This 1976 MGB roadster received a full rotisserie restoration,
completed in 2020. The owner has supplied a comprehensive notebook
of receipts and restoration documentation. The body was stripped
and fully prepped. New floorpans were installed and the
undercarriage was rustproofed. Moss Motors supplied front/rear
'Sebring-Style' fiberglass valances and a professional coat of
Dehlia Blue Metallic (GMC special color) was carefully applied. New
chrome trim items were installed and Panasport Racing alloy spoke
wheels are a perfect accent. The restoration included new interior
components - seats, dash, carpeting, trim and door cards are all in
very 'good nick'. A new manual convertible top has also been
installed. The 1.8L OHV 4-cylinderz, said to be the factory engine,
was completely rebuilt by T. Hoff Inc. and upgraded with a Weber
down-draft 2 barrel carburetor. All ignition components are new
including an electronic distributor and new starter. The entire
cooling system has been upgraded and the exhaust system is new.
This 1.8 runs nicely and has more than enough to move this roadster
smoothly down the road. A 4-speed manual transmission w/o overdrive
shifts smoothly through all four synchronized gears. The clutch and
pressure plate are new as are driveshaft universal joints. Manual
disc/drum brakes with all new components provide stopping power.
New front/rear springs have been installed and the rear suspension
has been lowered with a kit from Moss Motors. This sharp MGB has
been carefully restored - all it needs is a new driver. Why not
you? ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
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