You can instantly see that this 1968 MG MGB is something special. It has an awesome fully coordinated color combo, plenty of big restoration investments, and there's even a matching trailer. Best of all, the whole package is available right now for quite an obtainable price.
This is exactly how you want your classic European sports car to look. It was restored with a glossy black paint that really highlights the timeless design of the MGB. Plus, the dual red racing stripes are a nice contrast. They coordinate with the red Lucas racing light covers and red convertible top to deliver a package that people will be talking about. And because this is an earlier MGB, it's a chrome grille and chrome bumpers car. Not only did they make sure these pieces were shining brightly, but also the details like the full-length trim, luggage rack, and Dunlop wire wheels with genuine knock-off center hubs. You'll love the detail work on this car in everything from the Sebring-style covers over the genuine Lucas headlights, to the way the doors close with authority. There's even a lightweight Allstate trailer that has been custom restored and painted to go perfectly with this MG (you'll want to call for all the details on the trailer alone!) It's your first sign that this classic was restored to be enjoyed on even the long trips, and you'll see plenty more indicators inside.
The interior continues the same color theme as the exterior. After all, a good MG should be open to the world, and so you want it to be coordinated inside and out. The red is the primary color, with the black providing nice detail piping on the seats, center console, and door panels. And we especially love the look of the red and black coco floor mats. Updated high-back leather bucket seats with headrests makes this long-haul comfortable. Plus, upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input and added cruise control really makes this ready to be enjoyed near or far. But while they upgraded for comfort, this also never loses that pure driving spirit that we all love in an MG. The gearstick falls where you naturally want your right hand to be, and the classic thin sports steering wheel gives an easy view to vintage Smiths readouts just beyond it.
With so much invested in the interior and exterior, they also made sure the engine was done right. The sturdy 1800cc unit has as BMC Stage 2 tuning that adds power and fortification. And the motor has been blueprinted and balanced. Plus, it has twin SU carbs, finned alloy valve covers, high torque starter, oil cooler, electronic ignition, and a Moss alternator kit. The four-speed manual transmission was overhauled, and because this this was also built for highway use, there's overdrive on 3rd and 4th. And as you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll spot everything from newer bushings to an upgraded Monza exhaust that gives the motor a terrific soundtrack. Plus, with front disc brakes, Dunlop touring tires, and sway bars front & rear, this has that ideal European sports car feeling on the road.
There has been so much invested in this custom and cool MGB that you need to call for all the details. Of course, you already know this is a unique classic for quite a nice price. Call today!!!