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1932 2-seater MG J2 Roadster Unearthed by Archaeologists

1932 2-seater MG J2 Roadster Unearthed by Archaeologists

We’re used to hearing about the much fabled barn find, where classic cars of rarity and value are discovered in barely used original form, merely covered in dust in an undisturbed barn, but a car excavated by an archaeology team is probably even more unlikely. Yet that’s exactly what happened to Wessex Archaeology who were in the process of examining a former World War II military site at Larkhill, Salisbury Plain (Wiltshire).

The archaeologists discovered the skeleton of what was once an MG Roadster buried underground.

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