We are pleased to present this 1967 MGB. Rarely have we seen a
restoration of this caliber. Completely disassembled on a
rotisserie and reassembled in a very meticulous fashion yielding a
vehicle that is not only like new, but the results were better than
the average MGB rolling off the assembly line in 1967. As an added
bonus the rebuild of the engine even produced a few more
horsepower! The MG Racing green body is near flawless and is the
brand new Camel colored convertible top that has a nice, tight fit.
The rebuild 1798cc inline four cylinder runs strong and is paired
with the rebuilt 4 speed manual transmission. The front disc and
rear brakes bring you to a nice smooth stop. The Camel seats and
door panels look as good as the exterior as does the black dash
with all its gauges in good working order. This is a must see
vehicle! We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any
questions, please call or text Savannah Classic Cars at
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