This 1972 MGB roadster was reportedly refurbished inBritish Racing Green over black under previous ownership before being purchased by the seller in 2016. The work is also said to have included overhauls of its1,798cc inline-four and carburetor as well as refreshment of the exhaust system, brakes, suspension, and interior. Service performed since 2018 consisted of an oil change, parking brake adjustment, speedometer and tachometer repairs, a new battery, and more. This MGB is offered with partial records, two sets of spare wheels, a top boot, a factory steering wheel, and a North Carolina title in the seller's name. This listing is live now, and only for 7 days, so take a look at the current bidding and live discussion here at https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1972-mg-mgb-mark-iii-convertible/
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