MG Display Controversy
Classic Car Buyer|November 20, 2019
A classic vehicle insurer met with a mixed response at the Classic Motor Show when its display stand depicted a 1998 MGF apparently crushed by a WW2 Hellcat tank. But was this a sacrilegious act against a classic car, or an inspired promotional display?

For the full story, we spoke to the man behind the stand, Cherished Vehicle Insurance manager Peter Barrett. As well as running a Triumph 2.5PI as a daily and his family owning an MGTF 160, Peter completes agreed value assessments on an everyday basis and as such was well qualified to decide the MGF’s fate.

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