Classic Car Catalogue

MG 1936

PB-type Midget – discontinued in February
N-type Magnette – discontinued
TA Midget – new model
VA – new model 
SA – new model

Great Britain

PB-type Midget (4 cyl, 939 cc, 43 bhp; wb: 7' 3 1/2'') – discontinued in February. Total of 2499 of P-type were produced from 1934 to 1936. PB: 408 two-seat, 99 four-seat and 14 Airline Coupé.
N-type Magnette – discontinued. Total of 738 cars and chassis of N-type were built
 NB (6 cyl, 1271 cc, 56 bhp; wb: 8' 0'') discontinued in April. 98 two-seat, 148 four-seat were made
SA to następca 18/80. Powstał w zasadzie na bazie Wolseleya. Na tej samej płycie podłogowej z rozstawem osi 312 cm opracowano blisko 5-metrowej długości auto 4-, jak i 2-drzwiowe. Choć nazwano je SA 2-Litre, pod maską pracuje silnik R6 o pojemności 2,3 litra i mocy 70-80 KM.
Latem zakończono produkcję modelu PB. Powstało 408 roadsterów, 99 tourerów i 14 Airline Coupé.
In 1936, after William Morris sold MG to Morris Motors, the design team at Abingdon was disbanded and all subsequent MG products are now designed at Cowley, the Morris main works.
MG T-Series Midget TA was introduced in 1936 and developed from the 1935 PB-type. Compared with the PB it was larger and had a 10 HP 1292-cc (63-5 x 102 mm) OHV four-cylinder engine, developing 50 bhp at 4000 rpm.
MG SA-Series Two-Litre is available with Saloon, Tourer and Convertible bodywork or as a bare chassis at Ł250. The six-cylinder OHV engine is of 2288-cc capacity (69 x 102 mm), developing 78-5 bhp at 4200 rpm. Chassis have a long wheelbase (10 ft 3 in) and 5.50-18 tyres on centre-lock wire wheels.

PB Midget



MG PB Midget


MG PB Airline Coupé

TA Midget




SA Two-Litre




VA 1½-Litre






  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
11-12.07.1936 24h Spa 1 1 0 Hertzberger / Debille Magnette K3 dnf
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
25.01-02.02.1936 Rallye Monte Carlo 2 2 1 79 847 cc Oosten 52nd (->1.5 9th)