Beautiful factory MGB GT V8 in excellent condition throughout.
Original chrome bumpered car. Finished in its original colour scheme of Citron yellow paintwork with black cloth interior.
Detailed engine bay, ziebarted and regularly waxoyled.
Matching numbers car - Chassis number GD2D1-1326G.
Original specification car with 4spd gearbox and working overdrive. Some sensible up-grades including electronic ignition, parabolic rear leaf springs, adjustable rear dampers and stainless steel exhaust. Moto-lita steering wheel is fitted but the original steering wheel is also included.
Large history folder including: Heritage certificate, production records, comprehensive service history including passport to service booklet, old MOT’s dating back to the 70’s and restoration receipts.
Photographic bodywork restoration including new cills. Engine, suspension, brakes, distributor and overdrive rebuild. Silky smooth engine with excellent compression and oil pressure. The car feels tight and drives like new.
7 previous owners - owned by me for 4 years. 109,000 genuine miles supported by its service history and old MOTs.
Just fully serviced.
MOT and road tax exempt.
This rare car has been treasured throughout its life and is reflected in its condition.
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This is a unique opportunity to purchase the original
Hewitt Brothers of Manchester MG V8 Roadster, The Super "B"
Reg 966 LDT
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