I'm selling my beloved MGB GT. Sadly I don't have time to drive it enough anymore.
The car is in great condition without any issues whatsoever.I just did a 450 mile roundtrip to visit a car show in 1 day without any problems.
The hard top MG Coupes are becoming more collectible in the last few years. Especially the 1970 models since they are the only model year with a split rear bumper.Take a look at the fender mounted side view mirror. A nice detail you don't find very often.The original wood steering wheel and the gear shift knob were installed as a dealer option when new.
Finished in the classic Bronze Yellow paint (repainted 15+ years ago). The hood has some cracking in the paint as typical for the age (see hood picture). There is also a little bubble under the finish on one of the doors (less than 1/4).
In the last 3 years I had the following work done by my Jaguar/MG mechanic:- New front and rear suspension package- New exhaust- Carburetors rebuilt - Radiator cooling fan added- New transmission seals- LED bulbs installed- Battery cut-off switch installed- mscs. items replaced
All the receipts and paperwork for the last 10+ years are included.
Also included are:- Indoor soft car cover- Workshop manual- MGB Maintenance DVD- New MG floor mats

Seller notes:
Used
“Rare MGB GT with rear split bumper (only made in 1970) in great condition with low mileage”
Year: 1970 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): GHD5UA201609G
Mileage: 73653 Interior Color: Black
Make: MG Number of Cylinders: 4
Model: MGB Transmission: Manual
Trim: GT Coupe Body Type: Coupe
Engine: 1.8L 4 cylinder Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline
For Sale By: Private Seller Exterior Color: Bronze Yellow
Drive Side: Left-hand drive

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