Ah ! The MGB Roadster, an icon of your youth in the swinging 60s.It is the archetypal British sports car. As British as warm beer and fish and chips. It is tough, entertaining and timeless. The B is a remarkable car. Consider the numbers, announced at the start of the 1960s, it lasted 28 years before finally departing the scene in 1980. A total of 386,961 Roadsters left the Abingdon production line. In later years the B fueled the growth of a remarkable industry geared to maintaining, improving and recreating the breed. Yes, some people sneer that the B is boring but this is nonsense brought about by the British fear of success. The MGB deserves to be at the top of the shopping list for anybody who is looking for a classic sports car that is practical and affordable as well as stylish.
The very striking example we offer here was rebuilt on a new British Heritage bodyshell at the turn of the century.The car was rebuilt with a mildly tuned Osselli engine, converted to run on unleaded fuel. The car comes with Electronic ignition,servo brakes,Kenlowe cooling fan, stainless exhaust system,rebuilt overdrive by Bromsgove MG,RV8 sec front suspension with upgraded vented disc brakes,coil over Spax shock absorbers, rear Spax shock absorbers, chrome wire wheels, Mohair hood, period Motorola radio and Motalita steering wheel.
The car is sold with a massive history file with all MOTs going back to 1998,drivers handbook,extensive service records and rebuild bills totalling many taousands of pounds.
Part exchange welcome, ancient or modern, funds either way.
Please call me on 01676 533949 or 07860 804390 for an appointment to view.