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 MGB's 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 MGA's) 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 driver ready example of the 1975 MG-B for your consideration. This model has been owned by its current owner for the past decade and with the mechanical end as well as a fresh paint added to it prior, there wasn't much else left for them to do but enjoy! They were able to add fresh tires to this as well as a new interior carpet to freshen up the inside since ownership. The outside looks great with the rubber bumpers in good shape, the paint is a beautiful white pearl color and has a black vinyl top just in case the weather decides to change for the worst. The interior is of driver quality and includes a smooth shifting 4-speed manual mated to the proper engine, the 1789cc I4 which is in good running order as well. This vehicle has received a professional detail prior to offering it up for sale and is ready for its next owner to enjoy. A perfect candidate for those who enjoy a fun cruiser with a drop top, call or email us today for more information on this good looking and running example!
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