The First MG PA Airline Coupe
by Graeme Cocks
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About the Book
small coupe ever built.” Rich Taylor, managing editor, Car and Driver magazine, 1973.
The first Airline Coupe body designed for an MG was placed on Chassis PA0286 (registration MG 3528) on 9th February 1934. MG retained the PA Airline Coupe as a demonstrator.
MG Airline Coupes were produced in very small numbers from 1934 to 1936 and less than half the total production survives today.
The design came from the drawing board of Henry William Allingham. An important, but now largely forgotten, name in the history of the British motor
Graeme Cocks is one of Australia's foremost motoring historians and the author of many books on motorsport and motoring history in Australia. His book, Red Dust Racers, on the almost forgotten Lake Perkolilli motor racing track in Western Australia was shortlisted at the Octane International Historic Motoring Awards for 2016, placing it as one of the top eight motoring books published that year. Another book., The Mighty MG Magnettes of 33, was honoured as Book of the Month in Classic & Sports Car Magazine and was shortlisted at the 2015 International Historic Motoring Awards. All his books are available at www.motoringpast.com.au.