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Waimak Classic Cars

PO Box 373 Rangiora 7440 North Canterbury New Zealand

Waimak Classic Cars

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The MGB was greeted with great excitement when it was launched in 1962. It was the latest in a long line of sports cars from the British carmaker, that had come to define the very essence of what a sports car should be. The MGB also caused a sensation because it was such a shift away from MG tradition. It’s ...

150,071
New Zealand

Price is NZD45000.00 This car is in very nice condition. Three owners - NZ New Good body and paint Runs and drivers very well - tight car. This TD is an easy car to drive, with a conventional pedal lay-out and a familiar gearshift pattern, and really, despite its age, it’s no more intimidating ...

3,357
New Zealand

The MGB GT is arguably one of Britain’s best-loved classics. In 1975, the V8 received the rubber bumpers, despite the fact that the car was never exported to the US. It was a tasty recipe; that and with being Britain’s best-loved classic car, you can certainly be safe in the knowledge that parts for these little ...

98,456
New Zealand

The MGB GT in rubber-bumpered form is still your cheapest way into 'B ownership. Given how aghast aficionados were at its Federalised bumpers at the time of its launch, we can see how that's happened. But it's funny how the passage of time has really softened those controversial looks - a testament to the design department ...

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New Zealand

The MGB GT in rubber-bumpered form is still your cheapest way into 'B ownership. Chassis: GHD5426380G NZ New - last owner before us 23 years Very original car Original Certificate of Registration Available Body and paint in good order Upholstery, carpets, seats, hood lining, door cards, ...

101,000
New Zealand

Good to look at, fun to drive, amazing parts availability, the archetypal classic roadster. The B was an epochal car for MG. During its 18-year production run, it became the world's best-selling sports car, and went on to define the concept of the open-topped British sports car for enthusiasts across the world. And ...

New Zealand

The MGB is a remarkable car. It deserves to be at the top of the shopping list for anybody who is looking for a classic sports car, that is practical and affordable, as well as stylish. Given a straight choice, most people would plump for the early all-chrome grille as their favourite but for a car that was in production ...

New Zealand

The B was an epochal car for MG. During its 18-year production run, it became the world's best-selling sports car, and went on to define the concept of the open-topped British sports car for enthusiasts across the world. And since it went out of production in 1980 (by which time, it was already a classic), an entire support ...

New Zealand

The fixed-roof MGB GT was introduced in October 1965. Production continued until 1980. The MGB GT sported a ground-breaking greenhouse designed by Pininfarina and launched the sporty hatchback style. By combining the sloping rear window with the rear deck lid, the MGB GT offered the utility of a station wagon while ...

New Zealand

An MGB is a fun classic sports car to own and drive. The MGB GT in rubber-bumpered form is still your cheapest way into 'B ownership. Given how aghast aficionados were at its Federalised bumpers at the time of its launch, we can see how that's happened. But it's funny how the passage of time has really softened those ...

New Zealand

CAR DESCRIPTION A Classic British sports car with an international history! MG’s new MGA first saw the light of day in 1955 and was a huge breath of fresh air for the Abingdon marque. With the MGA, BMC brought their every man’s sports car ahead by two decades in one swoop. PROVENANCE This car’s first ...

New Zealand

Why is the MGB such a favorite with classic car hobbyists? The answer is simple: It is good-looking, fun to drive and easy to maintain. These are the same reasons the MGB, with a few changes, was successful in the new-car market for nearly two decades. Today, good examples are not impossible to find but getting harder. ...

New Zealand

A great & affordable enthusiast's sports car. The MGB GT coupe is a car that I've always been attracted to, it's classy, chic and a great deal of fun to drive around town. Easy & straightforward to work on and inexpensive to maintain. The B was an epochal car for MG. During its 18-year production run, it became the ...

New Zealand