MG EX135, 1938. A land speed record car that was fitted with a variety of engines from 2 cylinder 500cc to a 1.5 litre motor that broke multiple speed records. It became the first car with an 1100cc engine to reach 200mph. In 1951 at Bonneville Salt Flats, driven by A.T. Goldie Gardner the supercharged MG achieved 6 international and 10 American records in the 1,100cc to 1,500cc engine class. In 1952 Gardner returned to Bonneville and set 21 speed records in the same engine class as the previous year.

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