 MG NA purchased from Peter Green for competition use
Equipped with K3 specification drive train – 1100cc 6-cylinder overhead camshaft engine, Volumex supercharger, 1 ¾ SU with very rare T3 bowl, Steel billet counter balanced Phoenix crank & forged con-rods, Cosworth Racing pistons, Bishop Cam work & peg steering, Scintilla magneto, Dynamo charging 12V battery, Water pump, Armstrong pre-select gearbox, High ratio 4.55 differential, Front 13″ drum hydraulic operated brakes, Rear 13” drum operated brakes including handbrake, Fly-off type handbrake lever, Front & rear semi-elliptic leaf springs, Hartford duplex friction dampers, Stronger N-Type half shafts & R/hubs, 18” wire spoked racing wheels with Rudge Whitworth hubs & Dunlop Racing tyres, Aluminium body Evans Bothers “Bellevue Garage” Racing N Magnette K3 style of which just 3 team cars were built in the 1930’s, Slab type long range fuel tank twin quick release racing filler caps, Headlamps with stone guards, Brooklands style competition exhaust system with a six branch manifold feeding an externally mounted silencer which leads to a fishtail tailpipe, Torpedo side lamps, Tail lamps, Stone guard protected radiator featuring a quick release competition filler cap, Tachometer, Oil pressure gauge, Oil and water thermometers, Ammeter, Supercharger boost gauge, Supercharger pressure gauge, Cylinder head pressure, Period bucket seats, Fire extinguisher
Complete with provenance file, Registered with MG 3179 registration number, Registered with the Triple M Register, VSCC competition papers, Last owner some 19 years and meticulously maintained to the highest of standards with specialists such as C.R.G Engineering, Tom Dark Engineering & Baynton Jones,
Currently lubricated with the wonderful heady perfume of Castrol R !
A prominent MG in Historic MG racing circles & VSCC events and eminently suitable for either the road or track – A potent pre war MG !