Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1980 MG
B! Her highness is wearing a fantastic color combination and has
the optional overdriven 4 speed transmission! The odometer read
just under 30,000 miles, and the seller believes it is the actual
mileage although no supporting documentation is included to prove
that claim. The car presents very well and does not have and
obvious flaws inside, outside, or underneath. The 1800cc engine
sounds great and the car is very fun to drive! The car wears a
local dealer badge 'Oliver C Joseph.' This dealership was
established in 1914 and recently sold, and allegedly this was the
second to last car ordered through Oliver C Joseph's British
vehicle side of the business. This likely means the car lived a
humble and protected Midwestern life. Sure the winters here can be
a bit more harsh, but proper owners don't let their vehicles see
those elements. Given the odometer reading and original 'feel' of
the car we are pretty confident this is a well-cared for and
preserved piece of British automotive history! These cars are a
relatively inexpensive entry into the classic car market and
provide more smiles per mile that just about any car. Sure, speed
is great. When it comes to the race track speed is king, however on
the open policed road its more about fun. A great man once roughly
said there are few things more fun than driving a slow car fast!
This 1980 MG B is offered by the St. Louis sales staff and can be
seen in full detail on our website. Our listing all include 100+ HD
photos and a detailed video! GatewayClassicCars.com Video:
1980 MG MGB
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