The home of unique MG personalised car prints set in a presentation mount direct from the artist Paul Bennett GMA.
Cecil Kimber was the manager of Morris Garages in Oxford back in the early 1920's and became increasingly frustrated selling the rather dull and slow Bullnose Morris cars. So he decided to build his own lower, lighter and more streamlined bodies to fit onto the Morris chassis as well as tuning the engine to go faster. The rest as they say.... is history, and MG (Morris Garages) went on to become possibly the most famous British sport-car brand of the 20th century. It is testament to the MG name that it should be given a new lease of life in the 21st century... and long may it's name survive!