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It would be fair to say that the Magnette ZA created quite a stir at the 1953 Motor Show. The name may have been borrowed from a pre-war racer, but it was the first MG with monocoque bodywork and the first to use the British Motor Corporation’s 1.5-litre ‘B-series’ unit.
‘I’ve always liked the ‘30s and ‘40s look of British cars - the sound, the leather, the body lines - but had only owned ‘70s Triumph Dolomites! Approaching retirement from Sussex Police, I started to look for the next Classic’.
Lancaster Insurance has enjoyed nearly three decades of working with classic car clubs and arranging insurance for club members.
We share a strong affinity with car clubs and truly appreciate the enthusiasm they generate for all makes and models of classic cars.
Car clubs bring together people from all walks of life to share a common passion for classic cars.