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Another of our wonderful 'hybrid' MGBs about to be finished. Just finished and ready to drive anywhere. Rust free Southern car, finished in a beautiful deep red, all new custom made interior in tannish brown with red piping, new wood dash, leather steering wheel, modern stereo/CD, brand new (expensive) tan cloth top, new boot cover, interior is really excellent. And we think it is one …

A wonderful entry level historic race car........current, a bit of a project. A 1967 (best year for MGBs) ex E Production racer, raced for many years on the West Coast and then in Colorado as a historic racer. Comes with racing log book (showing races all over the West and even East at Sebring), also a road title. Allowing this car to be prepared as …

Just in, a solid, very clean and VERY early MGB (one of the first 8,000 built, earliest B we have ever had), excellent body (no sign of rust, patching, or bondo), very good older red paint, all good or new chrome, wire wheels, very nice presentation. Runs very well.....compression test was 145-150 psi in every cylinder, 70 psi oil pressure when warm, no smoke cold …

Just in.....was sitting for 10 years BUT, as a California car, no rust. Really perfect underneath. Work just finished: fuel tank and lines cleaned, new fuel pump fitted, 32/36 DGV Weber carb installed, having run the engine for a while, perfect compression and oil pressure. Same with front end and transmission...all in excellent working order. We just replaced all of the clutch hydraulics, replaced calipers, …

A beautiful Southern car, sold by us to neighbors in Connecticut, always garaged and little used. Excellent rust free floor and chassis, excellent body with 'like new' Flame Red paint. Not a scratch or dent anywhere. And with all new chrome. Very good interior and top (and we can dye the interior in a light colored contrasting color, excellent wiring and electrics, new alternator, oil …

Just in from Arizona.........absolutely rust free 1979 MGB....with something very special under the hood. Rebuilt 1995 2.8 liter Chevy V6 (3,000 miles ago) with Weber carb, probably around 150-170hp (when this car left the factory, had all of 62.5hp and the first owner was probably thrilled with the 'performance!'), 'Wold Class' 5 speed transmission, REALLY goes. As in zooooooooooom. Excellent body, excellent paint, excellent floor/sills/chassis, …

A very clean example....excellent floors, chassis, inner sills, etc, very clean body with older Tahiti blue paint. Just finished a comprehensive chrome bumper conversion including: elimination of side lights, new bumpers and guards, new grille, new sheet metal and lights.....lowered to pre 1975 ride height, now looks like an early (and most attractive visually) MGB. Even installed a Mk I grille so FROM THE OUTSIDE, …

Three owners, first (and longest) in California. And last, an occasional user, in Martha's Vineyard. And the title shows as of 2019, 13,600 ACTUAL miles. So, this super low mileage is not a guess, not a representation from the last owner, it is certified by the State Motor Vehicle Department as having less than 14,000 ACTUAL miles? How could this be? Well, imagine someone buying …

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many MG Engines
We have in stock five or six rebuilt MGB engines....from early pre smog units to later 18V assemblies. Many with standard bores and crank journals ('virgin' engines), bores measured and honey, cranks polished, new main and rod bearings, new oil pumps, complete valve jobs, etc. And available at bargain prices. Also have a freshly done MGA 1500 engine, two TR3/4 engines (2.2) liter, and the …

One of the best when we sold this to a doctor in Memphis four years ago, even better now (having just taken it in trade towards an AH 3000 Mk III). Excellent body, red paint, chassis, black interior, etc. Rebuilt MGB engine (of little consequence 'for originality' other than it would take an expert to tell the difference), around 100hp, side draft 45DCOE Weber carb, …

Just in from Texas.....good looking, great driving car. Engine: 175 psi compression in very cylinder, zero smoke cold or hot, 65 psi oil pressure....this is just about as good as ANY MGA, regardless of rebuild history, invoices, etc. Really 'perfect.' Also, excellent trans and clutch, front end is nice and tight, new springs, new shocks, new disc rotors, all checked and lubed. 15" wire wheels …

Just in from California......absolutely rust free chassis/floor, excellent body with new deep maroon paint, a complete chrome bumper conversion.....new sheet metal, lights, chrome, brackets, grille, sie lights eliminated, etc....lowered to pre 1975 ride height. All new black interior, new top, wood dashboard, modern stereo/CD, half tonneau, rebuilt front end, rebuilt brakes, new servo unit, new alternator, excellent electrics, etc. Wire wheels, new air conditioning assembly …

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1966 MG B
A very thorough restoration in-progress....extensive rust repair to a nice, clean, unmolested southern car (unmolested by past owners but NOT by the tin worms), now with all rust cut out, new panels professionally welded in place, and ready for paint, interior and finishing. In the choice of color of exterior and interior selected by the next owner. Inquire for further details

Currently, our best MGB......a beautiful Southern car, excellent floor pan, sills, body, paint, etc. Complete professional chrome bumper conversion....we even removed the side lights, New grille, bumpers, lights, sheet metal, etc. Looks, from the exterior, like the earliest and best looking MGBs. Engine rebuilt 1,800 miles ago, fitted with high compression pistons and high lift camshaft. Our tests...zero smoke, 160-175 psi compression in every cylinder, …

