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Reviving a famous name not seen since before the War, MG introduced the Midget in as its entry-level sports car and the model proved incredibly durable, selling well over two decades alongside the bigger MGB. The original Mark I was essentially a badge-engineered version of the Austin-Healey Sprite, albeit with some unique styling touches and an A-series cc engine under the bonnet later enlarged to cc. The Mark II arrived in , with a host of minor improvements, and this in turn became the Mark III in , now with the cc engine motor like that used in the Mini Cooper 'S', albeit de-tuned to 72 bhp via a reduced compression ratio of 8. Nonetheless, the Midget was a spritely performer, with a top speed in excess of 90 mph.
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