The iconic MGB has been a part of British automotive lore for over
50 years. These nimble roadsters give the thrill of a European
sports car without the financial burden. They are quite simple to
maintain, and parts are seldom an issue. This restored 1972 MGB is
one of the most popular MGB models. Chrome-bumper 'Bs' are much
more in demand than the later (1975-) rubber-bumper cars. This
classic MGB was restored in 2018. The professional respray of MGB
Aqua is in excellent condition as is all chrome. Factory steel
"Mags" mount nice Cooper radial tires. The original dark blue vinyl
interior is still in very good condition and the soft-top shows
little wear. The dash is fitted with a full set of factory gauges
and a Panasonic AM/FM/CD stereo system (currently inop). MGs of
this era are powered by British Leyland's 1798cc OHV 4-cylinder
engine. The motor in this roadster has been totally rebuilt and is
equipped with dual SU side-draft carburetors, a stainless tube
header and stainless exhaust system. The powerplant is backed by a
4-speed synchronized manual gearbox and the solid chassis is fitted
with rack/pinion steering, manual disc/drum brakes, front coil/rear
leaf suspension and front sway bar. This colorful MGB roadster is
in 'great nick' and will soon make someone a great summer driver.
ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1972 MG MGB
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Interior Color:Dark Blue
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