1967 British Racing Green Roadster, (click picture to see more)
Brief history :- I acquired the car in October 2013. It is a RHD car which originally went to South Africa and then to California, so it has been in dry climates all its life. We got the engine running and checked it out and then stripped the car to a bare shell. The engine had a new sump and water pump and was cleaned and painted. The gearbox which had been changed to a non o/d was replaced with a correct o/d gearbox with both the gearbox and o/d being fully rebuilt. The axle and front suspension were stripped cleaned and painted with all new bushes etc. in the rebuild The shell was inspected and found to have some pepperpot holes on one side of one floorpan. This section of the floor was replaced together with the battery boxes and small centre chassis section outrigger repairs. The shell is otherwise original. The shell was then stonechipped underneath and painted in its original colour GN29 Dark British Racing Green. The seats were stripped and built up with new rubber diaphragms, foam bases and original type black piped white leather covers. The rest of the interior was again replaced with the correct period carpets and trim. The wiring loom was replaced together with any of the electrical components which did not function when tested (most of them). The car was then MOTd and registered and then thoroughly tested and debugged, fitted with new tyres, tonneau etc, etc.
1968 MGB GT
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Old English White, Red interior, leather seats, Minilite type wheels, overdrive, period type DAB radio, fully rebuilt and absolutely stunning. Call for full description.
1970 MGC Roadster,
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Mineral blue, black interior, Black piped blue reclining leather seats, older restoration (2005ish), hardly used since.
Good history, with many invoices relating to restoration and Heritage certificate showing build in late 1969 and delivery to agents, University Motors in London who sold it in 1970.
Manual, overdrive, wire wheels, good hood, tonneau, and hardtop.
Mallard green, new black leather seats and interior, light tan carpets, 3 owners from new, first until 2008, low mileage 32k miles, superb condition throughout, chrome wire wheels, stainless steel exhaust and manifold, detailed engine bay, much work recently done to bring the car up to the present owners meticulous standards.
1974 MGB GT Citron
black interior, just finished rebuild, new chrome, new seats, rebuilt engine, refurbished webasto roof, chrome rostyle wheels, detailed engine bay, rebuilt from the ground up to largely original spec. excellent throughout.
1974 MGB Roadster.
Late chrome bumper car, Carmine red, black interior, tidy under bonnet and in boot, drives nicely, new hood, full and hood tonneaux, stainless steel exhaust, rostyles,Motolita steering wheel, good condition throughout.
MGB V8 Roadster For Sale (1972)
Just rebuilt, red, rebuilt from bare shell, with new panels, front end etc, rover 3.5 V8 with many original MGB V8 parts, V8 diff, RV8 wheels, special fuel tank, leather interior in Jaguar cream, Sebring front and rear valences, cream cloth hood tonneau, amazing inside and out, fantastic performance. Please call for full description of all work carried out.
1968 MGC Roadster For Sale
1968 MGC Roadster in rare and original Riviera Blue Metallic. This car belonged to a friend of mine and is probably the finest I have seen. I would love to keep this car for myself. It was a nice car when he bought it, and then it was taken apart and rebuilt to concours standard, looking the same underneath as it does on top. Absolutely stunning.
1978 MGB Roadster For Sale
Tahiti Blue, black interior, recently recommissioned with new hood, carpets, door cards, wheels, tyres, paint etc. Rostyles, overdrive, stainless steel exhaust, black cloth seats, wood rim steering wheel, good throughout, drives nicely.
1966 MGB Roadster For Sale
Tartan red, black interior, black piped red leather seats, older rebuild, sold by us in 1996, built to Heritage certificate spec with matching Nos. Chrome wire wheels, overdrive, extremely solid, garaged, only covered 4k miles since rebuild, full and hood tonneaux, marvellous car to drive but could be cosmetically tidier. A car that ticks all the boxes, most peoples perfect wish list for an MGB.
1968 MG Midget Mk 3 1275cc, Black Tulip. For Sale
Rebuilt on heritage shell by MG specialist, always garaged, minimal mileage since.
Black interior, reclining leather seats, chrome wire wheels, unleaded, black mohair hood with zip window.
Flip front radio with stacker in boot, aero roll over bar, Motolita leather rim steering wheel.
Superb car in excellent condition cost much more to build.