MG 1935

PA-type Midget (4 cyl, 847 cc, 36 bhp; wb: 7' 3 1/2'') – end of prod. in July 1396 two seat sports. 498 four-seat and 28 Airline Coupé were built.
PB-type Midget (4 cyl, 939 cc, 43 bhp; wb: 7' 3 1/2'') – new model in July.
N-type Magnette
  NA (6 cyl, 1271 cc, 56 bhp; wb: 8' 0'') – end of prod. in June. 176 two-seat, 234 four-seat, 16 Allingham, 1 Saloon and 6 Airline Coupé were built
  NB (6 cyl, 1271 cc, 56 bhp; wb: 8' 0'') – new model in June.
KN Magnette (wb: 9' 0'') – end of prod. in October. 201 Saloon/UM tourers were made. Total of 460 cars and chassis of K-type were built between July 1932 and Octoner 1935.
R-type (racing car) (4 cyl. 746 cc, 113 bhp; 7' 6 1/2'') produced between April and May. 10 were made 


MG PA

 

Tylko rok trwała produkcja modelu PA, ale powstało 1396 roadsterów, 498 tourerów, 28 Coupé i 57 podwozi. Następca, model PB ma większy silnik o mocy 43 KM.


P-Series was developed from the J-Series and have a sturdier chassis, better brakes, three-bearing crankshaft and other refinements. The PB-type Midget is available in Two-seater, Four-seater and Airline Coupé variants and have a 939-cc (60x83 mm) four-cylinder engine, developing 43 bhp at 5500 rpm. Its immediate predecessor, the 1934 PA Midget had a 36-bhp 847-cc (57x83 mm) engine. Both engines had overhead camshaft, twin SU carburettors and four-speed gearbox.

The PB have an increased displacement of 939 cc and a slatted radiator grille instead of plain as on the PA. Some 2500 of the P-Series were produced.
NA Magnette Four-seater is one of several models available in the six-cylinder N-Series. It have a 1286-cc OHC engine with twin SU carburettors, developing 56 bhp at 5500 rpm. and four-speed gearbox.

R Type is an another attempt to capture the glories of racing by the MG Car Company. The R type represents the further experimentation in redesigned chassis and suspension started in the Q type, this time in monoposto or single-seater configuration.

By the middle of 1935, the range was modified slightly with the introduction on the NB. All previous N types were henceforth known as NAs. The NB have exactly the same chassis and running gear as the NA except that the gearbox reverted to the old L type design with closer ratios on 1st and 2nd gears. The NB body now sports a scuttle reduced in height by three quarters of an inch and front-hinged doors with elegant curved door hinges. The other styling change to the NB is the substitution of the ‘lattice grill’ on the radiator, which had been a feature of most MGs up to this time, with a slatted radiator grill.


P-type Midget


MG PA

 


MG PB


MG PB

 


N-type Magnette


MG NA Magnette Airline Coupé

 


MG NA


KN-type Magnette


MG KN Magnette Pilllarless Saloon

 

 



K3 (1086 cc)        
PA (846 cc)        
PB (846 cc)        

Victories: 

 

Entries: 

 24h Le Mans 15.06.1935 Entrant: Results:
gen. class
#39 K3
Baumer / Ford H. Baumer ret. -
#40 K3 G.E.T. Eyston dns -
#41 K3 Hertzberger / Casas E. Hertzberger dnf -
#42 K3 Maillard-Brune / Druck 9th 1st - 751-1100
#55 PA
Evans / Skinner G.E.T. Eyston 25th 10th - 751-1100
#56 PA Richmond / Gordon-Simpson G.E.T. Eyston 24th 9th - 751-1100
#57 PA Allan / Eaton G.E.T. Eyston 26th 11th - 751-1100
#58 PB
Viale / Debille P.M. Brune ret. -

 


1st in 751-1100 cc class and 2nd in performance index at 24h Le Mans: #42 MG Magnette K3 1086 cc (Philippe Maillard-Brune / Charles Druck) (index 1.29000).


Magnette K3 1086 cc (Maurice Baumer / John Ludovic Ford) at Le Mans.


Le Mans.

 


Le Mans.


Le Mans.