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1977 MBG roadster
Ground-up restoration in about 1995
New floors, rocker panels ( all pieces), front fenders.
New interior w/ leather seats.
Chrome wire wheels.
Rebuilt suspension w/ urethane bushings. Tube shock modification. New front hubs & bearings.
Engine rebuild with high compression racing pistons. Road cam. Electronic ignition. Weber carburetor.
Needs new top , but will furnish with color of buyer’s choice.
Front windshield glass replacement is also furnished.
Needs touch-up paint on driver’s side rear deck ( see picture). urethane paint is furnished.
$ 6,000 OBO
John Walton, firstname.lastname@example.org, 281-685-0684
For Sale: 1974 MGB Arizona for most of its life, excellent original condition, new tires and battery. Shows 88,000 miles. Runs and drives well. $5500 obo
Call Gordon at 832.326.3299
1979 MG Midget
This car was stored in my mother's garage from 1994 to 2018. It was given to me at that time. I got running. It has 26,000 miles on it. Needs work on the interior and suspension. Also needs a new top. We have moved and do not have a place to store it.
1951 MG TD
1973 MG Midget Project Car
This is an opportunity to purchase a car that has been partially restored and painted but not reassembled. I got ahead of myself on this project and purchased over $11,000 of new parts and components and ended up moving out of state for work. The car is garage stored in Houston. I would like to just recoup some of the money I spent on parts. Therefore, I am asking $7,500.
The car, paint job, re-built engine, and re-built transmission by (Midget Mania) are included. Many new bolts, nuts, trim, seals, etc. Some items may need a little clean up work, like the soft top, chrome bumpers and steering column. New items include full wiring harness, leather seats, full carpet kit, exhaust, gas tank, 4 wire wheels, tires, etc. etc. Too many parts to list. I have all of my receipts to back up my purchases.
1963 MG Midget
Purchased in December of 2011 from an estate sale near Rice University.
It has a bonded title that is clear as of now.
Many parts come with it including wire wheels and extra tires.
The tach, speedometer and fuel gauge were all recalibrated.
Solid body and tight suspension.
It has not been run in 10 months.
1971 MGB w/ Overdrive
This was my car for several years - I sold it to a good friend [ Peter Glawe] in our Vintage Racing Club [CVAR] in 2016 who now wants to sell it to make way for a new C8 Corvette - it is now located in Seguin TX! I bought it in 2009 from Mike McCulley who was the Pilot of NASA's Atlantis mission in 1989 which successfully deployed the Galileo spacecraft in its flight around Jupiter! Mike bought the car from the restorer in Florida after a complete 'nut and bolt" restoration! He used it for several years as an everyday car to and from NASA.
As can be seen from the Photo the car is 'proper' British Racing Green with a Black leather interior -
the engine is a factory 5 bearing unit with twin SUs - gearbox is a stock factory unit with the optional
Overdrive on 3rd and 4th. Suspension has been modified by removing the oil from the lever arm shock
absorbers and fitting Koni telescopic shocks on all four corners! Chrome wire wheels are shode with Kumho
radial tires. A new Black Vinyl top was fitted in 2016 and an older tonneau also comes with the car! A
aftermarket stereo radio is also fitted, as is retractable seat belts!
This is a great driving MGB, which looks as well as it goes!
1974 MGB GT
Original owner! She was running good when I parked her in my garage. Body is in good shape. Four new tires.
She is a true survivor.
In 1974 I paid $4902 which is the minimum offer expected.
Beautiful MGB Convertible with 19,404 original miles.
This outstanding car has overdrive, Weber carburetor conversion, wire wheels, luggage rack, new fans, hoses, tires and oil cooler. It has been garage kept, with perfect interior and original paint throughout with no rust. This car runs like a dream! It may be the BEST original MGB in the World!
2 Cars for the Price of 1
A Houston MG Car Club member MGB's for sale, a 1975 1/2 Anniversary Roadster Edition and a 1974 1/2 Roadster. He will sell both as a package for $10,000.
I have a 1980 MGB for sale that I have owned since 2004.
During that time I have driven it approximately 4000 miles.
The odometer mileage is 32,400
In the time I have owned it I have done or added the following:
New radiator and hoses
New brakes complete including new master cylinder
New electronic fuel pump
New oil pan gasket
All new front suspension bushings and rail arms
Also, just prior to my acquiring the car, the interior
was refurbished including seats and upholstery
Engine runs great at 75 lbs. oil pressure
1967 MGB GT Special
A 1967 MGB GT Special. 51,000 mile, rock solid West Coast car. Last year before emissions. Recent trade-school repaint looks great from five feet away. Mostly new interior, including mahogany steering wheel and RetroSound audio. Mechanically all original except Mallory HEI, Weber DCOE and new high-torque starter. Includes decades of paperwork, the original California license plates, a big box of new parts (mostly unopened), manuals and a stack of wire wheels for parts or restore. Weathershield HD fitted cover. No leaks (!).