Designed to support and inform owners and enthusiasts of the MG SVW series
Hello and welcome to the MG SVW cars site.
This is for the three types of car in this series. MG VA (1.5 litre), MG SA (2 litre) and MG WA (2.6 litre)
There are around 550 MG SVW series cars left around the world including, tourers, saloons, DHCs and specials.
The intention here is to provide an online environment for users to share and archive information as well as connect with other owners around the world - all without the need to set up your own website.
It's all free to use - just sign up and you have your own personal page
Remember, you can actively contribute to the content as a member by adding your own story, technical tips and hints, meeting write-ups with photos and videos as well as advertising wanted and for sale items (non-commercial only thanks)
Running the site
The company that hosts this site, Ning.com, now apply an annual charge for me to continue running this site. If you would like to donate to the continued running of this site, I would be most appreciative.
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Please click on the Donate button below or contact me direct if you prefer
However, if you choose not to contribute, membership will still continue to be free.
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My new project, a 1936 MG SA, has arrived home and now I have a huge number of questions.
My first aim is to make it safe. The car hasn't been on the road since 1971 and the brakes need a complete overhaul and a complete new wiring loom.
Does anybody live in the South-West? I live in Cornwall and would appreciate viewing an SA for comparision.
I have been looking at new tyres and wonder whether anyone has any…Continue
For the restoration of my SA Tickford I am looking for information about the woodwork at the lower rear of the body section below the boot. Attached phot shows the area I am talking about. I would like to see phots of a complete car if possible. Regards, Don
Posted by Donald Walker on June 10, 2017 at 8:22
I have been talking to a chap in PA USA, who is restoring a VA Tourer - it is a car on the survivors list !.
Is there anyone else in that part of the world with a VA Tourer he can look at for "getting it right" on his car ?.
I will encourage him to join our little group here.
Thanks in anticipation,
Please take a little time to add your SVW to the list via this form. You can check if your car details are correctly listed by checking the MG SVW Surviving Cars database - I will endeavour to update this on a regular basis, many thanks