Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to introduce the 1951 MG TD. In the world of sportscars no genre has the cult following quite like British roadsters and among this class the long line of MGs stands out the most. The classic body lines are draped handsomely in a classic soft yellow paint job. As you walk around the vehicle, you'll notice nice details like the prominent front grill and alloy wheels. This TD is powered by the 1,250 CC 4-cylinder engine that still retains the original brass MG number tag, verifying the block is matching, and is teamed with a 4-speed manual transmission. The cabin features a split bench seat trimmed in tan vinyl upholstery accompanied by color-coordinated dashboard, carpets with MG branded mats and door panels with map pockets. A banjo-style steering wheel fronts Jaeger instrumentation including a tachometer with an inset clock as well as a 100-mph speedometer, an amp meter, and a combination gauge for oil pressure and water temperature. The five-digit odometer shows 2k miles, although true mileage is unknown. One drive and you'll see why it's so easy to love an MG and why the market for these cars is on the way up.