1971 MGB GT
Running and driving example to use and improve; current MOT; driven 50 miles to the sale
This 1971 MkII BGT looks the perfect use and improve example. Clearly showing some body deterioration in the usual MGB places, it nevertheless carries a recent MOT which expires in November 2022 showing just two advisories - one for general age-related corrosion underneath/covered in underseal and one for a minor oil leak.
The car was driven over 50 miles to the sale and has always performed well since acquisition by the owner. He had intended to get to grips with the car, but has decided he has too many and will never get around to it (we have all experienced that).
The interior of the car is clean and tidy and it hasn't had the Webasto treatment which will endear the car to some. Painted in vivid yellow, it looks the part and could be brought up to scratch with relative ease.
For someone looking for a budget classic, this entry-level BGT has a lot going for it. With a parts availability like few others, the classic MG is easy to own, cheap to insure and fun to drive...
Documents: V5C, MOT Nov 22, few Invoices
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Reg No: CMO920J
Chassis Number: GHD5.246148G
Engine Number: 18GG.RWEH.25011
Engine Size: 1798
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