Grandes Marques Maastricht 2020
Lot Number 129
Chassis Number TBA
The MGB was first introduced in May 1962 as a direct replacement for the MGA. Performance was brisk with power supplied by a 1,798cc four cylinder iron block engine set within a monocoque lightweight body shell with crumple zones incorporated.
October 1965 saw the introduction of the GT and was based on the already popular roadster. Designed by Pininfarina, the new GT sported a hatchback giving useful access to the rear luggage space and a rear bench seat that enabled the car to be called a 2+2. Although acceleration was slightly slower than the roadster, top speed was better by 5mph due to the increased aerodynamic efficiency.
A UK delivered car, this excellent little sports car is described to be a good straight example. Previously the car was lightly modified to change the switch gear from knobs to toggle switches for taking part in Le Mans. The car also features overdrive and in 2016 the current owner used the vehicle to compete in the Trois Rally in France.
The post 1971 MGB GT appeared first on Coys of Kensington.
exceptional low mileage example with Factory Hard Top, black leather lined.
2003 MG TF 1.6 16v Silver, blue hood, black trim, only 64000 miles with history. Remote alarm/immobiliser, Alloys, CD,
This is my MGA MK1 1956 ROADSTER restoration project, it is in London and has come from the good old USA and is a restoration project ...it has fibreglass wings which I guess are for making it lighter,.....
Mgrv8 wanted for enthusiast, UK or reimported,any colour, nice cars preferred but cars needing work also considered,iam based in Hertfordshire but will travel,for prompt polite service please ring.....