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The MGB is a great classic because it delivers that vintage motoring feeling for a value price. So it's easy to love this one, because it has a distinct color combo, plenty of the right accessories, and a clean presentation that tells you it has been treated with care.
The blue on this MGB instantly sets it apart. It has a bright look that instantly endears it to a sunny-day friend like this convertible. Clear headlights, full-length trim, and upgraded minilite-style wheels continue this good look of a well-respected classic. But what we really like is the distinct dual stripe package. Not only does the black stand out against the blue, but it makes those black rubber bumpers look like they were part of a well-coordinated two-tone from the factory. And that's especially true with the black roof in place.
When you take the top down, it reveals a whole new dynamic. Light beige interiors always look good on convertible, and they tend to keep cooler in direct sunlight. There's an AM/FM/CD stereo cleanly installed so you can listen to your favorite road trip music. And this one really is meant for the driver. The gearstick falls exactly where you want your right hand to be. There's an upgraded wood-rimmed three-spoke sports steering wheel, and beyond that is the full gauge panel with large speedo and tach.
MG's 1800cc four-cylinder is a hardy unit known for delivering robust performance. Plus, this one has an upgraded dual barrel carburetor and Pierce manifold. The reason why we love these MGBs is because they know how to deliver the feeling of being in-tune with the road. Nimble steering, a peppy motor, and the control of a four-speed manual transmission are all key to this package. Plus, you have modern Cooper tires and power brakes w/discs up front.
Complete with maintenance records, this has the look of distinction and the feeling of driver fun. So when a classic you want is also the one you can afford, the decision is easy. Call today!!!
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