1934 MG PA Midget

Ready and Waiting – Removing the Headlights on the 1934 MG PA Midget

Earlier, we should you the newly painted headlight covers for our director Gordon’s 1934 MG PA Midget. Well, in preparation for them our in-house restoration technician Paul has been carefully disassembling the headlights on this beautiful sports car.

With a vehicle such as the MG PA, a certain amount of restraint is needed when removing components from the car. Or, even something as simple as disconnecting a wire. That’s where our technicians shine, with a host of reference sources in our library and the wealth of knowledge contained within our workshop, any job can be tackled with the right approach.

Paul removed the headlight from its cover, making note of the placement of each wire and screw. Everything has been bagged and catalogued to be stored safely for its new covers to finally be cured and ready to be fitted to the MG PA.

Finer Details – Painting the Headlight Covers for the 1934 MG PA Midget

Chris has got the latest pieces for the 1935 MG PA Midget in the Bridge Classic Cars paint booth. These are the new headlight covers for the 1934 MG PA Midget!

The MG PA will be getting colour matched headlight covers that Chris has worked hard to try and colour match to the rest of the amazing early sports car. Chris prepped the pieces thoroughly to make sure that during the primer and colour coats it would lay evenly and match the finish of the existing paint on the car.

They look absolutely phenomenal. Once these have cured, they will be handed our to our in-house restoration technicians to begin fitting them to the car as they work their way through the list of things to do on this amazing car.

The Most Important of Details – Incredible Pieces for the 1934 MG PA Midget

Our director Gordon has been putting together a collection of memorabilia for his newly acquired for his 1934 MG PA Midget which is currently being worked on by the Bridge Classic Cars in-house restoration technicians.

Gordon has shared with us a couple of pieces he has got hold of for his PA. The first, an authentic period correct MG toolkit by Frank Taylor Ltd and featuring the classic MG logo on a beautiful handmade emblem. The box contains many of the handmade and precision tools needed to maintain one of these early MG’s. The next piece is a Daily Mirror newspaper dated from 1937 and features Fred Perry’s tennis world championship news along with several other stories but this is a genuine 1937 Newspaper to go along with the car.

There will be more news on the 1934 MG PA Midget very soon here on the Bridge Classic Cars news page.

Covered Up – Making the Battery Box Cover for the 1934 MG PA

Brian and Lydia, part of our incredible in-house Bridge Classic Cars trim team, have been working on covering and fixing down the battery box cover for the 1934 MG PA.

Brian and Lydia used the previous cover, to begin with, and have retrimmed it in a matching woven carpet. The piece itself was present with the car but Brian worked his magic to make it blend in seamlessly with the rest of the car. Whilst working on the back of the car, Lydia began work sizing up the new Tourneau cover for this classic early MG.

Keep an eye out here on the Bridge Classic Cars blog for more updates on the sensational 1934 MG PA.

This Just In – 1934 MG PA Midget

This is not an MG TD. In fact, it’s quite an early MG PA. This particular car belongs to one of our directors, Gordon, who has decided there are few jobs he would like doing on his new pride and joy.

The first stop will be into our in-house trim shop for a few bits and pieces that need sorting out and then it will be into the main workshop where our in-house restoration technicians will work on this wonderful 87-year-old Sports car.

Keep your eye out here on the Bridge Classic Cars blog for more updates on the MG PA.

New Arrival at The Hangar – The 1934 MG PA Midget

Our Director Gordon’s new 1934 MG PA Midget is now safe and sound in our classic and collectable vehicle storage facility known as The Hangar.

Since its arrival, the Bridge Classic Cars team have had a chance to pour over all the small details of this stunning early British sports car. Along with its arrival is the routine clean which all cars have before entering our storage facility by Viper Valet.

There are literally hundreds of amazing bits and pieces on this beautifully proportioned sports car. The large Jaeger clocks, the enormous steering wheels and the temperature gauge mounted on top of the radiator. There is just so many! So, have a look here through a gallery of this brilliant car.

Coming Soon – 1934 MG PA Midget

This incredible piece of British Sports car history will soon be on its way into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop in Pettistree, Suffolk.

This 1934 MG PA Midget has been acquired by our director Gordon and will be taken to our storage facility, The Hangar, where it will be fully detailed and put into storage until its time arrives to be bought over to the restoration workshop for a series of jobs that need doing.

Expect to see more on this wonderful little sports car here on the Bridge Classic Cars blog.