This beautiful Vermillion early chrome bumper MGB Roadster is straight and not rusty with no indication of rust history.The car just received a new clutch,and engine service.The most attractive part of this car is absence of rust and rust repair.The body panel gaps are straight with straight body panels.The transmission is quiet.The soft top is good,the tonneau is new.The interior is good withgood seat and carpets. Review the pictures,if you are looking for a good example of a chrome bumper MGB,contact me at 615-971-4409. The car is located in our indoor showroom 25 miles east of downtown Nashville Tn.Independent inspections are welcomed and encouraged. a $299 Dealer doc fee will be included in final purchase price This and other European collectibles may be reviewed at JPFRAZIER.com
For sale in our Houston Showroom is this awesome 1974 MG MGB! This classic British two-seater roadster is always a joy to add to any size car collection. Powering this little badboy is a 1,798 CC (1.8 L) I4 that produces just about 90 hp, and is paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. This car also features a manual convertible top, black cloth and vinyl interior, seatbelts, and an AM radio. It has been maintained quite well over the years and has been through an extensive amount of work recently: front and rear brake service (new pads, seals, and springs), new master cylinder, brake fluid flush, new brake hoses (front and rear), new thermostat, new radiator, cooling system flush, new radiator hoses, front wheel bearings repacked, new headlight switch and flasher switch, 4 new tires, fuel system flush and new fuel filter, new upper control arm bushings, and more. Its original Mirage (light gray) paint is in fairly good condition as well. Always a hit at any car show the MGB is one of the most featured vehicles in cinematic history. Owning this cool little car will be a joy and a pleasure to drive around town. For more information on this 1974 MG MGB for sale, please call the Houston showroom at (832) 243-6220; or email us at Houston@GatewayClassicCars.com. To see more of it, go to our website: www.GatewayClassicCars.com, where youll see HD photos and an HD video of it in operation - copy this direct link to see the extra info: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/HOU/943/1974-MG-MGB. Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr Suite 200, Houston, TX 77090.
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When introduced in 1962, the MGB featured an all new unibody body shell sharing many styling cues with its Midget sibling. MGB Roadsters continue to be popular among motoring enthusiasts. Their simplicity, reliability and overall sportiness make them very enjoyable cars to own and drive. Early chrome bumper examples with door pull handles such as this car are among the most sought after.GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this clean 1974 MG B for your consideration. Finished in a beautiful shade of silver, this MG is in very nice shape overall. The paint is very nice and the body features a lot of upgrades such as 15in Minilite wheels, fog lights, custom badges, and satellite radio receiver. The interior features black leather seats and is very nice clean. It also features a newer Kenwood stereo with updated speakers and Sirius connection as well as custom heated seats. The convertible top works smoothly but could use a little TLC.The car runs and drives very well, and the 1800cc engine is a willing partner. This MG B has been loved and enjoyed for the last six years with its current owner and it is ready to please a new family!To see over 80 photos of this car, including undercarriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com
The MGB GT innovative hatchback design by Pininfarina gave the MGB a fresh look and filled a void with closed sports car enthusiasts. The basic design would also be embraced by many manufacturers for years to come.GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1974 MG MGB GT for your consideration. The car has recently undergone a restoration both inside and out. It is finished in Medium Grey and looks great. The chrome is also in excellent condition as well. The car rides on 15 inch aluminum Mini-Lite wheels. The seats have been re-done in black vinyl with red piping. Highlights include fog lights, dual carburetors with chrome air cleaners, front disc brakes, new head lights with rock guards, new stainless body moldings and side mirrors, new interior carpeting, new door panels, kick panels and rear panels, new inertia seat belts. Mechanically the car performs very well and is a blast to drive. It has recently received a new exhaust system including headers, new radiator, new battery, full carburetor rebuild, new gas tank, new fuel lines, new fuel pump, new broke rotors/pads and wheel cylinders, new master cylinder and new tires.MGB GTs capture the historic British obsession with sports car motoring; utilizing power to weight and exceptional handling to connect the driver with the machine.
1974 MG MGB convertible excellent condition. 34800 original miles. Meticulously-maintained. Recent cosmetic refreshing - New convertible top, new seats, new carpet, refurbished dash, new professional paint job, updated wiring harness for reliability on long drives, new stereo system & speakers. Summer beauty! Prior to this work being performed vehicle was in good condition, no accidents, always stored indoors, and has never had any rust issues. Vehicle has no liens, and title is not required, so vehicle will be able to be registered with current bill of sale. Ive enjoyed owning this classic British sports car.
