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1967 MG MGB Roadster

$150,000 Restoration, One Family Owned

Sold: $31,500.00

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Harry's Thoughts

Classic, affordable, and iconic, these little British roadsters are an absolute blast to drive. Seeing one with this level of restoration is almost unheard of, and really makes for a special car and a fantastic deal for the new owner!

THE ESSENTIALS

SELLING AT NO RESERVE!!  ONLINE ONLY AUCTION at www.classicpromenade.com.  With no expense spared on restoration, this well documented 1967 MGB roadster is sure to offer a great value to the next owner. Having been owned by a husband and wife for the first 46 years of its life, this car has been enjoyed by only a select few, including the current owner/collector.  The total investment in the restoration of this roadster is over $180,000, performed by Doctor Jag Technologies in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The restoration is fully documented with extensive accounting detail. This specific MG is part of a collection that includes over 30 classic and vintage British sports cars.

This MGB was repainted in a beautiful and deep dark blue during its restoration. The black vinyl convertible top is new with soft and clear plastic windows. With a classic set of chrome wire wheels and an abundance of top quality brightwork, this MG has the typical British sportscar flair that you come to expect. You will also notice the like-new Hella branded lights mounted on the front bumper by the grill.

The stunning red leather interior with bright red carpet appears as new and makes this car feel more upscale. Frankly, the materials are the same as those used for the restoration of E-Types and are far better than MG ever installed.  The seats are without flaw and as comfortable as you would expect from this period. The molded black dash houses all the knobs and pulls that these cars are known for, and all work as expected. While holding the three spoke MG steering wheel, you will notice the Smiths gauges that all function as expected.

Under the hood you will see a neat and clean compartment, with the expected inline four-cylinder engine, painted in a deeper red, with the period correct plate on the cover. The four-speed gearbox offers plenty of driver engagement during spirited driving.

An independent inspection was conducted, and the report is available for your review. It confirms the pristine condition of this roadster.

The MGB is available to view in New Mexico.  For more information, please call, text or email Harry Clark at +1.602.245.7200 or email us at harry@classicpromenade.com.

 

1967 MG MGB Roadster

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Jdweddle
October 14, 2020

$31,500 Bid placed by Jdweddle

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October 14, 2020

Congratulations Jdweddle, you have just won an extraordinarily beautiful car!!! Carey will be contacting you shortly to assist in finalizing the sale.

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October 14, 2020

$30,500 Bid placed by eurostar

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1967 MG MGB Roadster
1967 MG MGB Roadster

Sold: $31,500.00

VIN GHN3L
BODY STYLE Convertible
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 40,664
GEARBOX Manual
INT COLOR Red Leather
EXT COLOR Blue
YEAR 1967
LOCATION New Mexico
AUCTION STATUS
SELLER
Location New Mexico
STARTED:
ENDS:
VIEWS 1995
BIDS 12 | Top Bid Jdweddle

MG MGB

Interesting Fact: The MGB succeeded the MGA, both of which were produced by MG, in 1962. Production continued on this model until 1980, which ended with over 523,000 cars being manufactured. Assembly on the MGB occurred in multiple areas, but originally began in Abingdon, England before eventually moving to Australia. The car itself is a…
Interesting Fact: The MGB succeeded the MGA, both of which were produced by MG, in 1962. Production continued on this model until 1980, which ended with over 523,000 cars being manufactured. Assembly on the MGB occurred in multiple areas, but originally began in Abingdon, England before eventually moving to Australia. The car itself is a powerful beast, with a 0 to 60 acceleration time of around 11 seconds with a power output of 95 horsepower; both respectable numbers for the time period. Crumple zones were first introduced on the MGB, a game-changer for the automobile industry, when a driver was killed in a collision with a taxi. This event led to the development of safety standards for the auto industry as a whole. There is a four-cylinder and eight-cylinder option for the MGB, but both are known for providing a fantastic driving experience. Car collectors and enthusiasts alike still try to get their hands on this model!

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