The MGB was a two-door sports car manufactured and marketed by MG Car Company. Production of the MGB started in 1962 and manufacturing was later moved to the British Motor Corporation. The MGB sold over half a million of these cars through BMC and its subsidiaries. The MGB was an innovative, modern design utilizing a monocoque structure instead of the traditional body-on-frame construction. It was competitive in the sports car market selling directly against Triumph and others.
This example has been through a nut and bolt restoration, at an estimated cost of around $100k. All the work is fully documented and was carried out by Automotive Restorations . the body was stripped, prepped and then repainted. The restoration included rebuilding the 1798cc engine and modified by fitting a cross flow cylinder head and twin dual throat Weber carbs. The transmission is a 4 speed with an optional overdrive. Included with this car, a new convertible top, tonneau cover and leather seats. This is a well sorted, easy to drive, top quality MGB Mk 1 that will be enjoyed by its next owner for many years to come. Offering 95 bhp coupled with overdrive the car offers good performance and excellent fuel economy. In today's high priced sports car market this car has a lot going for it.