4610 Pet Lane
This 1971 MGB is the car for those who like something extra with their classic cars. It has extra shine from the paint, extra comfort from the interior, and an overall extra feeling of care from its restoration.
This car makes a terrific first impression. It was restored 1,500 miles ago, and the freshness really shows. The factory Flame Red paint has been expertly re-applied to deliver a deep luster and hard shine, and that's exactly what you want in a sunshine-friendly drop-top. Since this is a chrome bumper car, they also took the time to get this desirable feature to shine like mirrors in the front and rear. Plus, you'll love the details, like the crisp new convertible top, new rear luggage rack and the bright full-length trim that showcases how straight the sheetmetal is. And we're especially fond of the wheels. They are genuine wire wheels with knock-off hubs, which is exactly what you want on a European classic of distinction.
While the black roof looks nice against the red, it gets even better when you take it down. This reveals a tan interior, and that has timeless elegance against the red. And just like the exterior, there have been proper investments made here to keep it looking and feeling great. The bucket seats are supple, the carpeting is fresh, and the panels feel crisp. Plus, there are nice upgrades like cup holders and a newer stereo that has an aux input for your iPod. And what you'll really love is how this is a true driver's machine. You slip behind an upgraded Les Leston wood steering wheel, and the matching gearstick is exactly where you want your right hand to be. And in front of you are clear proper Smiths gauges with the large speedo and tach.
The 1800cc motor has the correct stampings to believe its original, and just like the rest of the car, the engine bay has been dressed with extra flair. The red detailing against the gloss black valve cover, gloss black details, and fresh red plug wires all make the engine bay look nice in this red roadster. You'll also see more nice investments in key areas, like the radiator and electronic ignition. The motor fires up eagerly, and the twin set of SU carbs helps deliver healthy power to the road. And you get to control it all with the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, the classic nimble steering, front disc brakes, and modern Tiger Paw tires come together to give you an excellent reason to enjoy this droptop on the open road.
When something this well-done is also so affordably-priced you know it's a total package that will be back on the road soon. So don't miss out, call today!
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