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, recreations 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)
The company which runs this site, Ning charge me an annual fee. If you feel that you would like to make a contribution to the running of this site, please feel free to donate any amount you see appropriate. Every little helps
Bob Simpson gave me the heads up on a very rare SVW car going to auction tomorrow 24th June. Its a Charlesworth for full restoration at £4-8000k which is cheap. I've only seen one for sale and it was at £68k and there are only 2 in the UK of 5 known worldwide.
Check it out at Bicester Classic sale
Sold for £19,040 and with around £50k pro restoration will be £70k to break even. The new owner will have a wonderful car to use and show, great to see another on the road
Posted by Mike Temple on June 23, 2018 at 6:00
I am looking for a good, usable MG VA saloon or Tickford coupe. Ideally, the car should have some originality and history, especially its original registration number and logbook, be roadworthy and capable of being driven home. However, I am flexible, and will consider a car needing some work.
I am prepared to pay a fair price for the right car and have cash ready.
I am an experienced classic car enthusiast, and a member of both the MGCC and MGOCC. My cars are cherished, kept…Continue
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
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