This 1958 MGA is the quintessential British roadster that comes in a great color combo. Best of all, this iconic symbol of class and distinction can be had for basically the price of a Miata.
This car is an icon of the open road. It has long flowing fenders that would look great on a Cadillac, but instead they artfully draw on a Velte European body. And the fitment on this example is quite nice. The burgundy Metallic paint does a nice job of showing off these curves every time the sunshine finds the sheetmetal. And let's face it, you're going to want to be driving this MGA on every sunny day, anyway. The low-cut doors, movable windscreen, and sport wheels gives this one a true sports car heritage. But what really makes the MGA special is the touch of class that comes from plenty of brightwork on the wraparound chrome bumpers, fender-mounted mirrors, polished wheel covers, and waterfall grille.
These MGs are a great lesson in purist motoring, and the interior proves it. A grippy three-spoke steering wheel, clear Jaeger gauges, and a manual transmission – those are the true essentials you need. Your senses will go into overload as you sit in the low-cut black bucket seat and gaze at the classic dash panel. Pull the start knob and then let the wind whip through the interior while you help fill it with the wonderful soundtrack from the motor.
The 1500cc B-series motor is a robust powerplant. This was a popular motor in Europe, and parts are still easy to find and relatively inexpensive. The engine bay looks well maintained, and so you know this is the one you want for an easy jaunt down the open road. The newer exhaust gives a hypnotic tone as you discover the fun and control that the four-speed manual gearbox provides. Plus, with the legendary nimble chassis and vintage-style tires with modern grip, you'll be able to feel why these are legendary backroad roadsters.
Beautiful, tasteful, and all-out fun to drive, this MGA is an amazing classic offered at a price that will have it leaving our showroom quickly. Call today!!!