MG Y-type

The MG Y-Type was a small saloon and limited production open four-seat tourer built by the MG Car Company between 1947 and 1953.

When production ceased in 1953 8,336 “Y” Types had been produced, the breakdown being: 6,131 “YA”s, 904 “YT” Tourers and 1,301 “YB”s.

Read more about MG Y-type:  Development and Launch, Body and Chassis, Engine, Interior, Performance and Contemporary Impressions, The YT Tourer, The YB, Production Numbers

Other articles related to "mg":

MG Y-type - Production Numbers
... The original production records of the MG Y Type were lost or destroyed when the MG Works at Abingdon closed in 1981 ... of 8,336 Y chassis produced of which 7,035 were MG YA or MG YT (the exact mix was not known) and 1,301 were MG YB ... The original evidence pointed to the split of MG YA to MG YT was 6,158 to 877 ...