1980 MGB GT
Fantastic opportunity; overdrive; Webasto sunroof; lots of fun to be had
Every right-minded enthusiast should have an MGB at some time in their life. It is at this point that they will appreciate that a classic car doesn’t need to cost a fortune to run, break down all the time or be slow and uncomfortable.
There are a host of very good reasons why the model has remained so enduringly popular and before anyone dismisses them because of their popularity, they should own one first.
The last-of-the-line and much-maligned rubber bumper MGB GT is – despite the popular opinion of the bar-room bore – a good car. True, it’s not a sports car, but then it never was - the clue is in the name: GT (Grand Tourer).
First registered in February 1980, this MGB has had its fair share of owners over the years but does appear to have been looked after my most. At one point in its life, we understand it had some smart Sebring valances fitted but now she is back to her original appearance with the aforementioned rubber bumpers.
The current private owner bought this car from Brightwells a few years ago and although has enjoyed and regularly MOTd her, work commitments has meant he no longer is able to take her out as often as he would like so it is on offer again for another lucky chap or chapess.
All in all, this is a clean and tidy GT which does what it should and has an MOT until September 2021.
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Reg No: KNN885V
Chassis Number: GHD5-96847G
Engine Number: -31973
Engine Size: 1798cc
Docs: 5 old MOT's, V5C only
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