4610 Pet Lane
Bold look, genuine vintage status, and a great all-around price make this 1964 MG MGB a true value for open-top motoring.
This car has a unique look. The yellow is bolder than even the Snapdragon color that came on later MGBs. And speaking of later cars, this one has the sporty triple-stripe package with MGB callouts that was seen on the final series, too. This black accent really looks terrific against the yellow and coordinates with the black steelie wheel and black convertible top. And while this is quite distinct, it's especially noteworthy because this is a genuine Series I car that's made to look like standout model from a later series. The advantage of that is you still get the more delicate front end with plenty of brightwork. That coordinates nicely with the full-length trim, form-fitting rear bumper, and the two-piece trim of the wheels.
Since the black accessory color looks so nice against the exterior, you're going to love the all-back interior. After all, a car like this was meant to be open to the world, and so it's great to have such a nicely executed color combo inside an out. The upgraded theme continues inside with pieces like the center console and the AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input for your iPod. But you also get to see more advantages of having a Series I car. It includes the artful classic steering wheel and the crisp Smiths gauges.
Lift the hood to see the bright cover and big dual side draft carbs of the legendary 1800cc motor. This looks to be quite a correct and stock setup. That's ideal for easy parts availability and good power for this lightweight car. Of course, the best performance always requires you. These cars are so appealing because it requires you participate by taking full control with the four-speed manual transmission. When you're out on the road this has the quintessential British car nimbleness. This agility also includes good stopping power with front disc brakes.
You're looking at a distinct take on an absolute classic. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry and call today!
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