Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Iconic, fun, and affordable, this 1975 MG MGB is the nimble British droptop that instantly reminds you why you love driving from the moment it catches your eye.
The factory-correct Damask Red is a great color to have. After all, a convertible always looks good in red, and the deeper tones of this one give it that right hint of European sophistication. This was refreshed later in life, and so there is still quite a nice gloss and shine - exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly drop-top. Plus, there's more shine in the full-length side trim, and this also highlights the straightness of the body panels. You also get more polish in details like the exhaust tips and iconic Rostyle wheels. The darker red also is a nice tone to go with the black on the bumpers and a well-fitting newer convertible top. So this is a car of distinction even when the roof is in place.
As good as this might look with the roof up, we all really know the secret to enjoyment is when the top is stowed. The interior offers a deep and dark presentation to make sure this has a very well-coordinated color appeal inside and out. This is set up exactly how you want a driver's machine to be. The bucket seats have newer covers, the carpeting feels fresh/plush, the grippy sport steering wheel gives you a good view of the Smiths gauges, and the gearstick is in the right place for you to rest your hand. It all makes for the feeling of a solid car that's ready to hit the road.
Under the hood is a correct 1798cc motor. This is known to be a stout powerplant, and the way it fires up readily confirms it. The best part of this setup is that you get to take full advantage of this peppy motor with the four-speed manual transmission. And because you have power brakes w/discs up front, the grip of modern Michelin tires, and MG's nimble handling, this one is ready for your favorite open road.
This is the iconic British drop-top offered with the right style and substance to be a proper driving classic... and it's all for an affordable price. Don't miss this deal, call today!
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