An MGB is a fun classic sports car to own and drive.
The MGB GT in rubber-bumpered form is still your cheapest way into 'B ownership. Given how aghast aficionados were at its Federalised bumpers at the time of its launch, we can see how that's happened. But it's funny how the passage of time has really softened those controversial looks - a testament to the design department at Longbridge, which oversaw the installation of those bumpers on the 1975 cars.
In reality, the MGB's modifications were superbly executed, and despite being huge, the bumpers flow well with the existing car's styling.
ABOUT THIS CAR
Cheap to Run, Exciting to drive and always gets lot of looks, wherever you go.
Clean, rust free example of this model with paint in good condition’
Clean interior with everything working as it should
Starts and drives very well
4 speed manual / overdrive
Very useable classic that can be enjoyed for club runs or for daily classic motoring.
Spare wheel on wires, jack available with car.
Parts are cheap and mostly off the shelf.
The MGB is Britain's most popular classic car with good reason: it's widely available; has great parts and specialist support; and as long as you're not too demanding an owner, they are really good fun to drive. And let's be honest, that B-series engine sounds good when rasping through the exhaust system.
Will be sold WOF’d and Registered if sold in New Zealand.
TRANSPORT / SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST.
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