With its more unique styling, nimble handling, and extra practicality, this 1973 MGB GT is one of those great classics you never need much convincing to enjoy... especially at this affordable price. An MGB GT dressed in an Italian-style deep red just seems appropriate. After all, these hatchback coupes had a bit more flair than the roadsters thanks to an update by Pininfarina. But beyond this Italian update is the British style we all love. The sleek lines with just the right amount of chrome give these earlier MGBs like this one a confidently regal appearance. The later cars trade in their chrome grille and chrome rear bumpers for black plastic units, so this one appreciates its history with well-maintained bright work. Even the sweeping trim line runs unbroken over the whole profile. And the Rostyle wheels are also such a part of this icon that youll love to see a fresh set of these alloys on the coupe. Those familiar with the roadster will feel right at home hopping into the GT. The entire inside envelops the driver like a second skin. The space between the three-spoke wheel and the wood grain stick shift is exceptionally close for comfortable and quick performance. The driver gets 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. Plus, there have been some nice upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo and bucket seats finished in cloth. What really makes the GT distinctive is behind these buckets. The hatchback gives you genuine luggage space and versatility that the roadster never could. This gives you the versatility to pack all the toys you want for any weekend getaway. Lift the hood to see the peppy 1800cc motor. While this looks authentic right down to the British Leyland valve cover there also nice signs of improvement. For example, this motor now inhales through a Weber carb properly mounted on a Pierce intake manifold. Theres a surefooted feeling on the road thanks to front disc brakes and new Goodyear tires. So this coupe has the kind of investment that just begs for the open road, and thats exactly what an MGB GT is all about. The sound of the motor, the slickness of the four-speed gearbox, and unmatched tight handling will make it your favorite classic. This is a distinctive coupe thats far rarer than its roadster siblings, and it even has the bold red to stand out further. So when something so desirable is also affordable, you need to hurry up on this deal. Call now!
Now available in our Philadelphia location is a 1973 MG MGB Roadster. There are only a handful of cars that can deliver this driving experience. Thirty years after the last Bs rolled out of MG s factory in Abingdon, there s room for a fresh perspective. Instead of knocking MG for falling behind the times, we might recognize the company for keeping the British sports car alive. These efforts were not in vain, as the later Bs sold respectably in the United States. There may have been faster and more modern cars on the market, but the rubber-bumper MGB offered the traditional thrills of a British roadster to a whole new generation. This one is in classic White with a black vinyl interior and convertible top. It has a four-speed transmission that delivers that true driving experience. In the mid 70 s these cars were a popular choice with young America. They were known for their economical gas mileage and maintenance schedule and were a common sight on the road. This little roadster has allot left in the tank and will give its new owners plenty of enjoyment. To view this 1973 MG MGB in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com
For Sale now in our Dallas Showroom is this clean 1973 MG MGB. This little Daytona blue beauty is in great condition and would be a fun driver around town. This car is powered by a 1980 spec 1.8L, accented by new carburetors and free flowing exhaust header, runs great, and does not need lead additive like the original motors required! 1973 was the last great year for the MGBs, accented by beautiful chrome bumpers front and rear, before crash safety standards required rubber bumpers. The body has been recently painted in a beautiful Daytona Blue, accented with original wire wheels! The interior of this beautiful MG is a black vinyl and looks great. The interior on the car has been restored to appear original and was done very well. In the trunk you will find the original knock off hammer for the wire wheels, a spare tire, and parade boot. This car would make for a great daily driver for anyone that has a weak spot for the British classics. To view this 1973 MG MGB in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom at 817-310-9400 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
1973 MGB Mark III convertible modified with a 1986 Mazda 13B Rotary engine with electronic distributor and Holley 4 barrel carburetor and matched with a Mazda 5 speed manual transmission with racing clutch. Additional upgrades include roll bar, painted front rubber air dam, four point seat belts, cast iron rear end, Alum Mag wheels with P205/60R14 tires, 12 volt engine cooling fan, single 12 volt battery with battery disconnect behind pass seat, newer soft top, new exhaust system,removable face plate stereo with speakers, 3/4 inch sway bars front and rear, truck arms installed at rear leaf springs, modified drive shaft. The vehicle body was totally repaired and repainted Aqua Blue. Mileage unknown - broken speedometer replaced after purchase. I have had this vehicle 8 years and it has been well kept and garage kept.
