Make way for the British invasion! We're talking the Beatles, we're
talking fish and chips, and we're talking sports cars. This pretty
little white and black sports car is a 1970 MG B. Built for carving
up back country roads more so than straight aways, you can see why
this style of car draws in a crowd. Powered by the original 1798cc
motor and 4-speed manual transmission, this car will not only have
better value but is like a little sporty time capsule. Sitting at
just 76,063 miles and having only two owners, it's a time capsule
in more ways than one. This is an analog experience through and
through though. This means manual steering and brakes that gives
you the pure sports car experience. Its just you, the car, and the
road. Feeling connected to the road is exactly why these cars have
the cult following that they do. You sit low, you have sharp and
responsive steering feel. You hear the engine purr and feel as
though you are in car nirvana as the scenery around you becomes a
blur and the last bend you just carved though becomes a thing of
the past. As you can tell I am a recent convert in the church of
small sports cars. If this car is making you sweat just a bit
thinking about it, give us a call. You can reach us @ (866)
383-1416 to tell us exactly how it makes you feel, as long as that
feeling is awesome. Or if the world wide web is more your thing
then check us out @ GatewayClassicCars.com where you will find over
100 photos and a video of this little white lightning.
1970 MG MGB
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