13134 Salem Alliance Rd Salem, OH 44460 888-545-2512
Internet Price: $48,500

1933 MG Roadster

  • Cream
  • Leather
  • RWD
  • Manual
  • J2508
  • 847cc
  • 3,277
  • 1006P

JK's Galleria Of Vintage, Classic And Pristine Cars

John Kufleitner's Galleria of Vintage, Classic, & Pristine Cars

13134 Salem Alliance Rd

Salem, OH 44460


The MG J2 is a road-going two-seater produced from 1932-1934. Early models had cycle wing fenders until they were replaced in late 1933 by the full-length fender type typical of all sports MGs until the 1950s TF. The top speed of a standard car was 65 mph (105 km/h), but one tested by The Autocar magazine reached 82 mph (132 km/h). The car cost £199

36 bhp, 847 cc overhead-camshaft inline four-cylinder engine with dual SU carburetors, four-speed manual transmission, front and rear suspension with half-elliptic springs and Hartford friction shock absorbers and rigid axles, and four-wheel cable-operated drum brakes. Wheelbase: 86 in

The J2, introduced in 1933, was the most prolific of the MG J-Type models. It featured a folding windscreen, fixed mudguards, and cutaway doors, and its sporting nature was perfectly displayed in its equally sporting bodywork. The J-Type’s styling came to define early MGs, as it transcended both pre- and post-war manufacture, and it characterized the best aspects of British sports cars by combining a small but powerful engine, wonderful handling, and lightweight bodywork with a strong chassis.

  • Frame Off Restoration
  • 1 of Only 2083 Made
  • 847cc Straight-4 (36hp)
  • Overhead Camshaft, Crossflow Engine
  • length 128 in (3,251 mm) and width 51.5 (1,308 mm)
  • wheelbase of 86 in (2,184 mm) and a track of 42 in (1,067 mm)
  • weight 1,100 lbs 

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1933 MG Roadster

3,277 miles, RWD, 4 Cyl 847cc

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