Manufactured by MG from 1962 through 1980, the MGB was a
tremendously successful model for the manufacturer. The MGB offered
many different variants during its time of production including a
coupe, convertible and three-door 2+2. In 1965, MG debuted the MGB
GT model, a 3-door "hatchback" car with design by Pininfarina. The
Pininfarina design was groundbreaking. Combining a sloping rear
window with the rear deck lid, the car had the shape and style of a
coupe but provided the utility of a station wagon. in 2019, Road &
Track named the MGB GT one of "16 of Pininfarina's most beautiful
designs that aren't Ferraris". The GT had a 2+2 design with
desirable luggage space behind the second row. The car had
different suspension springs and anti-roll bars than it's standard
MGB counterparts and also had a redesigned windshield.
This 1973 MGB GT was the recipient of a complete frame-off
restoration. The restoration spared no expense and included new
stainless steel exhaust, new leather seating, Wilton Wool
carpeting, Alcantara headliner, electronic ignition, halogen
headlamps, new brake and fuel lines, new gas tank, all new chrome
around the exterior, a new clutch and more. Walking around the
exterior of this car, the Burgundy paint is striking against the
gleaming chrome. Open the door and it becomes immediately apparent
that a significant investment was made on the leather seating and
each item throughout the interior. The MGB GT takes an already
iconic British car and adds panache that can only be found through
Pininfarina design. There are not many GTs on the market today,
especially those of collectible caliber.
Unless stated otherwise, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and
unknown if original.
1973 MG MGB
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
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