Production of the MGB began in October 1962 just after the production of the MGA had ceased. Though often referred to as a roadster, the MGB had roll up windows, outside door handles and vent wings. A Mark II version was added in 1967, and the car stayed in production until 1980, becoming one of the most successful British sports cars of all time, with a total of over 300,000 cars being exported to the U.S. alone. The classic MGBs continued the stronghold that MG had over the market of small roadsters than began post World War II. With great styling and handling (featuring a better suspension than MGAs) the MGB continued to gain popularity in the United States. 1975 marked the 50th anniversary for MG.GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1975 MG MGB for your consideration. The L4 1.8L, 1798 cc engine runs as it should and the car handles very well. According to the owner, the transmission and the clutch are freshly rebuilt. The car has been well cared for over the years and comes with a file of several receipts for minor work done to and recently it has had over $700 worth of small items done to it at the world renown University Motors. The black paint shows well and shines up nicely. The convertible top and the interior remain in excellent condition as well.
1975 MG MGB Convertible. Good condition needs seats done over. New carburetor. Not currently running needs new battery. -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
1975 MG MGB ConvertibleThe original owner regrets having to sell this classic after 44 years of pleasure. This 1975 MG B has a White exterior with a Navy Blue interior.The Robbins Canvas Top is also navy blue and in great condirtion! The Navy blue inteior seats and panels look new as does the black carpeting. The interor is pristine. All floor panels were primed and painted before redoing carpeting.Driver seat foam cushion and diaphragm have been renewed.Unique Woodgrain trim on the DashboardPush Button Start added and a classic A ooga horn installed.Front SpoilerOriginal Wheels repainted White (both sides of wheels) with beauty rimsBrand new 185 x 14 x 75 TiresTrunk is fully carpeted and has a full spare tire on an original rim.Tounnea cover and top boot are in excellent condition. Engine Bay and Component Housing have been primed and repaintedWeber 2 Barrel DGV Carburetor (recently rebuilt)Recently rebuilt Clutch and Brake Master cylindersMost Engine components have been replaced with brand new partsAll parts sourced are from either Victoria British or Moss MotorsAluminum Valve cover with additional Chrome trim under the Bonnet (Hood)Brand new Battery Tires and Trim Rims installed!This is a must see Import Classic. This vehicle is not running and requires an engine rebuild and proper tuning. Currently located in Parkland FL.Serious inquiries only.Financing Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers. DETAILS Type: Import Classic Condition: Good Mileage: 76000 Exterior Color: White Interior Color: Blue Engine Size: Transmission: Manual Driveline: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline VIN: GHN5UF380973G FEATURES Premium TiresPremium Wheels Stock Number: C187356L Call me on 8556007750 for more information. Thanks. This vehicle is located in: Parkland, FL Stock Number: C187356L
Just Toys Classic Cars is proud to present a really cool British car. Before you is a 1975 MG B. This is the 50th anniversary car. If you are like us and had one of these car back in the day, or just drove one and remember how much fun they were, then you know why you have to buy this car. These cars were not about tons of horsepower and torque, even though the little I4 under the hood had a bit of torque to it. These cars were about having fun driving. Going through the gears with the wind in your hair and having the time of your life. This car was body on redone about 10 years ago and still presents very well today. The fit and finish are in great shape, and it looks good from 20 feet or 2 feet. This is just one cool car. Well, now that we possibly have you going down memory lane, lets pop that hood and check out the cool little inline 4 cylinder under the hood. Unlike modern cars of today that are covered in plastic pieces so you cant even see that there is a motor in there, you could do head stands in this engine bay. These cars are very easy to work on, and this one has had a recent tune up, and it purrs like a kitten. So what do ya say we close that hood, come around and undo the top latches and put that top down and get ready for some fun memory lane driving. Once you hit that key and just listen to that motor purr, the ear to ear grin on your face isnt from some horsepower laced, tire breathing monster, it is from the memory of how cool these cars are and how much fun you are about to remember. The black seats in this cool interior are original and have survived very well for the age of the car. The carpet, dash, and the top are all in great shape. Something that you have to appreciate on a car of this age. As you go through the gears with the wind in your hair, you remember when life was maybe a little simpler, and a lot more fun. This car brings back that feeling every time you get in it. We offer classic car financing for those that would like to take advantage of the option. They offer great terms and financing, and allow you to pay your baby off whenever you want to. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family. An offer is a commitment to purchase and is not contingent on an inspection, financing, or any other terms. Placing an unreasonable offer based on our price is unprofessional and will not be considered or responded to and will be reported to Ebay. We offer fair market pricing for all of our vehicles and will consider all reasonable offers. Please contact us to discuss serious purchasing questions.All vehicles shown by appointment
Just in.....was sitting for 10 years BUT, as a California car, no rust. Really perfect underneath. Work just finished: fuel tank and lines cleaned, new fuel pump fitted, 32/36 DGV Weber carb installed, having run the engine for a while, perfect compression and oil pressure. Same with front end and transmission...all in excellent working order. We just replaced all of the clutch hydraulics, replaced calipers, flex lines, rear wheel cylinders and master cylinder. Installed a new wood dash, new carpets interior panels, very good original seats A beautiful set of new chrome bolt on wire wheels, a new stereo/CD unit with USB input and new speakers, AND.....as a car on the wrong side of "1974 1/2"we lowered it to pre 75 ride height and did a complete chrome bumper conversion. We even eliminated the side lights giving the exterior the same look as the earliest MGBs. Very good top and boot cover, oil cooler, new 3 pt belts, excellent wiring and electrics, in many ways most of the virtues of both the earliest and latest MGBs.....all synchromesh transmission, alternator, dual master cylinder, better controls, and far more reliable than early cars. Excellent body with very nice red paint.......we blended in the corners, wet sanded and buffed the rest and the result came out looking almost 'like new.'