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Iris Blue, Wire wheels, and leather
Only 10k miles since full rebuild in 1996! Full bare metal respray carried out in 2021
Lovely Mk1 interior in excellent condition
Oselli unleaded head; Central locking; Alarm/Immobiliser/Tracker; Two sets of keys
Only four previous registered owners since 1963; 4 speed, non overdrive gearbox
– LED light conversion
– 3 bearing engine
– Banjo axle
– Pre suffix registration number with three numbers followed by three letters
– Stainless steel rear luggage rack
Photographic restoration completed in 1996. New front and rear wings, floors, castle sections, suspension mounts, inner and outer sills, doors. Restoration works thought to be carried out by Mike Rolls MG. http://www.mikerolls.co.uk/
2017 – Engine service, four new tyres, new dynamo, new control box.
2021 – Bodywork restored with photographic evidence. The paint work had become tired since 1996, no rot in the panels. Previous paint removed to bare metal, two coats of etch primer and [...]
To help clean up London’s air, the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) operates 24 hour a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year, exempt Christmas day. However, if your classic MG is classed as Historic, which all models of MGB are because they are more than 40 years old, they are ULEZ exempt.
Comments Off on MG B GT Mk1, 1967, Red – Rebuilt Engine
Tartan Red Mk1 MGB GT fitted with overdrive, wire wheels, Webasto sunroof, and leather interior
LEFT HAND DRIVE, but we can switch it back to RHD if preferred.
Body restoration completed 2021, with new sills, castle rails, and floor panels; New front wings and full bare metal respray with lovely paintwork; Very presentable engine compartment considering age of this Mk1 GT.
New leather interior; Webasto recovered; New grill and front bumper.
REBUILT ENGINE (zero miles), and new clutch fitted in NOV 2021, some service history, ONLY 2 OWNERS New fuel tank, new brake hoses, new, new track rod ends; New rear leaf springs just fitted; Electronic ignition.
The first six months of 2021 were quite unlike the first six months of 2020. Most would prefer to put behind them the difficulties faced last year, as the early signs of a global pandemic became apparent and disruption to normal life took hold. This year, there has been more to cheer about. Football gave the nation a welcome lift, if not the fairytale ending, lockdown restrictions are set to lift and events such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed and British Grand Prix have sped off the start line.
Judged on the results of sales, car enthusiasts and investors alike have put their foot down and given the classic car market an appreciable boost. Prices of MGBs, particularly the GT model are still rising, so get in there quickly as the’re still an good investment opportunity.