1953 MGTD, Purchased from the estate of a Navy chaplin who had owned > the car since the 1960’s. It was not in running order. Once up and > running the engine failed. An engine was purchased from a man who owns > 5 TD’s including one he purchased new. It was to be his spare engine > built up out of the best parts he could find. He realized that his > grandchildren had no interest in the cars so is selling off > everything. I have provided the build sheet on the engine.> Along with the new engine it received a new clutch, generator, tac > drive and cable, water pump and hoses. The speedometer and tachometer > were seized up, had them rebuilt including the clock which currently > is not wired in.> Brakes are all new with the exception of the drums and backing plate, > this included piping and hoses.> Rear end rebuilt and regard with MGA gearing in order to be freeway >capable. Seat upholstery was professionally replaced including foam and wood using leather. New carpet and canvas tonneau cover. New wood in floor behind the seat, the storage area for the top was the only rust in the car. Replaced with new unit from Moss Motors and powder coated black. Cover for under the dash is missing however the car comes with a new still in the box unit from Moss Motors as well as a yard of green material and carpet. The car has no top or side curtains and the transmission does make some noise in first gear as if it has a chipped tooth other wise all other gears are solid and it shifts solid. This is a great driving car. Very nice solid driving car.