The open road must be calling. Thats why youre looking at the perfect top-down getaway machine like this 1976 MGB. We love a good MGB because of the emotional connection it instantly makes. A sleek European body with compact proportions always looks ready for a journey down the country lanes. The chrome trunk rack is just begging to have a wicker picnic basket strapped to it. So even when youre on a milk run, people are wondering if youre really off on a long holiday. The light yellow paint goes perfectly with this cars sunny-day personality. It also provides a great contrast to the black bumpers, folding roof, and yes, even the tires. The color scheme is tied together properly with the black stripes that runs the full length of the car and even has MGB included on the rear fenders. So this yellow and black full package has a two-one like appeal. The full black interior looks great with the exterior color scheme, and thats exactly what you want because this car was meant for open top fun. This entire interior feels quite original, right down to the texture on the bucket seats. But there is a nice upgrade to a Kenwood AM/FM/cassette stereo for more modern top-down tunes. MG built the ideal space for two people without adding any extra unnecessary weight or ornamentation. That leaves you with a pure driving experience. The space between the three-spoke wheel and the 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. Power comes from a sprightly 1798cc four-cylinder motor, and its suspected to be original to the car. With a sporty exhaust note and a willingness to rev, the engine lives up to its British roadster pedigree by offering a mighty experience in a small package. The sound of the powerplant, the slickness of the four-speed gearbox, and unmatched tight handling are some of this cars many virtues. Plus, theres a surefooted feeling on the road thanks to the MGs iconic large 14-inch alloy wheels, modern Kumho tires, and disc brakes behind the front set. This well-coordinated MGB was designed for driving passion. The open road is calling, and now you can answer it for quite an affordable price. Call today!!!
For sale in the Detroit showroom is this neat little 1976 MG MGB. A stark contrast from the big and heavy American muscle cars of the 60 s and 70 s, this MGB has the pep under the hood to compliment the light and nimble frame. This three-owner car, only has 63,679 miles on it, with plenty of life left in it for the next owner to enjoy! Under the hood is the original and numbers-matching 1798 cc 4-cylinder engine, backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. At the opposite end of the car is a surprisingly roomy trunk, topped with a luggage rack, which is sure to make this MGB stand out at shows and out on the open road. Options on this fun MGB include: AM radio, manual convertible top, removeable hard top, power brakes, seat belts, vinyl interior, radial tires, and rally wheels. With the bright white paint, the small, yet accommodating interior, and great handling characteristics, this little MGB is a perfect example of sporty European style! So, hop in with your significant other, put the top down, load the picnic basket with some goodies, find some scenic and windy roads to cruise around in, and enjoy the finer things in life! To check out this swift 1976 British convertible in greater detail, including HD pictures and video, find us on the web at www.GatewayClassicCars.com where our listing includes over 100 HD photos and HD video, or call the Detroit showroom at (313)-982-3100 for more information.
1976 MG MGB with 10,000 miles on the rebuilt motor and overdrive transaction. Paint looks good but does have some defects. Stainless steel Exhaust sounds great thanks to the 60 over bore, and street cam. Makes a fun driver. -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
1976 MG MGB Convertible, standard shift 4spd., 4cyl., ex. cond., 46,700 orig. miles, registered and inspected. -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
1976 MG MGB Convertible been setting up do not have history on it. Has dual S/U Carburetor set up engine turns over. Body in decent shape floors need attention. Have Clear Title. 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.
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1976 MG MGB Red Convertible New Weber Carburetor & Electronic Ignition Completely restored 38,400 miles 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.
1976 MG MGB Convertible with just over 21,000 miles... yes 21, shes been stored mostly inside, forever. It appears that both rear quarters, probably the whole car, was repainted some time ago. I only wiped the hood, trunk and top of the fenders off with a damp cloth. This will polish up much nicer. The engine compartment has not been touched. Shes super solid and straight, with a little surface rust. A weber downdraft and header conversion was installed years ago. Aftermarket hardtop, new master cylinder and brake work, clutch needs hydraulics checked (I might have that done soon). New side chrome and mirrors included. Parts not shown / pictured, are with the car. Has the jack, tonneau and boot covers. No convertible top, but it has a nice top frame. She needs a good weekend and a few new interior bits to make her outstanding. The tires are dry rotted and not safe from sitting all of those years.
1976 MG MGB Convertible this car has 93000 miles on it and 10000 miles since restoration.it is an older restoration so not perfect but very solid. This car just had some recent body damage done to it and I lost interest in it my loss is your gain. Car was parked when it was side swiped.
1976 MG MGB Roadster Convertible. Nice Fenders, Solid Door Bottoms, Floors & Trunk. Now Pa. Titled With Antique Plates. Mostly Dry Upper Barn Storage Over The Past 10 years. Runs and Drives. Odometer Says 39,000 Miles. Title Says Mileage Exempt, Like Most Other Older Cars Titled In Pennsylvania. Nice Original Black Interior. No Dash Or Door Panel Cracks. Driver Seat Has Some Wear. Has Newer Top. New Battery. These MGs Have Been Increasing In Value And Are Becoming More Valuable Collector Cars.
