1968 MGC GT (chrome bumpers and manual overdrive gearbox)
Finished in old English white with black leather trim.
This British example of the iconic 1960s car, was lightly restored about 12 years ago but is largely original. There have been 3 former careful keepers (one of these was a Doctor) and the car has covered a warranted 57000 miles in almost 50 years and is road tax exempt. The mileage is backed up by previous MoTs and documentation. The car has formed part of a car collection since the early 90s and has recently been recommissioned and just the paintwork needs a little tlc.
Only around 8000 MGCs were built and only 4000 were GTs with approx half of these going to the USA. Consequently, there are very few around making this a rare and desirable model. Although similar in appearance to the MGB the MGC is very different both mechanically and structurally in order to accommodate the 3 litre 6 cylinder engine and running gear, perfect for long distance touring.
The history folder includes current and previous V5s, previous MoTs and current MoT until Aug 2018, MoT related paperwork, invoices, MGC Owners Handbook, Club booklet, DVLA information, old road tax discs, old disc holders, business cards, old bill of sale, insurance documentation, valuation and condition certificates, MG Car Club information, correspondence, MGC GT document holder, MoT document holder.
The features include full leather trim, manual gearbox with overdrive, chrome bumpers, s/steel door mirrors, s/s sports exhaust, opening rear quarterlights, radio hi-fi system, heated rear window, seatbelts, 90 spoke wire wheels, extra chroming etc. We think this is a very desirable and rare tourer deserving of another appreciative owner. £16995
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1968 MG C GT – £22,500
This MG C GT is a great taste of the 60’s and is a perfect example of why these cars are so desired in today’s market. Due to low sales, a short production time and for being a very controversial vehicle, the MG C has attracted attention for most of its lifespan.
MGCGT 1969 G/reg
This car is just nearing completion of a full renovation.
The car has been off the road since about 1992. I have a full history of the renovation listing parts and body panels.
The car has had a full bare metal repaint as can be seen in the pictures.
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Black and White are pleased to offer this stunning and very rare MGC GT Factory Automatic in Tartan Red.
Supplied on 3rd May 1968 to University Motors Ltd London which i understand made one or two modifications to improve the over all handling of this 3.0 litre cruiser.
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Price of the car in Euros is: €7900,-
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1969 MG MGC GT
Wonderful MGC GT with overdrive is great cosmetic and mechanical condition. The car was recently restored with many new parts, including new brake boosters, new distributor, new ignition coils, new fuel pump, new wiper blades and wiper blades engine, new cooling fan/engine, new generator, .....
1969 MG MGC Wide Body
MGC wide body in great condition. The car starts, drives and stop without any issues. The car has a Danish title and registration dating back to April 1969. The car was built in the Abingdon, England factory.
Odometer: 06456 Km
Gearbox: Manual 4-speed, .....
MGC Roadster 1968 Automatic Left Hand Drive
This very rare Automatic model. If you haven’t driven one of these you’re in for a treat. So much better than the lumpy manual box. A real pleasure to drive.
Falcon stainless exhaust system throughout. New steering rack and fuel pump.
MGC GT 1969, chrome wire wheels, resprayed last year, new seats, power steering, adjustable shock absorbers, details of engine rebuild with new SU carbs, overdrive. Large history with bills etc recent purchase new chrome wheel and tyre £500. No part ex. From mot's mileage is genuine at 47687 miles. .....
When previously sold by the well known Classic & Sportscar Centre of Malton Yorks in 2015, our MGC was described as ‘A truly outstanding, fully rebuilt MGC Roadster which is an original home market UK car that was supplied to JRJ Mansbridge Limited, Lincoln on the 12th February 1968. GVL 249F was .....