MGB Cabriolet 1976 Overdrive Damask Red
This is a beautiful 1979 MGB in the cabriolet version.The beautiful colour Damask Red is combined with an Autumn Leaf brown interior and Minilite wheels. The car is in good condition both inside and out and runs wonderfully in combination with the 4-speed gearbox with overdrive. Furthermore, the car has a chrome luggage rack and a leather steering wheel.
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