1970/9 MG B MKIISOLD

MGB just full restored

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First presented in September 1962 at the Earls Court Fair, the MGB appears as a comfortable convertible with the civilised character. Thanks to this new personality and a very attractive selling price, it will charm very numerous amateurs over the world until its withdrawal in 1980. Its abandonment by Leyland will cause a major emotion in Great Britain. Produced for 18 years, the MGB is the collection convertible which is the most suitable for daily use.
Its engine is supple and reliable and only requires easy and inexpensive maintenance.
This version is equipped with a 1800 cc engine, which develops 95 H.P.S sufficient to take this light convertible to sporting paces in all relaxation.
Moreover, the overdrive effectively assists the excellent 4 speeds gearbox.
With this engine, but still equipped with the chromium plated bumpers, it is one of the most desirable versions.

This car has been completely restored from the frame by a specialist in Belgium in 2008.
Coachwork, the engine (which runs on unleaded fuel), gear box, overdrive, brakes, suspensions, have all been renewed.
The car has only driven 2000 kms since its restoration; a unique opportunity to acquire a MGB almost new at a very competitive price, well underneath its cost price.

Reference Number 44304

as of 5/26/2009

Overview
Car 1970/9 MG B MKII
Condition Pristine 
Mileage 1.000 km 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
Options Interior: Leather interior 
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