Just in from California.........NICE car....... New factory floors, no undercoating or patching. VERY nice. Runs very well, 670 psi oil pressure wen warm, no smoke hot or cold, free revving and powerful. Trans works well as does clutch, brakes, steering, and handling. Seems to have been recently repainted....very nice in deep BRG. Interior is (in my eye) really outstanding....new deep green carpets, very good tan seats and door panels, matching console cover and dash crash pad. And all wood dashboard....rather elegant. Even has its original BMC radio. Spin on oil filter, oil cooler, new windshield, new convertible top, boot cover, seat belts, wire wheels, wiring looks to be good original, very clean engine bay and trunk compartment, chrome appears to be new, all in all, a wonderful example of this 51 year old collector's car. I love 'em. Have a 1964 and 1965 pull handle B in my own collection and they seem to get used more than any other car I own. Contemporary performance with a 105 mph top speed and easy cruising at 80-90 mph, very good ride (and no rattles), precise steering, disc brakes, roomy/comfortable interior, and a high degree of versatility. Add a dual master cylinder, removable roll bar, and fuel cell and go historic racing. Heaters work sufficiently well for all but the coldest climates, and whether the proverbial back road or a distant drive, a classic MGB makes a dandy car to own. We can supply a hardtop, offer an overdrive transmission or a modern 5 speed, these really made the ideal compromise. And this California car with new factory floors is one of the nicest we have ever seen.