This stunning, top class FIA registered MGB race car has arrived with us in exceptional rebuilt condition. The MG has spent its entire life as a race prepared car, first registered in early 1965 in Belgium. The history file contains FIA papers from 1991 and during the more recent major rebuild, the MG was prepared to FIA specification once again. (Class GTS11, Period F 1962-1965) with invoices totalling in excess of a staggering £48,000.
The MG came to the UK in 2000 and has since undergone thousands of pounds worth of expenditure. In 2004 the MG was raced at the Grand Prix De Pau Historique and has also raced the short circuit at Le Mans. The last owner has used the MG for Historic Motor gatherings and Hill Climbs this past couple of years.
In 2014 the engine was rebuilt by Church Square Autos using Cambridge Motorsport parts. A brand new Pete Burgess cylinder head was fitted, and the impressive spec included steel ‘H’ section rods, J&E pistons giving 1853cc (FIA Max), specially selected and modified EN40 crank running on new competition shells throughout, Piper Race camshaft using large followers, Vernier timing gear, upgraded oil pump, Cambridge Motorsport alloy finned sump, lightweight starter and alternator. The invoice from Church Square Autos for the engine works totals over £7,500. The MG also boasts an 1845cm Weber 48 carburettor, Salisbury Powerlock LSD. The car also boasts; aluminium fuel tank, polycarbonate side and rear windows, six-point TRS harness, corbeau forza bucket seat, cab & engine bay fire extinguisher system, mocal oil cooler, oil catch tank, full roll cage and desirable Toyo R888R Tyres.
Photographs in the history show the bodyshell stripped and in outstanding condition. From these detailed photos and from inspecting the shell we can confirm the MG is structurally outstanding with absolutely no rust issues. We can only describe the shell as first class and that of a completely, professionally rebuilt car. The car is beautifully finished with an exceptionally well-presented engine bay, boot and interior. The MG has had limited use since the rebuild so is relatively fresh since restoration and therefore in top condition. The engine, gearbox, LSD and general mechanical and electrical components are all in very good order and the MGB is most certainly ready to use and enjoy. This race MGB can continue to be used on the track but is also road registered and usable and very easily converted for rally use so should appeal to all different types of MGB buyers. This ferociously quick, superb rebuilt MGB is a very special car and one that should be enjoyed to is maximum potential.
MGB Roadster V8 rebuild using a new Heritage bodyshell, to be prepared to individual specification so you can control the exterior colour to the interior trim. Fitted with a rover 3.5 V8 unit fully reconditioned and will be mated to a new 5 speed mazda gearbox. 4 pot brake system with uprated discs .....
1973 MGB Roadster - Convertible. Chrome bumper model. 4 speed stick shift. Restored by the previous owners at a cost of over $15,000. there loss your gain. only 3,412 miles ago. New paint, Most chrome new, New convertible top, New DLX honey tan interior seats, carpet, tires, full tonneau cover, New .....
1968 MG MGB Mark II
This in one of the best MGB we have seen in a long time. The car starts, drives and stops as it should.
Engine: 1.8L inline 4
Drive: RWD (rear- wheel drive)
Gear: Manual 4-speed gearbox
History of the MG MGB:
The roadster was the .....
Ex David Griffiths
Successful Club Racing machine
Unraced in recent years
Very well prepared to a good specification
Suitable for a variety of events
“The Sports Car connoisseur will find in this latest M.G. challenger all that he has been looking for." MGB Sales brochure, 1963
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You can hire this stunning 40-year-old Classic MGB Roadster....add a Cherished Roadsters Classic Break short holiday and extend your enjoyment driving a great car in a great location. Wherelse can you find such fantastic .....
The car was bought in Surrey, UK in 2000 and brought to the dry climate of Athens, Greece. Once there, a no-expense-spared cosmetic restoration was conducted with excellent finish. The interior was also trimmed in full leather, new carpets, seat belts and softtop.
Having originally been supplied by Southend Motor & Aero Company (SMAC) of Southend On Sea on the 02/08/1978,we are delighted to bring to market for the first time in 12 years this restored low ownership MGB Roadster.
Accompanying the car is a large file including mots back to 1982 and invoices for .....