1974 MG MGB Convertible was purchased in 1987 from the original owner. It was restored between 1987 and 1991. It was put on the road in 1991 but there was a brake failure and the car ran into a tree. The mechanical work completed during the restoration: Engine completely rebuilt (Less than 2000 miles before accident) The body work and paint was also done during that time. This car has been sitting in a building since 1991. It is a concrete block building with a concrete floor. Have done everything possible to care for the car however between humidity and mice, it has not weathered very well. Have all the parts, to include a genuine driver side fender, front mud guard, grill, left running board, rear aluminum beauty trim for convertible top. All are new! Also have many other parts that are used off of a 1973. Front Support member, soft top frame, bins of other parts, as well as 4 wire rims with tires. Everything MG included in sale! Just a run down on the parts. (Victorial British part numbers used) Part # Description 9-918 Front Valance with Vent Holes 11-792-T Left Front Fender 9-946 Right Rocker Panel 9-987 Grill with Emblem These are NEW NOS Parts Part# Description 9-9176 Top Frame 5-188 Steering Rack Assembly None Front Suspension Structural Member No Available (Very Expensive) 4 Wire Chrome Rims (60 or 72 Spoke) Have two boxes of used parts that are also included with this car! -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
My first car was a new Blue 1965 MGB when I was on active duty military. Was looking for a 'fun' car and thought I wanted another 'B' But after 2 years, it isn't the right car for me. Prior owner had the car painted green, installed new vinyl upholstery, carpets (both in Honey tan) and made other minor repairs.I have added: New vinyl top, head rests/restraints (covered to match the honey tan, honey tan shift boot, 3-point seat belts, Hermosa Radio from Retro Radio, reinstalled the heater core that was removed previously because it was leaking, new badge bar with running lights, light relay and dash switch, Wood grain steering wheel (have the faux wood dash and consul inserts/covers but not installed), new dash cap to replace the cracked cap, new front shocks, break lines, and a myriad of smaller items. I had the clutch slave cylinder replaced.Acceleration is good, but not like the Beach Boys ‘409’, driving is GREAT, , handling is quick and tight and fun to drive. It is a conversation starter – people will say… I had; my Dad had; my best friend had; My Dad, sister and I took a road trip from Indiana to Tucson in a 70 ‘B’ (yes someone said it to me)…Sometimes twice in the same parking lot.There are 3 or 4 shop manuals and the original Owner’s Manual , along with paid invoices back to 1988 included. Its been driven from Marana on the Northwest side of Tucson to Vail on the Southeast side and all parts in between. On surface streets and I-10 with highway speeds are at a steady 65 and several times at 70 (3500 to 4000 rpm). Wish I could keep it but I can’t and it is the right time to find an owner who can take it to the next level and drive it for years to come. Come see it and drive it you will not be sorry!
1974 MG BGT. Custom Colors Blackstone Exterior with Biscuit Interior 1974 Chrome Bumper MG BGT Webber carb Conversion 4Speed Transmission 4 Cylinder Uses Regular Gasoline Tinted Windows Runs and drives great. Located in Easton MD. Financing Nationwide Shipping And Warranties Available To Qualified Buyers This vehicle is located in: Easton, MD Stock Number: C180000L
The car was garage stored in California for 10 years. Exterior in excellent condition. Like new top with clear rear window. Repainted from original red to blue. Interior in fair condition. The car ran when put in storage. Suspension condition is unknown. Probably needs new batteries, brakes, fuel system cleaning and tuning. Price is negotiable.
Just finished...excellent floor, just repainted in NGB Flame red (including trunk, engine bay, door jambs, etc.), wire wheels (wheels sandblasted, primed and painted), interior completely redone, new carpets, interior panels, door top, and seats redone in Autumn Leaf. Exhaust seems to be new (and is quiet), all gauges work, 150 psi oil pressure in every cylinder, 50-55 psi when hot on the highway, no smoke, excellent clutch and synchromesh, very good ride, steering, and handling. Chrome is very good, same with top and tonneau, new wood dash, Sony stereo/CD with USB input, brakes just done (master cylinder, calipers, pistons, wheel cylinders, etc.), all new clutch hydraulics, new fuel pump, tank and all fuel lines cleaned...a gorgeous example of this desirable year (last year of chrome bumpers). Inquire for details and options we can add.
A beautiful South Carolina car...excellent floors, sills, body, battery boxes, etc. With very good red paint. Excellent drive train....145-150 psi compression in every cylinder, 65+ psi oil pressure when warm, very smooth running, Weber carb, headers, all synchromesh transmission, oil cooler, very tidy engine bay, brakes work well, steering is right, no rattles, drives very well. Wire wheels with all new splined hubs, mostly new chrome, new chrome knock offs, fairly new top and tonneau, wood dash and wood steering wheel, modern stereo/CD. Even original jack bag, jack and knock off hammer. All gauges work, all electrics work properly, looks great, runs great, what is left? And, as a 1974, one of the last of the chrome bumper MGBs, modern safety equipment, FAR better electricals and hydraulics than earlier MGBs but maintaining the classic pre-rubber bumper look.
