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There aren't many better ways to get into a British roadster than this 1972 MGB convertible. It has classic good looks in a car that doesn't cost a fortune to acquire or maintain. So it's the ideal vintage roadster for the purist who enjoys driving their classic.
It's easy to see why these cars are so popular. The sleek European lines with just the right amount of chrome give an MGB like this one a confidently regal appearance. And speaking of regal, these always look quite smart in blue. Classic MG lovers know this was one of the last years to have the more desirable chrome bumpers that hug the form front and rear. Plus, the addition of iconic minilite-style wheels adds to this car's sporty distinction.
We all know a car like this was meant to be open to the world, and the tan interior is great against the exterior blue. We like these cars because they're built for the driver. That means a high-back bucket seat, crisp-action shifter, and an upgraded wood-rimmed sports steering wheel. The dash is dominated by a full set of Smiths gauges with a large speedometer and tachometer, as well as dials for other vitals such as oil, fuel, and water. And if the weather isn't ideal for wind-in-your-hair motoring, full roll-up windows and an easy one-handed folding top are quite convenient.
MG's 1800cc motor is a hardy unit that was in service for many years. That means parts and upgrades are readily available and affordable. This one even has some nice upgrades like a Flame Thrower coil, electric pusher fan, and separate transmission cooler. The four-speed transmission helps the engine stay in its power sweet-spot. Plus, you have the control of front disc brakes and wide modern Bridgestone tires.
This is a desirable year and a desirable look for a timeless British classic. Time to get your hands on this MGB. Call today!!!
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