1962 MGA Mk II convertible, serial number GHNL2 109048. This car is a survivor and a good daily driver suitable for full restoration. The body is in good shape with some denting on the front valence and added non-original trunk latch. All chrome bumpers and trim are intact and straight. Paint is in fair condition and the current color is a non-original maroon-red. The interior is red with black carpet and is in very good condition with a burl dash upgrade, banjo steering wheel, and correct gages. Missing passenger door pocket but have material to wrap replacement. Electrical has the original harness and everything is in working order. The car has been converted to a single 12-volt battery from factory dual 6-volt batteries. Mechanically, the car is very good and handles well. The suspension is solid and there is no play in the steering. The clutch and gearbox are in good working order but be aware, MGA's do not have synchro! The engine bay is clean and the engine has been recently tuned including carburetor rebuild on twin SU's and new radiator. The engine has excellent compression. The car has five wire wheels with center-hub and relatively new tires. The convertible top is also newer with little to no marring on vision panels and new frame. The car also comes with a new tonneau cover with center zipper, aftermarket side curtains, and original hand crank. Have clear title. The stipulated price is for the vehicle only; shipping, taxes, license fees, and all other costs are not included. Please, serious inquiries only.