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a lovely, straight, excellent running early MGB....last owner had installed: new factory floor panels, sills, front fenders and was repainted just a few months ago (just to confirm I went over the exterior edges with my trusty kitchen magnet and it stuck everywhere...no signs of filler). Red with black leather (with red piping) interior.
Just extensively serviced: new rack boots, all new flex lines, new semi metallic disc pads, new disc rotors, brand new wire wheels, new tubes, new chrome knock offs, new voltage regulator, new solenoid, etc.......
Near new convertible top, carpeted trunk, engine bay is unusally clean and nicely detailed, excellent drive train (we were told the engine was overhauled two years ago...65+ psi oil pressure when warm, no smoke, 175-180 psi compression in every cylinder, strong performance, no oil leaks, etc.), very nice interior, excellent chrome, a wonderful old B.
Alloy bonnet, oil cooler, wiring looks fine, everything works, and it really doesn't need anything
These are fantastic modestly priced classics....great style, fun to drive, ample performance, easy repair and maintenance, wide availability of parts, and will cruise all day at 70-90 mph with a top speed of around 105 mph.
And to find a rust free early example...the most collectable of all MGBs and with the most performance.