Laguna Classic Cars Automotive Art
2171 Laguna Canyon Rd
Laguna Beach, CA
Laguna Beach, CA
This MGB exudes pride of ownership and is turn-key, ready to be enjoyed. The history of the car is known from new because the current owner purchased the car from his brother whom acquired it from the first owner. The 31052 miles on the car is consistent with the overall excellent condition of the car which shows very little wear or age. The MGB has its original engine and transmission and they have been very well maintained since new. The original color white paint has been carefully resprayed, the interior is in excellent condition with no rips or tears except a small crack in the center of the dashboard cover. Everything on the car works including the gauges, the clock, the windows, turn signals, and lights. Mechanically the car is also in excellent condition with new brakes, fresh California smog certification, newer tires, 3 year old catalytic converter, dual electric cooling fans, and almost new soft top. The car is equipped with a 4 speed manual transmission, power front disc brakes, AM/FM/sound system with Bluetooth compatibility, seat and shoulder belts, soft top, spare tire with cover, tonneau cover and jack and lug wrench. The MG drives as well as it looks. The engine starts easily, accelerates well (for 100 hp!), the clutch and gearbox operate in harmony, the steering is direct and has no play, and the braking is straight and predictable. This is a stunning and reliable car that has been very well maintained and shows pride of ownership. It is easy to operate and drive and a real head turner! This vehicle is consigned for sale by a motivated seller, comes with a clean California title.
Low rate financing is available with rates as low as 3.5% APR with approved credit. You can apply directly on our website (www.lagunaclassiccars.com) by clicking on the "Financing" tab.
We can also arrange delivery to almost anywhere.
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