According to the Heritage Trust Factory Record supplied, this MGA was built
on 18th January 1960 and despatched from the Works at Abingdon 4 days later,
destined, like the bulk of production, for North America.
Earlier this year the car was repatriated and underwent extensive
restoration, which included conversion to right hand drive. Almost £7,000
has been spent on the car in the past six months and it is now of fine
appearance with excellent panel fit and gaps. Finished in Chariot Red with
black interior trim and fitted with the optional wire wheels, the
specification remains as it was in 1960.
A genuine, correct 'matching numbers' example of this sought after model,
the car drives faultlessly and it only being offered for sale due to an ever
growing collection and the recent acquisition of a highly original MGA Twin
Numerous photos of the work being undertaken are supplied, along with a
number of bills and the aforementioned Heritage Sheet.
For more information and to make an appointment to view please call me on the details below.
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,.....