1960 MGA Twin-Cam Roadster YD2/2571 – sold for $236,500 One of Three 1960 MG Works Team Sebring Racers. Factory-Prepared Race Car with Original Vanden Plas Hardtop. Beautifully Preserved Original Car Presented in 1960 Sebring Livery. Complete with History File, Photos, Original Side Curtains, and More. One of The Most Impressive BMC Works Cars Ever Offered for Public Sale. Auction Source: The Pebble Beach Auctions 2015 by Gooding and Company
1959 MGA Twin Cam Roadster YD1/1580 – sold for €47,000 This car, chassis number ‘YD1/1580’, left the factory on 16th March 1959 for delivery to Leeds dealers Isaac Swires & Sons Ltd. Just over one month later the car was competing in the first of the two Tulip Rallies that it would contest in the hands of owner Harry Mainz, co-driven by R Vicat-Cole, a member of the famous artistic family. Although not a true ‘works’ entry, it was numbered in sequence with the factory cars, Auction Source: 2012 Goodwood Revival Sale by Bonhams
1958 MG A Twin-Cam YD31973 – sold for $50,000 Rare Twin Cam model. Just completed full nut and bolt body-off restoration. West coast rust free car. Red leather interior. All major chassis components powder coated. Powder coated knock-off wheels. Optional heater. Auction Source: 2012 Daytime Auction by Mecum
1959 MG A Twin Cam Roadster – sold for $58,000
A rare, rust free twin cam Roadster that just completed a full nut, bolt, and washer restoration. 4-Speed manual transmission. Originally owned from 1971 to 2004 by Lyle York, the founder of the Twin Cam Register. Original aluminum head twin overhead cam engine producing 107 HP. Factory installed 4-wheel disc brakes. Original Dunlop steel knock-off wheels. One of 2111 twin cams produced in 1959/60.
– Twin cams originally aimed at competition use rather than everyday road use Auction Source: 2011 Monterey Daytime Auction by Mecum