1967 MG 1100 4-Door

Lot: 609

Sold for (£): 3,520
Offered for sale is a 1.1L 1967 MG 1100 4 Door manual that has been with the current owner for the last year. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 80 / 135.

Classic Car Auctions says:

Described in its day as 'The most advanced MG of all time' ...

  • Re-painted in South Africa prior to UK import in 2017. 98k miles indicated (not warranted)
  • Brakes rebuilt including new hoses, pipes, rear cylinders, master cylinder and shoes
  • In need of some fettling /detailing. Spare Dashboard insert included
  • Some invoices from its time in South Africa, along with NOVA and V5 from the UK



Lot Details

Registration: LKE 362E RHD/LHD: Right Hand Drive
Year: 1967 Engine size: 1.1L
Make: MG Odometer reading (miles): 98000
Model: 1100 4 Door MOT expiry:
Warranted: No Chassis number: GAS3108177

Vendor Condition Report

Overall: 80 / 135


Bodywork: Glass:
Paint: Chrome:


Resprayed in South Africa. Old English White over Aquamarine. The door locks may need replacing.


Door-cards: Carpets:
Seating: Headlining:
Dashboard: Boot:


No tears in the seats or door cards. Laminate on wooden dash is peeling in places but a spare dash insert is included. The speedo and heater do not currently appear to be working.


Components: Starting:
Appearance: Running:


"starts and runs pretty well"


Gears: Drive-shaft:

Running Gear

Axles: Chassis:
Suspension: Bearings:
Brakes: Wheels/Tyres:


Brakes rebuilt to include new hoses, pipes, rear cylinders, master cylinder and shoes.


Minor: Major:

Vehicle History


Some invoices from its time in South Africa, along with NOVA and UK V5.

The MG version of the generic BMC ADO16, the Mk.1 was launched in 1962 with a spacious interior and hydrolastic suspension. The Mk1 was initially available only as a four-door with the two-door arriving in 1967. The 1100 was powered by a transversely mounted BMC 'A' Series engine of 1098cc and the MG version sported twin SUs and was faster, noisier, and altogether more desirable. They were usually finished in two-tone paint with MG grilles and badging and a Walnut facia.








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Poor Numerous faults / Extensive damage / Many missing parts / Project or donor car
Fair Basic condition / Requires attention mechanically & cosmetically / Some damage / Some missing parts
Good Every-day useable classic car / Driven & enjoyed / Commensurate with age & mileage / Drives and looks as it should / Some vehicle history
Very good Almost pristine / Mechanically & cosmetically sound / Driven only occasionally / Extensive vehicle history
Excellent Pristine / Original / Documented nut & bolt ground-up restoration / Stored professionally / Trailered only / Complete vehicle history