Zeer zeldzame MGA Twin Cam van 1959 in perfecte gerestaureerde staat in de kleur zonnebloemgeel met donkergroen lederen interieur, donkergroene softtop, donkergroene tonneau en donkergroene tapijtset.
Deze Twin Cam is standaard voorzien van schijfremmen rondom en een 100 Pk sterke Low compressie motor. Voorzien van een 5 versnellingsbak.
Voorzien van de originele Dunlop stalen race wielen (5 stuks).
Wat een genot om in te rijden, supersnel voor de jaren 50.
Algemene MGA Twin Cam informatie.
A high-performance MGA Twin-Cam model was added to the production for 1958. It used a high-compression (9.9:1 later 8.3:1) DOHC aluminium cylinder head version of the B-Series engine producing 108 hp (81 kW; 109 PS). Due to detonation problems, a 100 bhp (75 kW; 101 PS) low-compression version was introduced later. Four-wheel disc brakes by Dumlop were fitted, along with Dunlop peg drive knock-off steel wheels similar to wheels used on racing Jaguars, unique to the Twin-Cam and “DeLuxe” MGA 1600 and 1600 MkII roadsters. These wheels and chassis upgrades were used on a small number of the “DeLuxe” models built after Twin-Cam production came to a halt. Aside from the wheels, the only outside identifier was a “Twin-Cam” logo near the vent aside the bonnet. A careful look at the rear wheel vents would also reveal another feature unique to Twin-Cam and DeLuxe: those 4 wheel Dunlop disc brakes mentioned above.
The temperamental engine was notorious for warranty problems during the course of production, and sales dropped quickly. The engine suffered from detonation and burnt oil. Most of the problems with the Twin Cam Engine were rectified with the low-compression version, but by then the damage had been done. Many restored Twin-Cams are running more reliably today than they ever did during production. The Twin-Cam was dropped in 1960 after 2,111 had been produced. Production ended in April 1960