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ADO34/50 to debut at NEC PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 11 August 2014 00:00

ADO34/50 to debut  at NEC A new sports car from MG might be some way off, but an enthusiast from Scotland is set to unveil a vision of how the Midget could have been developed in 1964 – and this exciting new car will be on show at the NEC Classic Motor Show in November.

Douglas Anderson is a motorsport enthusiast with a vision to build the Midget that MG could have done in 1964, but rather than simply dream, he is making it a reality! ‘The idea behind the ADO34/50 project,’ he explains, ‘is to design and build what could have been an economical replacement for the Midget in 1964. The project takes the Midget to the next level. There were plans to replace the Midget in 1964 with a car based on a Mini platform – in other words a front wheel drive car – known at the time as ADO34, but these plans were scrapped and the new Midget for 1964 never happened.’  

 
 

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