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59mgaguy John Terschak
Wakeman, OH, USA   USA
1930 Ford Model A "Jenny"
1959 MG 14/28 "Jessie"
1974 MG MGB "Oooops"
2017 SAIC DESIGN International Challenge winners!
The 2025-MGA is a remodel of the much loved MGA roadster, apparently showcasing the beauty of modern technology in car design whilst honouring the historical heritage at the heart of the MG brand.

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JohnTyg John Tygart
Syracuse, USA   USA
1959 MG MGA
I don't see any oil leaks under the car?

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Rotaglide Gold Member Eric Z
Kressbronn, BW, Germany   DEU
1960 MG MGA 1600 "Zoey"
It looks nice, but I find this one to be the more successful interpretation of an MGA, even if it is not an MG.

Still nice to see that MG as a brand is not dead. Maybe they manage to put another great roadster on the wheels.



Genomic Location for MGA Gene:

Chromosome:15
Start:41,621,224 bp from pter
End:41,773,081 bp from pter
Size:151,858 bases
Orientation: Plus strand

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Gary E Silver Member Gary Edwards
Kernersville, ,N.C., USA   USA
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Grubeguy Gold Member Grube Guy
Washington, DC, USA   USA
In reply to # 3660556 by 59mgaguy 2017 SAIC DESIGN International Challenge winners!
The 2025-MGA is a remodel of the much loved MGA roadster, apparently showcasing the beauty of modern technology in car design whilst honouring the historical heritage at the heart of the MG brand.

Wow, I'd give Barney's left leg for a full scale, running version of that. It's gorgeous

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Zur Dave H.
Amarillo, TX, USA   USA
I'd give Barney's right leg for this one!
We can call him Shorty.





Dave
"WTF?"

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Redhawk1689 Gold Member Steven Stockham
Salina, KS, USA   USA
1958 MG MGA 1500 "Belle"
Hey, at least somebody is thinking MG Sports Car! This was a design concept competition. Don't be surprised if elements from this design eventually make it into (finally) a new MG sports car (and preferably roadster too!)

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Grubeguy Gold Member Grube Guy
Washington, DC, USA   USA
In reply to # 3660609 by Redhawk1689 Hey, at least somebody is thinking MG Sports Car! This was a design concept competition. Don't be surprised if elements from this design eventually make it into (finally) a new MG sports car (and preferably roadster too!)

As long as it's not another rebadged Miata, I'm good with it!

And if Barney's missing both legs, shouldn't we rename him "Matt? "

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Aridgerunner Silver Member Bill Bussler
Montoursville, PA, USA   USA
1956 MG MGA 1500 "The A"
1959 Triumph TR3A "The Mistress"
Will the new MG be made in China?

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wyatt Silver Member Wyatt W
penguin point, drift ice, Antarctica   ATA
...just goes to show nuttin new under the sun, a 56 maser AG6, that the Italians haven't already done...


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wyatt Silver Member Wyatt W
penguin point, drift ice, Antarctica   ATA
1956 convertible.. A6G


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Zur Dave H.
Amarillo, TX, USA   USA
Beauty...love those raucous pipes!
What engine type?



Dave
"WTF?"

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JohnTyg John Tygart
Syracuse, USA   USA
1959 MG MGA
Wyatt,

Now thats a car!!

I find these older classic designs appealling in a way that the modern interpretations almost never are. They just cry out "drive me" and show a "form follows function" that you rarely see now. Or maybe I just don't like the ultra low profile tires on the modern stuff that remind me of Hot Wheels toys.

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oleanderjoe Gold Member Joseph Baba
Fresno, CA, USA   USA
Throw him in the lake and call him BOB. Hung on the wall he would be ART, if he fell in a hole we could call him PHIL
Any body ???


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Steve S Avatar
Abingdon West, So Cal, USA   USA
That front end looks like a lot of things, but I just don't see the MGA in it. The side is more Healey or Corvette. The front is a bit 60's Testarossa with the extended fish mouth grill. If they pulled the grill back behind the headlamps it would have helped IMHO. And it would have reduced the massive amount of car forward of the front wheels. Not that it's bad looking the way it is or anything...

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