1933 MG J2 …pictured here at Mountstewart, on the shores of Strangford lough , Co Down Northern Ireland. Taken a few years ago with a little Olympus CZ 220.
A road going two-seater. Early cars had cycle wings but these were replaced in 1933 by the full length type that was typical of all sports MGs until the 1950s TF. The top speed of a standard car was 65 mph (105 km/h), but a specially prepared one tested by The Autocar magazine reached 82 mph (132 km/h). The car cost £199.
An 847 cc straight four cylinder engine powered the 2083 cars produced.