1972 MGB


109.7 CU Inline 4 1798cc Engine

4 Speed Manual Transmission

3.91 Gear Ratio

Front Disc Brakes

Rear Drum Brakes

Wire Knock Off Wheels

Chrome Bumpers


We are happy to have this very nice MGB in our inventory. We sold this car to it's current owner 6 years ago when we owned Texas Classic Cars of Dallas. He has enjoyed it for that time and is now ready to let it go to it's next caretaker.   The MG has always been well maintained by its current owner. We have receipts dating back to 2013 and as recent as Oct. of this year when the original carburetors were rebuilt her in the Dallas area.   One thing that attracted our customer to this car originally, was the fact that it was basically an un-restored car. It is quite original except for the paint.   The interior is in very good condition.   All gauges are working.   A newer JVC stereo system had been installed with the amp in the trunk.

Some of the work done on the car over the years:
Replaced lower bushings- 2013
Installed Knee Action shocks- 2013
Axle Seals- 2013
Rack Boot- 2013
Disributor Cap and Rotor- 2014
Clutch Master Cylinder-2015
Clutch Slave Cylinder- 2015
Complete Lube and Filter Change- 2019
Carbs rebuilt - 2019

This inline 4 runs great and the car shifts smoothly. It's a lot of fun to drive.    There is a custom cockpit cover included. The trunk holds an original jack set and a spare tire and wheel.   The undercarriage is very original and there is some area of rust on the driver's side floor.    This is the only place we found rust, and there is a second floor inside that looks solid.    This is the inside driver's side floor. You can see there are no holes in it.    The chrome wire wheels are true knock offs.    The bright work all looks good. 

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