4610 Pet Lane
This 1975 MG MGB keeps its cool classic style and adds plenty of the right upgrades. So look over everything from the slick paint to the well-done interior, and you soon see well-priced and well-done driver's classic.
The first thing you notice about this car is the paint. You could get many shades of red on an MG, but nothing quite like this. It's an update later in life to a dark metallic red, which has a sleek modern shine and an ideal color. After all, it's a speedy red, but with a deeper tone that goes nicely with the deep black bumpers and crisp black convertible top. Plus, when the light hits the sheetmetal, the metallic element really radiates (exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly convertible.) It's a truly smooth and distinct road machine.
A car like this is meant to be open to the world, so we know you noticed the seats. After all, the upgrade to cloth on the high back buckets means this is the one you can hop in on a sunny day and not worry if you're wearing shorts. And hopping in and going for a drive is exactly what this convertible was made to do. The shifter is at the ideal spot for your right hand, and the three-spoke steering wheel feels grippy in your left hand. Beyond that is a full set of crisp gauges with a large speedo and tach.
The engine bay looks good with a tidy setup and nice extras, including polished components and a color-matched valve cover. The 1800cc motor fires up with the kind of gusto that signals this one has been well-maintained. And the four-speed manual transmission has a smooth action that gives you full control over the motor. These are known for their nimble handling. Plus, power brakes w/discs up front and modern Michelin tires deliver a nice all-around driving experience.
This is the sharp-looking classic convertible that's priced right. So don't miss this deal, call today!
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