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You can afford it while
you're still young enough to enjoy it.
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Having the want is one thing. Having the
wherewithal is another. The trouble with being
young is that all too often you have the one
without the other.
But the 1971 MG Midget is something else again.
Here is a true sports car for under $2500
the lowest price you can pay for the real thing.
In this case the real thing includes a race
winning 1275 c.c. engine. Racing-type rack-and-pinion
steering (2.33 turns lock to lock) for cool,
crisp driving. Heavy-duty suspension for
superb road-hugging. Disc brakes up front for
straighMine, non-fade stops. Twin reclining
bucket seats. And full sports car instrumentation
with an electric tach.
Which only goes to show that, even though MG
has been engineering sports cars for over 40
years, there's no generation gap. For the name
of your nearest Austin-MG dealer and
information about overseas delivery, dial
(800) 631-1971 except in New Jersey
where the number is (800) 962-2803.
Calls are toll-free, of course.
'Manufacturer's suggested retail price. Does not include transportation charges, dealer
preparation, state and local taxes, if any. British Leyland Motors Inc., Leonia, N.J. 07605.
THE DALY NEBRASKAN
THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1971
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