1976 MG MGB Convertible. 1976 MG MGB Convertible model in excellent condition White exterior with a Black leather interior Equipped with a 4 Cylinder RWD Gas and a Manual transmission Currently with approximately 58000 original Miles but 3000 miles on the freshly Rebuilt engine Cute fun Summer car for any enthusiast as well!. Note. The Convertible Top has been patched as pictured.. This is a must see Import Classic and everything within works well Currently located in Oak Harbor OH. Serious inquiries only.. Financing Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers. This vehicle is located in: Oak Harbor, OH Stock Number: C189510L
1976 MG MGB. PRICE HAS BEEN NEWLY REDUCED TO $10300& . This car is classic and tons of fun It is a four speed manual Air Conditioning Bucket Seats Premium Tires and Wheels Has 89477 miles on it New battery and terminal connectors because the old ones were corroded and would not tighten I replaced the fuel filter not too long ago as well It has a few minor things body wise but over all its a solid car that runs good The car was purchased by a machinist in 1986 who worked for Chevrolet and who restored and sold classic cars. We are the only owners since and have kept the car stored inside and driven about 200 miles per year. Located in Plainwell MI. Financing Nationwide Shipping And Warranties Available To Qualified Buyers This vehicle is located in: Plainwell, MI Stock Number: C190270L1
If you're looking for an MGB that's ready to drive and enjoy, you just found it. This car hashad aproper mechanical restoration by an MG expert, and is as sound as any you'll find. Everything has been checked and rebuilt/replaced including engine, clutch, tranny, steering, suspension, brakes, exhaust. Nothing left to do. Suspension lowered 2" with new shocks/springs all around, kingpins rebuilt, and all poly bushings installed. Brake master and wheel cylinders, clutch master/slave all replaced. Car shouldn't need a new clutch platefor a decade. Engine has high lift cam and headers, and the original single Zenith Stromberg carb was replaced with balanced twin SU HS4s from an earlier B.Original vinyl interior removed and upgraded to the full leather Vicky Brit kit including seat webbing and foam. New steel floor pans, rockers, doglegs all welded in. Rubber bumpers just had to go, so a chrome conversion was done on rear, andmodified Sebring look adopted for front fascia. Carhad most of the anti-pollution equipment removed by DPO, so if you live in a smog testing area, this car may not pass easily.Car looks presentable but it's not a show car, and is priced accordingly. If someone wants to spend the money to take it apart and have it blasted and repainted, they would have a $25k trailer queen. There are no rotted sections.She has only seen rain twice in our 16 years with her(thanks to the weatherman being wrong) and has new weather stripping nearly everywhere. Always garage kept and pampered.
Another of our wonderful 'hybrid' MGBs about to be finished. Photos show car fairly close to be finished, minus bumpers, painted over side lights, minor items........ Rust free Southern car, finished in a beautiful deep red, all new interior in tannish brown with red piping, new wood dash, leather steering wheel, modern stereo/CD, brand new (expensive) tan cloth top, new boot cover, interior is really excellent. Engine recently rebuilt, our tests: 70-75 psi oil pressure when warm, zero smoke, compression was exactly 147 psi (as best as my gauge can read) in every cylinder. Absolutely perfect. Fitted with a 45 DCOE Weber carb, better manifolds, all new wire wheel hub adapters, a good set of center lock wire wheels, new chrome knock offs, wire wheels sandblasted, primered, and painted, near new 175/65 radials. Lowered to pre 1974 1/2 ride height, front end carefully checked for any wear, brakes checked, AND (of course) a complete, professional chrome bumper conversion....new sheet metal, side lights eliminated, paint blended in at all four corners, new bumpers, guards, Mk I grille, exterior is now identical to the earliest (and best looking) MGBs. As a later model car, has a power brake servo, better controls, the Weber gives improved performance, all in all, this is a sensational MGB and will be done very soon.
Just in and just prepared and placed in our showroom: An excellent starting point.......very clean car, off the road since 1998, 86,000 verified miles since new, our tests: excellent body and floorpan, very good BRG paint, compression test: 155-165 psi in every cylinder, oil pressure 75 psi when hot and ALSO at idle....gosh, this is as perfect as they get. And no smoke. Engine runs smoothly, doesn't appear to leak oil, clutch feels great. Not only does the transmission work well but also has overdrive and it clicks 'in' and 'out' perfectly. Very good top, clean black interior, excellent wiring and electrics, seems to have been well kept since new. Work we have just done: lowered to pre 1975 ride height, installed new front end bushings, installed a near new set of Minilite style alloy wheels, new wood dash, nice leather steering wheel, tonneau, new Sony stereo/CD with USB input, a complete professional chrome bumper conversion, eliminated the side lights and matched/blended in the paint, fitted racing headers and a new Weber 32 DGV carb with electric choke, new alternator, minor odds and ends. A very nice MGB with excellent floor pan/chassis, very clean body, rust free trunk floor And yes, we can (if a new owner wishes) convert to wire wheels. We can also install a modern air conditioning system and even add a very powerful supplemental heating system (as we did on my own 1974 MGB GT...and in 10 degree Winter weather, warmed the interior in only a few minutes and kept the interior as toasty warm as a modern car) Want a new tan vinyl or leather seats? Easy. Chrome wire wheels? We will take the existing wheels in part trade to help defray some of the cost. All in all, an excellent starting point of a late model B with the esthetics of the earliest cars yet with the later B advantages....servo power assist for the disc brakes, dual master cylinders, alternator, better controls, far better electrical system, overall....a better overall car. Inquire for details
1976 MGB RoadsterThis is a very solid car ready for restoration. Runs good and shifts fines, no issues. Has a Weber Carb conversion installed. New radiator, water pump and battery. New brakes installed on all 4 wheels.Has some rust as typical for these cars and will need some work on drivers side floor pan, but overall very solid. No rust in trunk area. Will need a new convertible top. Interior is original and in fair condition.This is a good running car that will make a good rebuild project.