Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1978 MG
MGB! The recipe for a British roadster is timeless. Making the
experience accessible to the masses the MGB offers affordability,
fun, reasonable reliability, and top-down wind through the hair
experience! The odometer shows 12,898 miles. This mileage is
believed to be 112,898. The current owner purchased it from a
dealer in 2015 in great condition and drove it very little. Most of
the car appears to be original with the exception of twin
carburetors, red suspension springs, and an aftermarket radio. The
driving experience is what one expects from sporty vehicle from the
late 70s. It starts, runs, and drives like a car from the 70s, but
add the fun of a rear-wheel-drive front engine experience. These
inline 4 cylinders are notoriously reliable and sporting good fun.
Most cities can proudly claim MG owners clubs to add community to
your ownership experience. The paint and upholstery are in proud
driver condition and maybe even a step above. The engine bay shows
a couple years of dust but could easily be detailed to a high
level. The interior seats don't show a ton of wear, and the touch
surfaces also seem to be in great shape! This 1978 MG MGB 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:
1978 MG MGB
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