1972 MG Midget III: MG Midget III is an automobile that has a 2 door convertible/cabriolet type body with a front mounted engine powering the rear wheels. Powering the MG Midget III is an overhead valve, 1.3 litre naturally aspirated 4 cylinder engine, with 2 valves per cylinder that produces power and torque figures of 65 bhp (66 PS/48 kW) at 6000 rpm and 98 N·m (72 lb·ft/10 kgm) at 3000 Body type: 2 seater convertible/cabriolet.
1974 MG Midget: The Midget is a rear wheel drive convertible/cabriolet car with a front located engine, manufactured by MG. The 4 cylinder, overhead valve naturally aspirated powerplant has 2 valves per cylinder and a capacity of 1.5 litres. This unit produces power and torque figures of 71 bhp (72 PS/53 kW) at 5000 rpm and 111 Nm (82 lbft/11.3 kgm) at 3000 rpm respectively.Body type: 2 seater convertible/cabriolet.
MG Midget racing coupes. MG racing driver and garage owner Dick Jacobs persuaded Abingdon to build a pair of special lightweight Midgets with a GT body shape inspired by the Aston Martin DB4. The roof used the front part of the standard Midget hardtop, while the rear portion and the windshield were custom.Body style: 2-door roadster.
All MG Midget Mk III versions offered for the year 1968 with complete specs, performance and technical data in the catalogue of cars base curb weight: 714 kg / 1574 lbs, gross weight GVWR: 950 kg / 2094 lbs / 23.3 mpg (U.S.) / 9.9 km/l, more data: 1968 MG Midget Mk III (man. 4) Specifications Review; For the table with this car full.
Library Article: An easy to read table of common MGB specifications for model years 1965-1970. at The MG ExperienceBody Number Location: Top left-hand side if the front bulkhead.