1980 MGB LE CONVERTIBLE The MGB offers true British sports car
motoring, with the added advantages of being reliable (if properly
cared for), inexpensive to repair, and amazingly usable, especially
in modern traffic. This Limited Edition model includes a luggage
rack, GT wheels, steering wheel and popular MGB exterior graphics.
The rust free body is finished in deep black with a nicely
contrasting tan cloth convertible top. The matching black interior
is in great condition with very light wear and no issues. Factory
features include rack & pinion steering, power brakes, 4 speed
manual overdrive transmission and dual carburetors on the inline
4-cylinder engine. Recent upgrades include engine rebuild, ported &
polished head, high compression pistons, lowered suspension,
pneumatic struts to hold hood & trunk lid open properly. This MGB
is turnkey and ready for the road with working gauges, wipers,
lights and stereo system. Original 1.8 liter Inline 4-cylinder
engine (rebuilt) 4 Speed manual overdrive transmission Power brakes
Manual rack & pinion steering Dual carburetors Ported & polished
head High compression pistons Lowered suspension GT wheels &
steering wheel LE Body graphics LE Dashboard badging Luggage rack
Rust free & straight body Manual convertible top**SHOWN BY
APPOINTMENT**ASK US ABOUT OUR EASY FINANCE OPTIONS**WE SHIP WORLD
1980 MG MGB
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