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Reconditioning Mg Engines History
1921 : 33 year-old Cecil Kimber (1888-1945) attached to Morris Garages (whence "MG") with a grand interest in body styling, coach building and sports cars.
1924 : The first MG car was made, a sporting four-seater tourer on a modified Morris Oxford chassis. The factory telephone number - Abingdon 251 - offered the starting point for most MG's chassis VINs (Vehicle Identification Numbers).
1925 : The initial purpose-built MG sports car was built -The 1.5 litre 'Old No. 1'. Prepared for the Land's End Trial where it succeeds a gold medal, it carries on to this day.
1926 : The "Bullnose" Morris changed by "Flatnose" -- with a conventional radiator.
1927 : A privately entered MG 14/40 won a 100 km race at San Martin, Argentina.
1928 : MG Car Company was formally created. MG 18/80 with a six-cylinder 2.5-litre ohc engine. Also the first MG Midget (M-type) 847cc ohc.
1929 : March, creation of the Midget. After several moves due to increasing demand, creation finally settled at Abingdon-on-Thames, MG's home until 1980.
1930 : The MG Car Company Limited was formally incorporated. The 750cc EX120 set a world record of over 100mph, at Mother.
1931 : Supercharged racing C type, and F variety Magna had a 1.3-litre 6-cyl Engine.
1932 : New J-type Midget, 2- and 4-seat editions.
1933 : Supercharged 1100cc six cylinders K3 MG Magnette succeeded its class at the Mille Miglia, making MG the first non-Italian marque ever to come first in the team prize. A K3 driven by Tazio Nuvolari succeeded the Ulster TT. A C-type Midget was class winner and 6th overall at Le Mans.
1935 : A K3 succeeded the 1100cc class at Le Mans and the EX 135, or Magic Magnette, was driven at over 200mph by Goldie Gardner and later broke many more land speed records. SA model 2-litre (later 2.3) 6-cyl sports saloon.
1936 : TA, 1.3-litre.
1938 : WA model, 2.6-litre.
1939-45 : Car creation was stop for the company to concentrate on munitions making during World War 2.
1947 : Y-type saloon, 1250cc engine. Duke of Edinburgh bought a TC Midget in August.
1948 : An MG T-series came3rd in the second Watkins Glen GP.
1952 : Nuffield and Austin combined to form BMC. MG had a latest in-house family rival: Austin-Healey.
1953 : TF improved TD. New Magnette saloon, 1.5-litre BMC B-series engine is launched.
1955 : The MGA, designed by Syd Enever, was produced - the first MG sports car with all enveloping bodywork - and contributed at Le Mans the similar year.
1956 : The 100,000th MG launched was a left hand drive MGA 1500.
1957 : The EX181 get a record 245.64mph for the 1500cc class with Stirling Moss at the wheel.
1959 : New MG Magnette saloon a BMC was produced.
1960 : A special Twin Cam Car comes first in the 2-litre class at Le Mans.
1961 : The new MG Midget was launched, bringing low cost motoring back to the MG enthusiast.
1962 : The 1800cc MGB changed with the MGA and was destined to be the mainstay of MG construction for the next 20 years.
1963 : The 500,000th MG was formed.
1964 : 1300cc class successful in the six-hour Touring Car Race at Brands Hatch.
1965 : The MGB GT was attached and dubbed as "the poor man's Aston Martin".
1966 : MGB came first in the Marathon de la Route 84-hour race, Nurburgring.
1967 : MGB was produced with a 6-cyl engine.
1968 : BMC and Leyland combined to form BLMC, soon after to become BL. MG became factor of a specialist car division, along with Jaguar, Daimler, Rover and Triumph.
1969 : HRH Prince Charles received delivery of an MGC GT (SGY 766F), which he approved down to Prince William 30 years later.
1973 : The Rover V8 was situated into the MGB GT to form the MGB GT V8 (73-76).
1974 : Impact resistant rubber bumpers built-in to meet US legislation.
1975 : The 1,000,000th MG was making in October - a unique left hand drive MGB roadster completed in Brooklands Green, with Jubilee GT livery and wheels.
1979 : Ending of the MG Midget.
1980 : Ending of the MGB.
1982 : MG name apply on a "sporty" edition of the Metro and soon after on the Maestro etc.
1983 : A 200bhp MG Metro Turbo driven by Tony Pond obtained three class pole positions; one class came first in the four greatest laps in the Trimoco Saloon Car Championship.
1984 : The MG 6R4, mid-mounted V6, 4WD, swept all before it until the competition rules were changed to exclude it.
1987 : David Gillanders came first the UK National Rally Championship and Will Gollup succeeded the Lydden Winter Rallycross Championship and obtained the European Rallycross title.
1992 : MG RV8 was launched as a step towards MG's rebirth as a sports car manufacturer. Fitted with a 3.9-litre V8 engine, just 2000 were made until 1995.
1995 : The appearance of the MGF in 1995 heralded a new start. With its classic mid-engine/ rear-wheel design, world-class engines and good looks, the MGF was the MG for the '90s and the next millennium.
1997 : MGF produced in Australia.
2000 : Following its sale by BMW, the company came back to British ownership on 9 May with shares held by MG Rover Group employees and its franchised dealers.
2001 : The MG ZR, ZS and ZT were produced and creating a completely new market for MG. Racing programmes were stated for the British Touring Car Championship, World Rally Championship and Le Mans. Qvale Automotive was purchased to give the basis of a "super car".
2002 : MG ZT sedan and ZT-T sports wagon launched in Australia. The MGF was revised to become the MG TF.
2004 : MG celebrates in 80th anniversary.
2005 : MG-Rover went into receivership in April.
2007 : First MG formed in Nanjing in March and MG TF creation planned to recommence at the Longbridge factory in May.
2008 : Production of 500 MG TF LE500 started at Longbridge, UK in August.
2009 : A UK Government inquiry produced the "Phoenix 4" bosses in a bad light over MG-Rover's 2005 disintegrate in September 11.
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