Just in.....a rust free Southern car, perfect ORIGINAL floors, excellent body, beautiful in bright red with new black interior. So far, our tests....175-180 psi compression in every cylinder (higher than expected, could be a milled head), zero smoke, 65+ psi oil pressure. Perfect. Engine fitted with a new Weber carb, brakes all new (including wheel cylinders), new suspension bushings, pre 1975 ride height springs, new …

Now, to be candid, am not typically fond of rubber bumper MGBs and, as you can see reading through our ads, we typically change/modify virtually every one we acquire. Primarily performing a chrome bumper conversion. So, I find this car quite special.....the first rubber bumper car I ever had that I would keep exactly as it is. And this is why.......... Drove it home and …

A beautifully restored, absolutely rust free example, just acquired from a friend in Kansas. As the photos show, rust free/damage free floors, chassis, sills, etc. Excellent body with beautiful red paint, all new chrome, new top, currently with new Minilite style alloy wheels with new 175/65 radials (but easily converted to center lock wire wheels), beautiful detailing throughout. Especially in the engine bay. Rebuilt engine …

One of the best conversion we ever did.............what came in as a rust free, ugly, gutless, and ill handling ugly ducking has emerged as an exquisite very usable classis sports car. Excellent body with very nice tartan red paint, a complete chrome bumper conversion.....removed the ugly and heavy rubber bumpers, added new sheet metal, lights, eliminated and plated over the holes for the side lights, …

Found in West Virginia, well kept by previous owners, came in with perfect rust free floor, excellent body with original paint and no damage, rust, or filler. Also, came in as an ugly, gutless, ill handling late model B. But not any more. Just finished a comprehensive rehabilitation. Professional chrome bumper conversion, we even eliminated the side lights (properly, via welding in metal NOT slathering …

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1977 MG B roadster
A car we prepared for a NYC owner, little used and just back for resale. Really excellent body and floors/sills/rockers/chassis, etc. Our painter suspects most of the paint is original with a few spots touched in. But looks great with excellent door fit and razor straight down the sides. 76,000 original miles (which works out to be fat less than 2,000 miles a year), 145-150 …

A fairly rare car, being one of 2771 Mk I Coupes built (of which a mere 826 were LHD export cars built in 1960...and a total of only 1551 LHD 1600 Coupes built) and very appealing for one who loves classics but doesn't necessarily enjoy top down motoring. And what other classic of such exclusivity can be found in this price range?) Long ownership history, …

A nice example of the most desirable of all MGBs....a 1967, the last year before the appplication of EPA and DOT regulations. And just gorgeous in black with red interior (and black piping). Didn't get a history but exterior is quite straight, bodywork looks to solid with no indication of bondo, black paint is older but with plenty of shine and quite presentable. Most of …

A beautiful chrome bumper conversion, all work professionally done. New bumpers, overriders, grille, new sheet metal, lights, on and on to convert an ugly rubber bumper MGB into a beautiful chrome bumper car. And there is more....rebuilt engine, twin SU carbs, improved manifolds, excellent 4 speed transmission with overdrive (5th gear), A LOT OF WORK DONE (which we can see): thicker rear sway bar, rear …

Nice car....nothing special but, then again, nothing wrong. Went over the edges with a magnet, no bondo, excellent floors, nice paint, very good interior....down the road, zero smoke, 70 psi oil pressure, good performance, didn't miss a beat. Excellent clutch, no slipping or chatter, smooth acceleration, excellent synchromesh, all gauges working, best overall comment is: no surprises, does what you expect. Has wire wheels with …

Not 'top concours' but certainly a car that would do well at any lower key show. Really gorgeous. Excellent body (I ran my trusty kitchen magnet along all of the edges, rockers, doglegs, front and rear quarters, stuck everywhere....no indication ANYWHERE of plastic filler), beautiful paint, very nicely detailed and painted engine bay, excellent original cloth covered wiring harness, VERY impressive and no doubt the …

Its very hard to describe this car without a constant use of superlatives. Really, one of the top two or three MGBs we have ever had, seen, driven, or even seen advertised. And as close to 'perfect' as I can imagine. First of all,the basic car............61,000 original miles since new, as shown, essentially perfect rust, damage, and patch free floors, sills, inner rockers, beautiful. A …

A surprisingly good car that seems to have survived the rigors of 'life on the road.' Went over the edges of the body with my kitchen magnet, stuck everywhere. Fenders, rockers, lower quarters, doglegs, kind of remarkable. And floors look nice and solid. Engine: 140-145 psi compression in every cylinder, no smoke, 60+ psi oil pressure when warm, AND fitted with a later model all …

Something a bit different but quite interesting. A beautiful white MGB with painted (matching white) rubber bumpers.....looks great. All new tan interior, wood dash custom adapted to fit around the shift quadrant, new top, wire wheels, nice wood steering wheel, modern stereo and........Chevy V6 engine AND automatic transmission. Hard to believe but only two pedals. For the 'shiftless' automotive enthusiast. Works great, engine is both …

