THIS IS AN AWESOME EXAMPLE OF A 1960 MG. THIS CAR IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION FOR A 60 MODEL CAR. THE PAINT AND ALL THE GLASS, RUBBER, ETC. ARE GOOD. THE WIRE WHEELS HAVE BRAND NEW POWDER COAT WITH NEW TIRES. THE BRAKES ARE NEW AND THE CAR RUNS AND DRIVES. NEW FUEL LINES, GAS TANK, CARBS REBUILT, TUNED UP, AND MORE.THE INTERIOR IS VERY NICE AS WELL. THE CAR DOESNT APPEAR TO HAVE ANY RUST AND HAS BEEN A TEXAS CAR. A RARE COUPE HARD TOP MG AND A TRUE COLLECTABLE. TROPHYMOTORS.COM830-606-1129
1960 MG A Roadster This project 1960 MG A Roadster shown here in light green with black interior is equipped with a manual transmission, dual carburetors, solid wheels and includes the soft top. A excellent original blue plate California car with tremendous potential for full restoration. For $5,950 , This project 1960 MG A Roadster shown here in light green with black interior is equipped with a manual transmission, dual carburetors, solid wheels and includes the soft top. A excellent original blue plate California car with tremendous potential for full restoration.
1960 MG A Roadster This 1960 MG A Roadster is available in light grey with a red interior. It is equipped with a manual transmission, dual carburetors, solid wheels, soft top, side curtains and includes the spare tire. An excellent original car which is available in a beautiful color scheme. For $10,750 , This 1960 MG A Roadster is available in light grey with a red interior. It is equipped with a manual transmission, dual carburetors, solid wheels, soft top, side curtains and includes the spare tire. An excellent original car which is available in a beautiful color scheme.
Just finished. Excellent body (look at the reflections in the paint), just painted in BMC GN29 dark BRG, fenders removed and new fender welting installed, new seals and gaskets, new dust shields, new door seals and chrome end caps, excellent chassis, disc brakes, strong early 1800cc MGB engine (a note about this conversion....as an early B engine, it is visually virtually identical to the 1600cc MGA it replaces including the external tach drive and connection to the MGA's original mechanical tachometer, something 1965-1980 MGB engines did not have. This engine offers more power, greater flexibility, a higher degree of reliability AND with 101,000 MGAs built, let's face reality, perfect 'originality' will never be a negative factor in MGA ownership, collectibility, or resale value. Sure, in a TC/TD/TF, maybe but not in an MGA)...our tests, 80 psi oil pressure when warm, 150-155 psi compression in every cylinder, zero smoke cold or hot, all factory 'perfect,' just tuned and balanced twin SUs, new black seats, carpets, interior panels, near new top (a bit wrinkled, from being folded, in the photos but will even out in the sun), new side curtains, wire wheels, mostly new chrome and trim, painted and detailed dash, spotless trunk compartment, new jack and knock off hammer, new chrome knock offs, nicely detailed engine bay....while the early (and notoriously unreliable) early twin cams were rated at 108hp, later twin cams...with reduced compression ratio....were rated at 100hp.....and an early B engine was rated at 98hp giving this car a lot of flexibility and overall performance. Something most MGA's seem to lack in comparison with their period competitor, the TR3A. No fender mirrors installed BUT the car is supplied with two new Lucas style mirrors....the new owner can have them installed (by us) anywhere they wish. On the road, as perfect a driving MGA as one can imagine, transmission is quiet, has excellent synchromesh (not a rattle bucket as in most MGAs....I mean, they ARE 55 year old cars and few have had their transmissions rebuilt), strong and smooth, tight steering, excellent brakes, smooth ride, no wonder that a good, strong running MGA is just about the perfect compromise in a classic English sports car. Fresh oil and filter, trans and diff oils checked, lubed, valves adjusted, timing set, ready to drive anywhere.
The last of the '67 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP notchback coupes known as "Little Red" is set for restoration
A very nice three owner car, very clean body and paint (n Old English White), mostly new black interior (with white piping), wire wheels, excellent dash with all working original gauges, mostly new chrome, good top, really needs nothing for general use or low key show use. Chrome luggage rack, racing seat belts, wind wings, wing mirrors, MG mats, and new tonneau. And, as a 1600, has disc brakes, a more powerful engine (will easily cruise at 60-80 mph), with superb handling, brakes, steering, and ride. Really, in many way, the best all around compromise in a classic English sports car.
Quite a find.....ALWAYS in Texas, absolutely rust and bondo free, as perfect an original body as we have ever seen. With very good old English white paint. And all new red leather interior. Excellent mechanicals.....145-150 psi compression in every cylinder, 65 psi oil pressure when warm, zero smoke, perfect running, quiet gearbox (even in 1st and reverse gears), all original gauges work, original wiring harness is in very good condition, very good chrome, wire wheels with new splines, hardware, and chrome knock offs, very good top and side curtains, as straight and clean an original unmolested car as one could imagine finding. Curiously, NEVER had a heater, was originally an option this car didn't get Want a heater? No problem....easily and readily installed. But why bother? The 1600 offers a perfect compromise in a classic sports car.....with its 83hp engine and disc brakes, will cruise nicely (and this car has an oil cooler ensuring cooler running) at 70, 80, or more mph. Excellent ride, sensational steering and handling, inherently reliable and easy to service, and (how can I forget) beautiful body lines. One of the prettiest classic sports cars of all. It literally is like going back in time.......a beautiful classic car ideal for general use.
Just in from Texas.....good looking, great driving car. Engine: 175 psi compression in very cylinder, zero smoke cold or hot, 65 psi oil pressure....this is just about as good as ANY MGA, regardless of rebuild history, invoices, etc. Really 'perfect.' Also, excellent trans and clutch, front end is nice and tight, new springs, new shocks, new disc rotors, all checked and lubed. 15" wire wheels with all new splined hubs and chrome knock offs. We just installed new front bushings, springs, shocks, and rotors. Paint is quite nice from the perspective of a 'driver.' And sufficiently clean for low key local shows. Same with interior and top....all in good condition. All gauges work, wiring and electrics seem to be in good condition, chrome seems to be fairly new, and the overall 'look' is of a nice, clean car. Also.. heater, starts instantly, runs strongly, and being a 1600 has the larger, more powerful engine and disc brakes. A nice car for the money.
1960 MGA VIN GANL79753 Red Color The motor is the 1600. Restored in 1978 (paint and interior only) Mileage is 76579, only put 5,000 - 7,000 in the 40 years of ownership. Engine is the original engine. Pics available upon request. She has the top, but it has been rolled up for many years and will probably need the fabric replaced. Interior is in good condition, but could use some TLC on the seats and carpet. It is black leather with a walnut dash. Asking price is $28,000 Or Best Offer. Thanks for the interest!