Oops, off topic, but, I too, enjoy the British MG motoring heritage (just older units); as I currently own a 1947 MG TC and a 1949 MG TC (gotta have those big 19" wires).
The '47 was my grandfather's, then my brother's, and the '49 was my aunt's. This was my aunt's second TC, as a Colorado river flood took her first one (never reported found; maybe it's in Mexico?).
I would like to acquire an F-type, in two seater-sports configuration.
But, enough of T-type MGs, and back to T-birds; and yes, it appears to be a very nice '62.