1968 MG MidgetReview
Mg Midget - Fun Little Driver — Love/hate relationship with my first car. It was a fun car to own ~ and work on! Cheap, everything was 'rebuilt', never 'replaced'. Car was 90% J.C. Whitney by the time I sold it after college. This car was my first convertible and started the long love affair with 'ragtops'!
Pros: Inexpensive to own and operate, fun to drive,
Cons: British Leyland quality - always working on.
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Dangerous But Fun. It's Best For An Experienced Driver.
It was cheap and always runs and fun to drive. As long as the motor and transmission are good all the rest is cheap and easy to find parts. The carburetor is funky and could cost you if you need to ge... Read More
I Absolutely Love Mine!
It's fun, especially topless, excellent tool for sunburns, and also fantastic for dates. Also gets terrific acceleration for a 1500 4-cylinder, but also gets better performance with after-market perfo... Read More
cracking little motor, starts everytime, runs niceley and turns heads in summer! Really good looking both inside and out with leather interior and wooden steering wheel. great handelling and comfy / c... Read More
Best Convertible Invented
Get's great gas mileage for a carburated 4 cylinder and has a very comfortable interior. Performance wise it is slow but a cruiser that does not go faster than 60 with out feeling like it will blow up... Read More
Good Little Hobby Car
This four-speed convertible makes for a great ride on sunny days. It has a brand new black top, new seat covers, new tires, new carburator, new automatic choke, new water pump and a new master brake c... Read More
Below Average For Overall Assessment Of This Vehicle.
This was a good project car for my spare time and fun to drive around town with the top down. I bought it from a guy that had it sitting uncovered in the desert sun for 5 plus years. only paid $500 f... Read More
A True Classic
I love that people young and old admired the car. Teens who aren't familiar would walk up and ask me about the car. Nostalgic baby boomers would reminisce about their college days driving these vehicl... Read More
5. I bought this in 1979. A 1975 MG Midget, red, 4 cyl, 4-speed manual. I bought in the summer of 1979, but I had to sell it after a couple of months because the insurance was too high. Read More
Mg Midget Mk Iii
Easy to work on, tuneable, sporty, rather small. Much quicker off the line and round corners than an MGB. Read More