In beautiful running condition with noted early 50’s ownership and race history.
In 2010 MG collector and Abingdon Spares owner Robert Seymour found TC7032 in a cellar in Connecticut, where it had been sleeping for 52 years. Upon discovering that this TC was the car that author/publisher/engineer Karl Ludvisen had owned while at MIT and ran in early road races, Seymour decided to do a ground-up restoration. The car was returned to factory specs, but retaining a few Ludvigsen touches, such as the exhaust cut-out device and oversize spotlight. Paul Newman’s engine builder, Larry Leifert, rebuilt and balanced the motor employing some known upgrades such as a modernized rear-main seal. The current owner acquired the car from Seymour in 2013 and in addition to routine annual maintenance, added halogen lighting and fresh tires in 2018.