1967 MGB



1798 cc 1.8L Engine

Weber Downdraft Carb

Rated at 103 MPH

4 Speed Manual Transmission

No Overdrive

Front Disc Brakes

Drums in Rear

Soft and Hard tops

Knock Off Wire Wheels

Notebook Of Build Receipts and Photos




We are very happy to have this 1967 MGB back in our inventory. We did sell this car a few months ago, and the current owner actually took the car to an even higher level than it was before. Unfortunately, he had no time to drive it and asked that we find it a home where it could be appreciated and driven.

The car had been completely restored in 1998-2000 and there were a few things that still needed updating. The rear shocks had been updated to the newer version, but the front were still the original style. The current owner chose to have the upgrade done on the front as well as replace the rack and pinion steering  at the same time. 

This is a very nice MGB. After it's restoration,it took an award at the 2001 Dallas Autorama. The car is still nice enough to win awards at any show today.  The seats were done by Robert Hermans Upholstery and look as good as when they were done.  The dash is in excellent condition. All gauges look good and even the British Motor Corporation radio is working.   The interior was done in a very nice black vinyl with red contrasting piping. It is still in very good condition considering the restoration is about 20 years old.    A Panasonic CD player was added.   

 The tool and rubber mallet to remove the wheels are included.    

The engine compartment is in very nice condition. You will see in the restoration shots that the engine was removed and the entire car painted.   The engine runs great. It was worked on by John Sprouse Automotive during the restoration. THE owner did change out the original Stromberg Carburetor for a Weber Downdraft, for better performance.    The undercarriage is in very good condition as well. Even after 20 years there is no sign of rust. 

The soft top is new and the frame was restored.     The factory hard top was not restored and will need to be redone. 

The MGB was owned by a couple who owned a body shop. The restoration was very well done. It was a rotisserie restoration, and everything was redone.     These are just a few of the many photos and receipts that will be with the car.   

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