Selling on behalf of private owner, this two seater British classic is very near concourse condition following a fully comprehensive rebuild in 2003, including a heritage shell. The condition of this car is outstanding and the restoration work has been done to a very high standard. The current owner is only selling due to purchasing an Abingdon (his dream car) so the MG is now for sale.
We would strongly advise interested parties to come and view with any inspection welcome, however the following is in our opinion an accurate overview of the cars current condition. More photo’s will be added once the weather improves
From the moment you cast eyes on this car you can see how well the restoration work was done. The paintwork is near flawless with a very deep shine, complimenting the superb panel gaps and laser straight bodywork. The only current issue is the hood frame, which is stiff, and some damage to the hood cover. The owner accidently tore the fabric so has agreed to replace the hood and frame as part of the sale. This would then bring the body to near concourse condition. The chrome is first class throughout, including the wire wheels
Again, the interior is immaculate and spotless with no obvious issues. This was again all fully refurbished during the cars restoration in 2003.
The MG runs and drives, as you would expect considering the high level of refurbishment work done. The owner has kept it well serviced and maintained regardless of cost and the engine bay is in pristine condition. Mileage stands at just 15640 and represents the mileage covered since the full restoration back in 2003
This 1971 Roadster is absolutely stunning and appears to need nothing. The only known fault is the hood and frame but as advised, the current owner will replace this as part of the sale. I really recommend that you come and view this car, you will not be disappointed.
Viewings strictly by appointment as the car is still with the owner and therefore interested buyers will need to contact us in the first instance. Transport can be arranged throughout the UK and a deposit is required on sale with the balance due on or before day of collection.
Please contact me with any questions.
We are a small independent classic car specialist in the village of historic village of Brewood in South Staffordshire. We have over 30 years experience in everything related to classics.
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