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MGA Trick Trailer

I’ve recently completed an MGA trailer. I have a heavily modified 1961 MGA and I found a ’61 MGA on eBay from a field in Ohio.

The MGA was past salvage. When we tried to load it on a trailer, it literally broke in half. The passenger section was removed, and the front clip and rear end were joined; this was mounted on a Drexal axle, and we used the original steel wheels from the custom.

Going down the road, it looks like an original MGA. The custom has suicide doors, 4.3L V6, T-5 transmission, Mustang II front end, etc.

By Jeb Blanchard

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