With only something like 400 examples left on the road, the MGC GT is fast becoming a rare British Sports car. Only 9000 examples were produced between 1967 and 1969.The MGC was a simple concept. Take the highly successful MGB chassis and replace the 4 pot engine with a bigger 2912cc straight 6 and hey presto!!, BMC had come up with a reasonably priced Grand Tourer. As the sale patter went at the time, a poor man's Aston or if it's good enough for Prince Charles it's good enough for you.
The Sebring styled example we offer here was first registered for the road in the second month of 1970 and has some interesting updates.The car was restored in the 90s and has a photographic record of the restoration, during the rebuild a Sebring type front valance was added together with a set of Alloy wheels. What is more intersting is that the suspension has been modified, a must to help the handling, this is by way of gas filled shockers all round. At the same time the engine was breathed on by the renown Aldon Engineering with a stage 2 cylinder head and LCB exhaust manifold.
The bright red MGC also comes with Brantz Retrotrip electronic stopwatch and Halda Speedpilot, a must for historic rallying,2 very smart bucket seats,full lenghth Webasto sun roof and leather rim Motalita steering wheel.
A comprehensive history file contains a list of some of the previous owners,something like 25 old MOTs, a copy of an article in the 2005 Classic Monthly magazine featuring this very car and a large number of reciepts for work carried out over the past 25 years.
Part exchange welcome, funds either way.
Please call me on 01676 533949 or 07860 804390 for an appointment to view.
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