Tom Lange Collection

Arnolt Soundings, January, 1953. V.8, no. 1. Off-print with Arnolt-MG announcement.

Auto Speed and Sport, Nov., 1952. “Fresh on the Floor,” p. 7. Announcing and illustrating the two prototypes.

L’auto-journal, 29 January, 1970. “Bertone, le carrossier de l’Europe,” pp. 16-22. Arnolt on p. 18.

Autonmobiel Klassik, May, 1991. “Wacky, de redder van Bertone; de auto’s van Stanley Harold Arnolt,” pp. 60-66.

The Automobile, January, 2015. Arnolt, pp. [30]-34.

Automobile Quarterly, V:4, 1967. “What happened to American sports cars?” by Don Vorderman. pp. 400-420; Arnolt-MG on pp. 404-5.

Automobile Quarterly, XV:4, 1977. “Wacky Stanley Harold Arnolt II and his cars,” by Rich Taylor. pp. 409-427.

AutoRetro, Sept. 2014. “MG Arnolt Convertible, 1953. Triple nationalité”, pp. 60-65. (Black roadster, French? Plates CB-613-NB. Grey upholstery, MGB motor and trans, Eaton MB45 blower, wires, hanging pedals.) Restored

AutoWeek, 23 October, 2005. Arnolt, p. 24 (Kiner car, now Elwood)

Cars, November, 1953. “Tail fins will be worn,” Bertone at 1953 Turin Auto Show, with production Arnolts in background, pp. 36-7.

Classic and sportscar, August, 1992. “MG Magnate”, John Shute Arnolts, pp. 128-30.

Classic and sportscar, March, 2010. Arnolt, pp. 114-119.

Classic Cars, May, 1997. “Giuseppe “Nuccio” Bertone, 1914-1997, pp. 122-125.

Classic Cars, June, 2009. “Last throw of the dice,” pp. 90-94. (OSL 895)

Classic Motorsports, May, 2012. “World traveler – the Arnolt MG”, pp. 57-65. Arnolt coupe 299

Clausager, Anders Detleff. Factory Original MG-T Series. Arnolt, pp. 142-145. Much information from Terry Sanders.

Enjoying MG, January, 1988 “The Italian job”, p. 32-35.  Arnolt 296.

Enjoying MG, May, 1999. Arnolt, pp. 35-7.

Esquire, June, 1954. “10 Cars [chosen] by Raymond Loewy”, pp. 76-7. Arnolt, p. 77.

Gingrich, Arnold. Toys of a lifetime. Arnolt, pp. 108-9.

Knowles, David. MG – The Untold Story. Arnolt, p. 58.

MG Enthusiast, October, 1994. Arnolt pp. 48-51.

MG Enthusiast, March, 1999. Arnolt, pp. 54-61.

MG Enthusiast, May, 2008. Arnolt, pp. 28-33.

Motor Klassik, April, 1994. A conversation with Nuccio Bertone by Mike Riedner und Ulrich Bethscheider-Kieser. Has the Gorgonzola story…

Old Car, I:1, November, 1988. “Back to the roots – Arnolt-MG”, shows a 2-tone light blue over dark blue RHD(?) coupe, needing restoration, in the UK from Florida, Borrani.

Motorsport, April, 1953. Arnolt, cover and p. 8.

Museum of Modern Art catalog, 1953.

New England MG T Register. Sacred Octagon, April, 2019. “Cover photo, and “Greenwich Concours d’Elegance, 2019” (Arnolt was featured marque), pp. 20-23

OldTimer Praxis, December, 2015. Designer Stu/ck, pp. 82-86. Arnolt coupe 229 (T. Fischer)

Retro iseur, December, 2006. “Arnolt-MG et Arnolt-Bristol; celles qui ont sauve Bertone…” pp. 37-41. Black convertible with Paris plates, supercharged MGB engine, Borrani.,.

Road & Track, December, 1952. “Arnolt Car”, p. 20.

Special Interest Autos, December, 1992. “Nuccio, Wacky, and Me” by Griffith Borgeson, pp. 30-32, 61.

Sports Car International, January, 1995. “Wacky incarnate,” excellent article by by John Matras, pp. 64-73.

Supercar & Classics, March, 1991. “Wacky’s Racers,” pp. 66-71. Arnolt-MG mention on p. 66.

Wheelock, John. Sports car album. 1953. Shows wooden Bertone construction bucks, and various prototype pictures incl. cover, p. 8, 37, 134-7.

Vintage Motorsports, Nov/Dec, 2017. “Road Stir Cinderella TD, A scullery maid masquerading as a princess,” pp. 76-81. Arnolt roadster 271, Marv Primack.

