I recently acquired a 1951 Crosley Super Sport that was fitted with a BMC OHV engine and transmission around 1959 by a college student with more time and talent than cash. He was obviously trying to create some sort of Heally looking buggy on a budget. The motor has a tag on it that reads TG3N6044. It looks like an "A" series motor somewhat like the one in my Nash Metropolitan. I have checked several sites trying to research the motor with no success. It appears the "TG" may stand for a "Gold Seal" engine. Some old notes in the car seem to indicate it may be an Austin A30/40 powerplant. Can anybody shed some light? Thanks in advance. Nick in VA.