MGA Hill Climbing

Shown above is a nice MGA cresting a hill and beating hell for leather down it. The Hill Climb is a peculiarly European phenomenon, where sports cars went up and down hills as a major part of their route in their quest to complete a course with the best time and without faults. It was sort of like a rally but with hills. The MGA was a major step up in the world at Abingdon-on-Thames with a 1.5 liter engine instead of the diminutive Midget mill of 1.2 liters. It got even better later on with a 1.6 liter and twin cam versions for road races. This one here is sporting the 1.6 liter job. Back then, the sporting man with money could choose either the MGA or Austin-Healey Mk1… read more >

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