1978 MGB roadster in amazing condition and slightly modified by the previous engineer owner who collected MG's. The body is in very good unrestored condition. The subtle metallic gold color was special order when the car was built and in good condition. The seats are new, comfortable and perfect. The car also comes with a tonneau, top boot, brand new Stayfast top.
Twin SU carburetors are fitted in place of the original Stromberg along with a new header. The 1.8 litre engine has been rebuilt including an aluminum flywheel. The five-speed Ford Sierra transmission is all synchromesh with overdrive and works flawlessly.
Financing and shipping are available.
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