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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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Is this what you think it is? It is if you said 1968 Austin-Healey Sprite Mk IV. It’s not if you said MG Midget. The cars were similar, and obviously badge-engineered and built by the same manufacturer. But they weren’t the same car. Well, for the most part they were, but there were differences. The Mk. IV Sprite was built from 1966-71 (sold in the U.S. only until 1969), and differed from the Midget in badging and trim. This black number was spotted a while back in Tonawanda.

Jim Corbran • You Auto Know • jim@artvoice.com