By: Richard L. Knudson .
MGs are usually thought of as open two-seaters; yet from the beginning in 1925, Cecil Kimber sought to provide cars that captured the essence of the MG's sports cars for all segments of the motoring public. To that end he produced sedans and coupes that combined brisk performance with outstanding handling.
In the mid-1930s the SA, VA and WA were presented to the public not only as sports cars, but also as elegant modes of transportation, and that's when Cecil coined the "Grace, Space, and Pace" slogan much before Jaguar used it.
Beginning with "Old Number One", factory publicity photos, drawings, great advertisements, and other contemporary photos feature these cars.