Here is what we were told, what we know, what we can see, and what we are doing to finish this car.First of all, really excellent body....my kitchen magnet stuck everywhere and there wasn't the slightest trace of plastic filler. New bright red paint is very very nice. No rust, no damage, no patching underneath. So far, so good.Engine: 160 psi compression in every cylinder, 60-70 psi oil pressure, zero smoke cold or hot. Really doesn't get any better. New Weber carb, electronic ignition, high powered electric radiator cooling fan, all items for greatly improved reliability. And clutch was recently replaced (with the engine bay nicely painted when the engine was out), gearbox is faultless, and steering, suspension, brakes all felt first rate.We can see Aeorquip brake lines, new calipers, new clutch and brake master cylinders, LOTS of new parts. Very impressive.Has wire wheels, we can offer this car with painted, chrome, or even 15" painted or chrome wire wheels. Even a rare set of knock off Minilites we have in stock.Interior is completely redone, completely stripped, new thick heat shielding throughout the interior, new padding, insulation, new premium fitted carpet set, redone seats, panels, new Honey Teak wood dashboard, new headliner, even a high quality wood steering wheel, new stereo/CD with USB input, all gauges work, all electricals work, on and on. A VERY impressive interior. And to make things work better than new, installed new LED bulbs in all gauges and interior lights.What have we left out? Chrome is very good, same with trim, wiring, electricals, has an oil cooler with new Aeroquip lines, quiet exhaust, new battery, front end is nice and tight and we fitted new tie rod ends, new tires, overall a really excellent MGB GT.AND........it doesn't stop there. Because, as additions, we can offer this car with a modern 5 speed transmission, rebuilt overdrive transmission, even with the ultimate....a rebuilt 3.4 liter Camaro V6 with special manifolds, 390cfm Holley 4bbl, around 180hp and coupled to a rebuilt close ratio T5 five speed transmission.AND........on the subject of additional equipment, can offer this car with a new air conditioning assembly with a powerful supplemental heater. And even a full fabric sunroof. ALL in stock and all easily installed.If you want us to create a 'dream' MGB GT for you with Aston Martin performance, great classic looks, and still simple and easy to service and repair....we can do it. AND price, for this car, depends on any options a buyer may wish us to add (price listed is for car as seen and described in this ad).
As beautiful a restored BGT as we have ever seen.....meticulously done by an enthusiast (and twenty year owner of this car), from what I can see, really didn't miss a beat.I went over all of the edges of the body with my kitchen magnet, couldn't find a trace of plastic filler. Car was painted a year ago (or less) and it just beautiful, and even better with all new chrome. Interior is all new and very nicely detailed. Same with dash, headliner, carpets (with padding), spotlessWe were told the engine was rebuilt a few thousand miles ago....smooth, amply powerful, 65-70 psi oil pressure when warm, zero smoke cold or hot, clutch works perfectly, excellent gearbox synchromesh, and everything is unusually quiet and refined.Can see new SU carbs, new oil cooler and lines, excellent wiring harness, very clean engine bay, all gauges and all electrics work, lots of new parts (distributor, washer bag, coil, oil pressure line, etc.) and the result is an impressive, excellent driving MGBGT in show condition (with the proviso that my term 'show' is not meant to be Pebble Beach quality, rather, for local shows). And in driving, incredibly quiet and refined.Now, one can look at this car as a beginning....and an excellent beginning. What would I do? First I would change the wheels (and have included a couple of photos with a set of Minilite replica wheels to show how it would look). Or, for a more classic appearance, convert to wire wheels. Painted or chrome.I find the dashboards rather plain and I would install a Honey Teak wood dash....in my eye, adds to the car's appeal. And, of course, a modern stereo/CD.What else? All of the above we can do AND.....a modern 5 speed transmission? Air conditioning? Fabric full roof sunroof? Driving lights (for the 'rally look')? Being that this car has such a perfect body and floor, all rebuilt drive train, new interior....it would be wonderful starting point to continue the preparatory work.AND, last but not least, the ultimate addition (and we are doing one right now for a customer) is the installation of a 180hp Camaro 3.4 liter V6 engine and T5 five speed transmission. For Aston Martin like performance.(in their day, in England, these cars were called the 'poor man's Aston') And with 180+hp in a 2300 pound GT car, performance would be remarkably similar.A buyer's choice, as to how to 'finish' this MG, and we have experience in doing any of these modifications.