Historically High End Klunker for Just $30k

Classic Cars

This MG Twin Cam is promising that its engine actually won't catch fire and all for the bargain price of $30,000.

Since 1958 The MG Twin Cam has had its share of rough patches mainly from being saddled with an engine that could suffer from detonating. The damage was so damning for the Twin Cam that it barely lived long enough to see its second birthday as production ceased in 1960 with little over 2,000 models making it to the road. Thankfully today Twin Cams are more reliable then they ever were back in the day. This 1959 model for sale in Vancouver, with 33k miles, has a main selling point that the engine will actually work.

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