SORRY FOLKS JUST SOLD......Daily driver 66 MGB both tops + tonneau cover, nice interior, sport wheels, contrasting piping on seats, wire wheels, engine upgrades, tidy engine compartment, chrome luggage rack, ANSA exhaust for a sweet tone.Thecarbar.comSales & ServiceFor over 40 years
1966 MG MGB Convertible 1800cc engine is strong and the clutch is tight. The carbs were just rebuilt, complete tune-up was just performed (distributor, cap, rotor, wires & plug) and brake reservoir and master cylinder was replaced. The interior is in great condition. The paint is a 5 on a 10 scale. The frame and floor board are solid. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1966 MG MGB Convertible. If you are looking for clean and fun classic convertible then this MGB is ready for the summer. The engine is strong and the clutch is tight. The carbs were just rebuilt and a complete tune-up was just performed (distributor, cap, rotor, wires & plug). The interior is in great condition. The paint is a 5 on a 10 scale (priced accordingly). The frame and floor board are solid. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1966 MG MGB Convertible sat for 22 years in airconditioned garage - reason for parking: transmission dropped 2nd gear. Work completed to enjoy driving (comes with documented history): Rebuilt transmission - installed New clutch assembly Cleaned up engine bay. Did some touch up painting, but trying to keep the 66 patina Gear reduction starter - the original starter gave up Spin on oil filter conversion (makes changing the oil easier) Major tune up - plugs, wires, points, condenser, rotor, low tension lead and new cap Checked the valve adjustment Oil and filter change Greased the front suspension Checked diff fluid New oil seals, paper gaskets and 0 ring gaskets in the rear axle assembly Installed new rear wheel cylinders and flex hose Rebuilt brake master New clutch master (Original type with metal bowl) Rebuilt slave cylinder and installed new hoses New front brake calipers, pads, hoses and hardware all new Dot 4 brake fluid Installed one new 6 volt and one used 6 volt battery. Installed 4 new 175/70x14 tires and tubes - having the wire wheels checked for true The MG has a stainless steel exhaust system Has a new wiring harness, everything works except turn signals and may be the flasher New top and new tonneau cover Here is things that should be done: -Front suspension needs new bushings. The kingpins are ok -The rear end makes a little clunking, but I do not think it is anything serious but have not driven it enough to verify. After swapping the tires, will drive a little more. -The tach is not quite correct, maybe 300 rpm off. May be able to adjust loop in back of tach to correct. Please Note The Following Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today Easy To List Your Vehicle and Get it Sold in Record Time.
Just in and a wonderful car.... just about my ideal for an early MGB.Excellent body, beautiful paint, $1,400 worth of new interior and leather seats, a $500 wood grained dashboard, brand new top, all new chrome, spotless trunk compartment,
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A beautiful ex California, rust free MGB, went over all of the edges with my kitchen magnet, stuck everywhere....no indication of plastic filler anywhere. With essentially perfect floors and sills.84,000 authentic miles since new, engine rebuilt at 62,000 miles. UNUSUALLY powerful, free revving, stays at 65 psi oil pressure when warm, no smoke, one of the 'liveliest' MGBs I have ever driven. New SU carbs, new fuel tank, and an excellent clutch and gearbox....no slippage, no chatter, no 'sizzle' in the shift lever, excellent synchromesh, overall, fairly close to 'as new.'Has wire wheels, interior has been redone and exactly as original, can see a new radiator, new oil cooler, has new springs, rebuilt front end (king pins and bushings), this is a superb, ready for show MGB that should offer the next owner many years of wonderful classic sports car driving.What else? New convertible top, excellent chrome, excellent original cloth covered wiring harness, new stereo/CD, zero rust in the nicely painted trunk compartment, and..........yes, we could easily remove the roll bar and attend to any other details a future owner wishes. We even can fit a powerful supplemental heater and hardtop making this a very useful car in cold weather (as I have found, after fitting those two items to my own 1965 MGB....nice and warm and comfy even on a 10 or 20 degree day) and extending the use from eight or nine months to a full twelve months a year.The best of the best of MGBs, a pre 1968 steel dash car with wire wheels and in excellent rust free condition.
Blue with Black w/Red piping trim interior. Creme colored soft top and cockpit cover. Original California car. Acquired from original owner in 1974 and has been in my family since. Resided in Palo Alto from 1974 to 1993. Driven north to Spokane, WA in 1993 as a retirement restoration project. Driven south to SoCal in 2004 for weekend drives. Garaged since 2009 with occasional outings. Needs a home where it will be appreciated. All maintenance, rebuilds, etc. receipts since 1974. Lots of mechanical care and a straight body with no rust.