A 1973 MGB Roadster in Red with black trim, great condition and overdrive.
The MGB was the natural successor the MGA and came along in 1962 in roadster form and with the introduction of the MGB GT coupe in 1965, both models continued in production until 1980.
All MGB utilised the BMC B-series engine in 1.8 litre form mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox with optional overdrive which was uprated to full synchromesh in 1968.
The MGB has become one of the best loved and widely recognised British sports cars of the era with a worldwide following.
This MGB Roadster was registered in June 1973 with optional overdrive and is one of the last ‘chrome bumper’ cars produced. It has had the benefit of some recent sympathetic restoration to include a full re-spray and comes in excellent condition throughout.
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.....