Although not the very first cars produced by Morris Garages (MG), the MG T-Series set themselves apart, with an outstanding radiator flanked by sweeping fenders and shimmering efficiency. The cars included an ash-wood body covered in steel, bolted to the chassis and had leaf-spring suspension. In this readable and informative book, the author follows the development of the numerous MG T-Series models, including the prewar Midgets and the MG TC, TD and TF. The book covers the technical advancements such as the introduction of synchromesh tailoring and hydraulic brakes as well as brand-new engines. Due to the post-war popularity of the cars in the United States after American GIs delivered examples back from Britain, modifications were made for US editions. Soon celebs such as Clark Gable were driving them. The author also describes the contending interests within the BMC group as other cars such as the Accomplishment TR2 and Austin Healey 100 were also developed. As this book reveals, however, whatever the competition, the MG T-Series were constantly a class apart.