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1962 MG A 1600 Mk II
Just in.........an unusually interesting 'project in process.' Let me explain. A combination of excellent original and excellent restored...in need of finishing. Chassis, inner panels all look like a brand new car. Guessing the body was off and the 'insides' were professionally restored. Really breathtaking. And covered by its original body with ORIGINAL BRG paint. Flaking off, at spots, such as the trunk lid. Not surprisingly …

A nice, clean original car with 74,900 original miles. Went over the edges of the body with a kitchen magnet, no sign of bondo anywhere. Can't begin to tell you how rare this is on a fifty year old English sports car. And floors, sills, rockers all looked fine....a touch of surface rust (of no consequence whatsoever) at spots, but generally remarkable close to perfect. …

Certainly equal to the very best MGBs we have ever had. A really thorough rebuild and restoration. Beautiful body and chassis/floors (in fact, the floors are all new). Passed the magnet test searching for plastic filler. Interior is all new, seats in deep red leather, dash is immaculate, beautiful detail work. Rebuilt five main bearing engine with rebuilt SU carbs, just installed a rebuilt Ford …

Beautiful car just acquired in California.........rust free floors/chassis, excellent body (went over it with a magnet, no bondo anywhere). Last owner told us this car spent 34 years in Arizona before he acquired it, repainted five years ago, and engine rebuilt several years ago. It certainly runs very well, assisted by its 32/36 DGV Weber carb. And a wonderful cruiser with its overdrive....for those not …

A one of a kind example I purchased for myself but, with another acquisition (a Jaguar), the TF is probably not destined to be retained. GREAT HISTORY...........documented 30,000 mile in 1994 when sold by its ORIGINAL owner to the second owner. And now, 26 years later, 33,000 DOCUMENTED miles. Incredible And looks the part.....virtually perfect body, excellent door fit, all of the current means of …

Just in....really solid 51,000 mile car. Excellent body, seems to have been repainted once (probably many years ago) but paint is still quite nice. All new red leather interior, fairly new cloth top, tonneau (not show but having a new zipper installed), excellent chrome. I have owned, sold, and driven maybe 100 TDs during the 46 years we have been in business. And I don't …

A VERY EARLY MGB.....VIN 24,000 of way over 500,000 Bs built, listed as a 1964 but I would think built in 1963. Either way, one fantastic example. Southern (Alabama) car, in my view, a perfect body...magnet stuck everywhere, the best 'door gaps' we have ever seen on a B, same with hood and trunk lid, excellent original sills, floors, chassis, beautiful red paint. Same with …

Actually, I purchased this car for my own collection, alas, a recently acquisition is now causing sale. I thought it was an unusually good car. Last owner, his first car, since 1969. At which time the engine and transmission were rebuilt and a new wiring harness installed. Only covered 6,000 miles since then, 68,000 original miles since new, The ONLY older British car I can …

Bought this car from a neighbor's family (the owner had died). He was the second owner of a near mint original car. Which, during his ownership, had the engine rebuilt (and never used due to the owner's demise), lots of new new parts in the engine bay, brakes, clutch, new springs, new bushings, etc. The son-in-law told me 'this was his baby and he invested …

Nice car that we have been servicing for a local customer for quite a while. Very clean exterior, v.g paint and chrome, wire wheels, good top and tonneau. In a good long test drive, no smoke, excellent oil pressure (60-65 when hot), excellent synchronizer action, no clutch slip or chatter, brakes pulled straight with no indication or rotor warpage, no clunks, and the engine pulled …

An exception car....first, the best year for MGBs....1966. Sufficiently 'new' to have a five main bearing engine yet with the best aesthetics of a pre 1968....steel dash, chrome bumpers, on and on. Was in New Mexico for much of its life, nd we bought it from a fella who has owned it for 33 years. 35,000 AUTHENTICATED miles since new. Not a guess, rather, on …

NOT as a 'trailer queen' but as an impressive road car worthy of most any show and a delight to drive and simply view.......starting point was a car with an excellent body with no indication of plastic filler, very straight, great panel fit, great door fit, excellent wood floors, beautiful deep red paint (look at the photos and see if you agree that the worlds …

A beautiful restored MG TF 1250, one of 6200 built, and unquestionably the most beautiful post war MG, and with the optional (and very desirable) wire wheels. We sold this car 13 years ago, purchased from a Southern original owner, painted by us, and sold locally. And now, after maybe 1,000 miles of local use, the car has 45,000 original miles. And always garaged. I …

Just in, an unusually nice early MGBGT. With 76,000 original miles. And no observable rust underneath....just factory undercoating. Unfortunately, much as 'we' age, so do these cars.......ALL of the desired steel dash MGBs and GTs are at least 53 years old. And, not being built to stand the test of time, most are rotten, patched, held together with sheet metal screws. Hence, we rarely see …