Terry Sanders Collection

Articles About the Arnolt MG

1. “Elegance at Turin”, AutoCar (GB) Oct. 5, 1951

2. “Arnolt Makes a Family Sports Car”, Motorsport (US) April 1953
     (Has prototype convertible in color on front cover) (Jarl)

3. “When Bertone met Abingdon”, MG Enthusiast, October 1994

4. “Arnolt MG”, Competition Shop?, by Jarl de Boer 1985

5. “Arnolt MG TD by Bertone”, Enjoying MG, date unknown

6. “ARNOLT” by Jarl de Boer, NEMGTR, TSO June 1986

7. “British Marque Club News” (in the Berkshires of New England),
    March 1997, Article by Paul Allen

8. “The Italian Job”, Enjoying MG, date unknown. Article about
    Canadian Jack Wiley’s coupe

9. “The Arnolt Family Sports Cars” by K. MacGowan, Safety Fast August 1988

10. “Arnolt Car” Road & Track December 1952

11. “Carrozeria Bertone” Road & Track June 1965.
      (Picture of prototype coupe at Turin) (Jarl)

12. “Wacky for MGs” British Car, June/July 1998, article by Paul Bates, photos of
      Terry’s Arnolt coupe

13. “Arnolt MG here in UK”, page 55 May 1996 Thoroughbred & Classic magazine

14. “Arnolt MG Coupe” by Paul Bates MG Magazine # 69, June 1998

15. “Independent’s Day” by Bill Siuru, Jan. 29, 1998 issue of Old Cars

16. “Arnolt MG TD by Bertone”, Enjoying MG, Vol.10 No. 9, Sept. ’90 cover photo and
      featured insert of the Shute convertible and coupe residing in England

Articles in which the Arnolt MG is mentioned

1. “SPORTS CAR ALBUM” by John Wheelock Freeman,Fawcett Books #181,1953
    (shows wooden body buck)

2. “1953 ARNOLT M.G. COUPE” MG Magazine Collector Guide No.31,1990

3. “Custom MGs”, Road & Track December 1954

4. “What Happened to American Sports Cars?”, Automobile Quarterly Vol 5 no.4,
    1967, p404-405 (Jarl)

5. “MG Magnate”, Classic and Sportscar, Aug. ’92 article about the John Shute

6. “TD, the Midget that Roared!” Special Interest Autos #47, October 1978

Articles about S. H. "Wacky" Arnolt

1. “Wacky-Stanley Harold Arnolt II and his Cars”, Automobile Quarterly Vol 15 no.4

2. “NUCCIO, WACKY, AND ME” by Griffith Borgeson, Special Interest
    Autos #132,Nov./Dec.1992

3. “WACKY INCARNATE” by John Matras,Sports Car International, Jan.1995

4. “WACKY, Griff & the Italian Stallion, Classic and Sportscar, Oct. ’92

5. ’Sport & GT Market’ magazine of July 1987 (Vol.7 No.5).

6. “Supercar & Classics” magazine of March 1991, Wacky’s Racers by Paul Horrell

7. “Car Classics” magazine of August 1978 (Vol.10 No. 4); Wacky Arnolt and his wonderful Bristols by Rich Taylor

Articles about Nuccio Bertone and Franco Scaglione

1. Nuccio Bertone 1914-1997, Classic Cars, May 1997

2. Carrozzeria Bertone, AutoCar, 26 March 1965

3. The Designers, Nuccio Bertone, New Zealand Classic Car July 96
    (photo of T. Sanders coupe)

4. Carrozzeria Bertone-Master of the Italian Style, Road & Track June 1965

5. Aerodynamics and Style, Bertone’s B.A.T.s, Automobile Quarterly

6. “Cars” November 1953, Article about tail fins and two photo’s of Bertone’s B.A.T.S’s on
    his stand at the ’53 Turin Auto Show. In the back ground you can see an Arnolt MG in
    both pictures. No mention of the Arnolt in the text.

Arnolt Corp. Publications

1. Arnolt Soundings, Vol. 8 No. 1, January 1953 (house organ) (Terry)

2. Arnolt Family Sports Cars, S.H. Arnolt, Inc. brochure date unknown (Terry)

3. Arnolt MG Basic Specification sheet, red and black on white.

4. Arnolt Soundings, Vol 8 No 10, October 1953, 24 pages, pictures. (Jarl)

5. Autocessories Ltd. (Div. of Arnolt Corp.) full “info request packet”,
    catalog, several sales sheets, envelope w/Arnolt rubber stamp etc. (Jarl)

Books with pictures of the Arnolt MG and a little text

    Sacred Octagon NEMGTR, June 1990

2. “T Series Tribute”, 50th. Anniversary limited edition book,
    edited by Knudsen. ©1987 (Jarl)

3. “The MG Story” by Joseph H. Wherry, 1967 (Terry)

4. “Original MG T Series” by Anders D. Clausager 1989 (Terry)

5. “MG: The Sports Car Supreme” by Joseph H. Wherry, 1982 (Terry)

Postcards showing Arnolt MGs

1. Arnolt MG convertible, (red) shore of Lake Michigan, fall (Jarl)

2. Arnolt MG coupe, (blue?) shore of Lake Michigan, winter (Jarl)

3. Arnolt MG coupe, B/W, Bud Collyer, promo: “Grand Prize” on
    “Feather Your Nest”, early TV show. (Jarl)

Arnolt Regalia

1. Arnolt ties, silk, w/flying A horse emblem at bottom in various colors

2. Arnolt key fobs w/ flying A horse pin, various colors (Terry knows a source)

3. Arnolt scarves Silk w/ flying A horse emblems in a pattern, various colors.

4. Large Flying A horse emblems, Cloisonne as original (Jarl)

5. Small ” ” “emblems as found on glove box door or on key fobs (Jarl)

6. Bertone emblem as original in copper/Cloisonne for body (Jarl)

7. T shirts, patches and bill caps from Terry Sanders