Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to digitally present to
you this 1979 MG MGB LE.When it comes to fun to drive roadsters the
MGB is what everyone thinks of. Introduced in the early 60s the MGB
was the car of choice for driving enthusiasts and defined the
roadster segment for the era. This 1979 example is a sight to
behold with its modern bumpers and black paint with a sheen that'll
make a speeding bullet jealous. As you walk around this little
roadster you'll notice nice details like the 6 spoke wheels, chrome
trim and luggage rack. The interior is cozy and snug just like a
sports car should be. With black leather bucket seats and proper
sporting gauges the driver has everything they need for their next
spirited drive. Under the hood is a buzzy little 1799 CC 4 cylinder
that purrs like a kitten. Backed by a 4 speed manual transmission
this motor is a delight to drive. When the weather gets hairy the
vinyl top with plastic rear window will keep you protected on your
journey. If you're looking for a sharp example of England's
favorite sports car this is the one you want to own! This 1979 MG
MGB LE is for sale by our St. Louis Showroom and can be seen in
great detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call
our knowledgeable staff at (618) 271-3000 or email us at
1979 MG MGB
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