This 1959 MG A Twin-Cam is an extremely exciting car wearing a well documented frame-off restoration. It has taken many show Firsts and comes accompanied by documents, restoration photos, MG Club magazine articles, and awards. Orient Red with black leather and black top, this highly sought after Twin-Cam MGA is a fantastic car that's ready to drive and enjoy. It's in excellent condition overall with stunning paint, chrome, and interior. Mechanically the car is incredibly well-sorted and ready for immediate use. MG introduced the twin cam MGA in 1958. With 108 horsepower, this top-of-the-line offering was equipped with Dunlop center lock alloy wheels and 4-wheel Dunlop power disc brakes. Performance was increased dramatically with a top speed of 110 mph and many were raced at tracks around the world. This particular example was purchased in 1994 by Don Haynam, a well-known Indianapolis British car enthusiast. Don spent almost a year stripping his twin cam down to its bare chassis and then building it back up again, fully rebuilding the rare twin cam engine. Nut-and-bolt restoration in the 1990s by the late noted MG expert Don Haynam. Restored to a very high standard, the car is believed to retain its original engine and is finished in its original Orient Red over black interior. It is completely sorted and ready to drive. Production of this LHD Twin Cam was completed on March 31, 1959 in Orient Red over black. The paint shines nicely despite being almost 20 years old, evidence of a car that has been garaged and well-maintained. Much of the restoration work was completed by Nationwide Auto Restoration in Jeffersonville, Indiana, with most parts sourced from Moss Motors in California. The engine bay is tidy with correct dual SU carbs, red block finish and bare metal cam covers. Steering, suspension, and brakes operate well. Only 2,1111 Twin Cams were produced, and this one is a very correct example. Offered in superb condition throughout with 28,716 recorded miles.