Muscle cars are fun and all, but when it comes to pure driving enjoyment, there's nothing better than a classic British roadster, and this 1977 MG MGB is definitely ready for the road! Gateway Classic Car of Tampa is proud to offer this 1977 MG MGB! Not only does this MGB have an amazingly low 77,830 actual miles on the odometer, the current owner has had the car for over 17 years. More importantly, the owner used this MGB as a daily driver, so it has been kept it great mechanical condition with a new fuel pump, headers, intake manifold, radiator, tires and brakes. Under the hood of this daily cruiser is a numbers matching 1,798 cc Inline 4 that has been hooked up to a smooth shifting 4 speed manual transmission. Whether you're looking for a daily driver or a weekend cruiser, this beautiful MG is ready to go and looks great with a recently repainted (2014) glacier white paint job. This 1977 MG MGB has been equipped with AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Convertible Top, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Radial Tires and Rally Wheels. Located in our Tampa Showroom, this stunning 1977 MG MGB can be seen in greater detail including 100 +HD pictures and video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For immediate assistance please call the Tampa showroom at 813-645-6200 or email us at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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