1967 MGB GT

Early three-synchro car; mechanically and structurally sound, but would be improved by repaint and cosmetics

This MG spent 20 years languishing in a barn until purchased and recommissioned by the current vendor in 2017. The vendor reports that the car is mechanically good, structurally sound, but aesthectically challenged.

It has an MGB Hive unleaded engine, with invoices on file, that is believed to have done about 20,000 and pulls strongly. It still retains it's original aluminium bonnet. There are invoices for work undertaken in the 80s and 90s.

Work carried out by the current vendor post 2017 includes; new combined oil pressure and water temperature gauge,  rebuilt brakes with new rear wheel cylinders and adjusters with new seals for the master cylinder, clutch master and slave also given new seals, new top and bottom hoses and door locks. It was treated to a full service with oil and filter change, new antifreeze and flushed out braking system with new fluid. Everything was again checked over before the last MOT (to September 2022) and all greasing points done. It's worth noting that the car was driven 100 miles to the sale, making this is a great opportunity to repaint and detail whilst still being able to drive the car.

These early three-syncro cars, although essentially the same as the later models are just much nicer cars - the many small details and earlier trim making them particularly lovely to drive.

For more information - contact [email protected]

Reg No: NJJ212E
Chassis Number: GHD3-120548
Engine Number: 18GB-4-H69791
Engine Size: 1798 cc
Docs: V5C, MOT Sept 2022, 10 old MOT's, Haynes Manual, Invoices.

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 72

Lot ended

Thursday 09/12/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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