This has to be the ultimate MGB and certainly the car that MG should have built in period. This car is based on a RHD 1971 MGB professionally re-built and upgraded in England in 2001 using a new heritage body to its current V8 specification. Since the full re-build the car has had one owner in England and its current danish owner who bought the car in England in 2009. The car is registered as a historic vehicle and has only ever been used in the dry as the condition attests. The mileage since the re-build is only 17000 miles.
The car has a mouth watering specification;
Exterior: Ravens Black
Interior: walnut dashboard, biscuit seats and interior, Moto-Lita wooden steering wheel, lowered FIA bolt on roll bar (fits under the hood). Kenwood Hi-Fi with CD player. Full tonneau (not with bar) and half tonneau. Black vinyl hood with zip for rear window.
Engine: Rover v8 DS1 3.5L. Fastroad cam. Twin fan cooling with manual switch. Oil cooler. Clive Wheatley high efficiency cooler and engine steady bar. Electronic ignition.
This 1978 MGB V8 Roadster is a seriously quick car and has been built by a professional engineer for road use. It was built as a touring car for long distance travelling in Europe and whilst performance.....
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.....