Uhh we went through this, it means exactly the same as Rover 25, 45, 75 or ZT, ZR, ZS does. Sod and AllBWI said:You all call yourself MG Rover enthusiasts and you dont even know what the badge on the boot of the car denotes. i recon you are all Chinese Spys
Is about the best explanationErikB said:In the old days
MG had saloons (ZA, ZB, ...) and a sporty two-seater (TB, TC, TF, ...)
In front of the launch of the renewed F (or TF)
MG had saloons (ZR, ZS, ...) and a sporty two-seater.... F, so let's put a 'T' in front of it, to be compliant with the past.