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1973 MG MGB CONVERTIBLE THIS MGB IS MOST LIKELY ONE OF THE BEST ONES YOU WILL EVER SEE.IT RUNS AND DRIVES NEW.THE INTERIOR AND SOFT TOP ARE PERFECT.MAKE AN INVESTMENT AND ENJOY. -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
1973 MG MGB MarkIII convertible Roadster in great condition. Beautiful low miles Red British classic with Black top and Black interior. This car is fun to drive. Runs great, drives great and sounds great. Very desirable chrome bumper model built by British Leyland LTD. NEW top. big 1798cc 4 cylinder four-speed manual gearbox with a non-synchromesh, straight-cut first gear and optional electically engaged overdrive Twin 1.5-inch (38 mm) SU carburettors performance air cleaners but includes factory original air cleaners too. Grille mounted oil cooler Correct Bosch headlights 5 factory correct MG wheels on correct Bridgestone tires Factory correct tools and jack same owner for past 20 years comes with Washington collector vehicle plate so never pay tabs again -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
Car Located in Arizona.1973 MGB GT "chrome bumper"clean title, rust free Arizona car. Drivetrain has been completely torn down and rebuilt. Both trans and engine have all new internals. Engine rebuilt with high performance mild lift camshaft. Electrical components have all been redone. (Running single modern 12v battery w/ safety cut off switch). Updated ignition system running pertronix flame thrower electronic distributor and high output pertronix coil. Electronic fuel pump has been added. Brake components are all new, clutch disc, pressure plate and flywheel all new, Paint was done around 2 years ago, very good shine to it. 1.8 inline 4 cylinder paired with a new Weber 32/36 carburetor and a 4 speed gearbox about 1500 miles have been put on it since rebuild. Great fun little car. Have to sell due to having issues getting in and out of the car. Only issue with car is its missing a headliner and the interior could use some repairs but still in great shape.Please Note The FollowingVehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Long IslandPlease Call First for location and talk to one of our reps at 516 376 3471 FREE Consignments!! Car stays in your garage while we do all the work ..Get it Sold in Record Time. We make selling your car a top priority. With your car on over 50 different sites for maximum exposure all for FREE!!We assist in financing, negotiating and shipping world wide for your convenience and for the buyers convenience which is why we sell your car in record time! Www.Dp9Motors.Com
This car is refurbished to be a daily driver. There has been over $22,000 spent in parts and labor. Body was taken down to metal and repainted. New top and interior(carpets, seats ect.). Invoices are available upon request. Purchase includes an aftermarket hard top. Head turning, fun car to drive. No hesitation to put the top down and drive 60 miles to the shore. Please email only for inquiry.
Just arrived from down South.....rust free chassis, floors, etc....recently repainted in white, very good original black interior. Last owner told us engine had been recently rebuilt....our rests, 155 psi compression in every cylinder, 70 psi oil pressure, zero smoke....would seem to confirm.. He also told us the clutch was new, front end rebuilt and brakes redone...all work perfectly. Oil cooler, Weber carb, new Sony stereo/CD with USB input, tonneau, spotless trunk, all new splined hubs and chrome knock offs, 14" center lock wire wheels, runs and drives great. Nice car and a 1973 is one of the best years for an MGB....chrome bumpers, glove box, face level air vents, all synchromesh transmission.
A nice example, well serviced, no indications of vices......... Excellent body, rust free, seems to have been repainted once (in original Burgundy), most new black interior, mostly new chrome, new top, a lot of work recently done: rebuilt front end and brakes, new alternator, new coil, rebuilt SU carbs. Our tests: 175 psi compression in every cylinder, 70 psi oil pressure, zero smoke, excellent synchromesh, tight steering and front end, runs and drives very well. Looking underneath, appears to have excellent floors and inner sills. A nice, tight, solid, 42 year old classic sports car. New wood dashboard, new Sony stereo/CD with USB input, oil cooler, very clean trunk, excelent wiring, starts instantly, runs perfectly (using a bit of poetic license), even the washers work. For the money, the best all around MGB....face level air vents, all synchromesh transmission, pre rubber bumpers, modern controls, and a lot of fun to drive.
A nice, clean Southern car......excellent body, very presentable original paint (deep blue), 49,000 validated miles (title lists mileage as 'actual'), excellent drive train, 140-145 psi compression in every cylinder, 75 psi oil pressure, excellent wiring and electrics, checked over brakes, front end, steering, all fluids, has a fairly new stainless steel exhaust, near new premium Dunlop 185/75 radials, , wire wheels, new wood dashboard, modern stereo/CD, new convertible top, good tonneau, seats just done (in Autumn leaf as are panels and carpets), mostly new chrome, starts instantly, runs perfectly, ready to be driven anywhere.During a careful examination, we found new brake flex lines, new wheel cylinders and adjusters, new wheel bearings, a lot of indications of a properly serviced car. Because, in truth, the bulk of these cars are poorly serviced, abused, and neglected. But not this car (last owner was a trained mechanic)(and yes, excellent floors and battery boxes, no bad surprises)Nice MGB.And the 1973s were a very good year for MGBs...face level air vents (making it easy to install a/c), glove box (something 1968-1971 MGBs didn't have), twin SUs (for more power), chrome bumpers, improved cooling and electrical systems, all synchromesh transmission, stronger back axle, etc.These are wonderful cars that offer a true classic 'feel' combined with contemporary performance. With smooth power up to 100+ mph, disc brakes, precise steering, very comfortable ride, rattle free monocoque chassis/body, and very nice styling. All reasons an MGB, a GOOD MGB, is just about the best compromise in a small, not very expensive sports car.
Nice car....nothing special but, then again, nothing wrong.Went over the edges with a magnet, no bondo, excellent floors, nice paint, very good interior....down the road, zero smoke, 70 psi oil pressure, good performance, didn't miss a beat. Excellent clutch, no slipping or chatter, smooth acceleration, excellent synchromesh, all gauges working, best overall comment is: no surprises, does what you expect.Has wire wheels with 175/5 radials, working stereo, can't find any rust anywhere, top is fine, as our least expensive MGB, doesn't disappoint in any way. A steam clean here, some interior cleaning there, would make a very nice fair weather classic sports car.
1973 MGB Roadster - Convertible. Chrome bumper model. 4 speed stick shift. Restored by the previous owners at a cost of over $15,000. there loss your gain. only 3,412 miles ago. New paint, Most chrome new, New convertible top, New DLX honey tan interior seats, carpet, tires, full tonneau cover, New suspension, New clutch, New hoses/belts, lots of restoration receipts, mechanically gone through, engine, trans, electrics, New fuel pump, rebuilt starter, New brakes, EST.EST. all detailed to show quality. Vin #. GHN5UD301891.