First registered on 1st December 1971, this superb MGB is in excellent condition throughout, well finished in tartan red, with original specification black interior and complete with original steering wheel. The car has the benefit of chrome wheels in pretty much ‘as new’ condition, including the spinners (no, not the folk group), which are fitted with good, hardly worn Kumho tyres all round. The car has a well-functioning overdrive on third and top gear. Restored, apparently in 1989 (we actually find this difficult to believe, because of the first class condition), with new Heritage body shell, wheels, upholstery, hood and a full overhaul of the mechanics. The underside is mainly body colour. It would appear that the inner seals have all been treated. More photos of the underside are available if you are seriously interested. The car starts well, and runs and drives just as you would hope with very good performance and handling. Good oil pressure, no overheating – it has been well maintained in recent years by an MG specialist – service records come with the car, along with V5C, handbook and it will come with new MOT. Genuine reason for sale. Don’t miss this one – it’s a really, really good car.
We are always pleased to consider part-exchange especially for good MGs, or for othe interesting classics, and we can offer economic delivery to most parts of mainland Britain.
We also sell cars on a commission basis – no sale, no charge.
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