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MG

1967

MGBGT

Body Style: Coupe
Exterior: Mineral Blue
Interior: Black

This is a 1968, chromed bumper MGB-GT, with original splined hubs. The vehicle was sympathetically restored approximately 2 years ago, and has been driven only a few thousand miles since. The vehicle was built to be a strong daily driver. The Blue paint shows well, though it does have some dimpling in certain areas. The interior was redone in black leather, and blue piping and is excellent. The carpets were replaced as well. The rebuilt 4-Cylinder engine runs strong, and is in an excellent state of tune. The rebuilt fully synchronized transmission shifts as it should and the clutch is new. The car has an auxiliary electric fan, oil cooler and fuel pump. She starts well and runs smoothly. The chrome is excellent and the new tires ride on base metal wire wheels with chrome knock-offs. Brakes are fresh, and the car stops straight. All mechanical systems work as they should. The hatch area has new carpets and holds a matching wire spare tire Recent upgrades over the last 15 months: Engine rebuild (top and bottom), New clutch, pressure plate and throw-out bearing, Trans upgraded to an all-syncro 4-speed ('71 unit), Electrical upgraded to negative ground, New electronic distributor, New water pump, New radiator, Upgraded oil pump and filter system, Upgraded aftermarket exhaust, Rebuilt SU carburetors, Full rebuild of front suspension including upgrade to negative camber A-arms, Upgrade to stronger front anti-sway bar, Full replacement of steering system, Full replacement of the rear suspension, Full replacement of the interior, including leather seats with accent piping, carpets, door panels, dash and headliner, Upgrade to walnut wood steering wheel and shift knob, Window lift hardware replaced, New hubs, wire wheels and tires, Rebuild of front and rear brakes, Tach upgraded, Heater system rebuild, No oil leaks, All the records on this restoration, including parts purchased and professional services have been retained. The cost of reproducing this MGB-GT, to this level, would be in excess of $25K. Theses early MGs are a joy to drive and this one is ready to go.

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