Sprites and Midgets
|INSIDE:||126 colour photos 62 b&w photos 16 line drawings|
Beginning with the much-loved Frogeye Sprite in the 1950s, and ending with the closure of the MG factory and the end of Midget production in 1979, the Spridget has been one of Britains favourite cars. Designed to fill an obvious gap in the market for an affordable sports car, the Sprite and Midget have not lost their attraction for the sporting motorist on a budget.
This is the complete history of the Austin-Healey Sprite and the MG Midget, from a renowned marque expert. Lavishly illustrated in colour and black & white, this will appeal to Healey and MG fans everywhere.