MG 1932

M-type Midget (4 cyl, 847 cc, 27 hp; wb: 6' 6'') – end of prod.. 3235 cars and chassis were made between April 1929 and June 1932. ‘Fabric’ two-seat. ‘Fabric’ Coupé, ‘Metal’ two-seat, ‘Metal’ Coupé, 12/12 Replica.
C-type Midget (4cyl, 746 cc, 37-44 bhp or 45-52.5 bhp with supercharger; wb: 6'9'') – end of prod.. 44 were built between May 1931 and June 1932.
D-type Midget – end of prod. in May. - 250 were built. Open four-seat (208), Closed four-seat (37), Chassis only (5).
F-type Magna – end of prod.. 1250 cars and chassis were produced between October 1931 and December 1932.
  F1 (F) (6 cyl, 1271 cc, 37 bhp; 7' 10'') – end of prod. in July. 565 open four-seat, 370 Salonette were built.
  F2 (6 cyl, 1271 cc, 37 bhp; 7' 10'') built form August till October. 40 open two-seat were made.
  F3 (6 cyl, 1271 cc, 37 bhp; 7' 10'') built from September till December. 67 four-seat and 20 Salonette were produced.
J-type Midget – new model
  J1 - July (4 cyl, 847 cc, 36 bhp; wb: 7' 2'')
  J2 - July (4 cyl, 847 cc, 36 bhp; wb: 7' 2'')
  J3 - November (4 cyl, 746 cc, 70 bhp; wb: 7' 2'')
K-type Magnette – new model
  K1 (wb: 9' 0'') – July
  K3 (wb: 7' 10'') – October
18/80 Mark II 

MG cars of various types in dealer's showroom. In background, left to right: 18/80 Mark II Speed Model (£630), Two-seater (£625), and Saloon (£670). In the centre is an 8/33 Midget M-type Panelled Two-seater (£185), behind a Midget C-type Montlhery. The latter is a competition model, developed from the M-type. It has a two-seater racing body with cowled radiator and is priced at £490 (with supercharger £575).

Typ M to najliczniej produkowany MG. Od jesieni 1928 roku powstały 6202 roadstery, 530 Coupé i 82 podwozia. J 1 o większej mocy, z czterobiegową skrzynią przekładniową i rozstawem osi zwiększonym z 1982 do 2181 milimetrów, powstawał od lata tego roku, jako następca typu M, ale zbudowano tylko 379 egzemplarzy tourerów i Salonette. J 2 ma te same parametry, ale dostępny jest tylko jako roadster lub podwozie do zabudowy.

D-type was a less-than-successful attempt at commercializing the C-type. Due to longer wheelbase and more coachwork, the D lacked the performance of its predecessor.

The J-type cars were introduced to replace the M, C and D types utilising one basic chassis design. The two-seat car, J2, has simple bodywork with rear hinged, sharply cut-away doors, two scuttle humps housing an engine turned aluminium dashboard with plain instrumentation. At the rear there is a 12 gallon petrol tank. With its cycle wings, and absence of running boards, the J2 looks every bit a sports car. The four-seat version, J1, has the same body as the D type but with a much more powerful engine and four-speed gearbox, giving the car a completely different character. J-type 4 cylinder 847 cc engine delivers a 78 MPH top speed. J3 – a supercharged version of the J2 with a 750 cc displacement is designed for street and occasional trials work.

A two-seat version of Magna – F2 is very similar to the newly introduced J2, but with 12" brakes and the six-cylinder engine. The four-seat version, also with 12" brakes is designated the F3.

Three different engines can be fitted to K-type. KA (6 cyl, 1086 cc, 39 bhp) is fitted to the new ‘pillarless’ saloons on a long wheelbase chassis, while the KB (6 cyl, 1086 cc, 41 bhp) is fitted to four-seat tourers with the same long wheelbase and to the two-seat sports cars, built on a short wheel base version. The long wheelbase cars, both tourers and saloons, are designated as K1 while the short wheelbase version are K2. A third version is also produced on the short wheel base chassis and this is known as the K3 with another engine variant also known as K3 (6 cyl, 1086 cc, 120 bhp).


M-type Midget

M Midget








F-type Magna


F-type Magna

F2 Magna


Trzecie miejsce (Hall) w Tourist Trophy (GB).



 24h Le Mans 18.06.1932 Entrant: Results:
gen. class
#32 (746 cc) Samuelson / Black ret. -
# (746 cc) Chetwynd dns -




Le Mans.