I have owned this car for 20 years and as my two children are growing I am finding the car is not being used and it is now time for someone else to enjoy it. It is a 1967 (tax exempt) 3. 9lt V8. re shelled with a new British Leyland shell. The shell was de-seemed. de-chromed and painted Jaguar British racing Green. It has a handmade Sebering front valance and a modified RV8 bonnet. The wheels are genuine Minilites 14" with 205/60/14 tyres. As I fitted the vehicle with a Rover engine I decided to use the Rover 5 speed gear box. rear axle and brakes (front brakes are V8)Suspension is Spax adjustable and anti tramp bars are fitted. The engine is a 3. 9 Rover V8 with stage 1 heads. Piper 270 cam. Mallory Dual Point distributor. Boxer inlet manifold with 4 x 1 3/4" SU's. Stainless steal head hugger exhaust manifold with twin stainless steal exhaust system (which sounds great). The personalised number plate is included with the car. When I had finished building/modifying my car I took it to shows where it won its class. The car won the 1994 MG Owners Club National Concours Championship. The car has been featured in the MGOC magazine. Although I have not done concours competitions for a long time the car and its interior are in very good condition there are some minor road marks. It has a usable pack away hood. The car is advertised elsewhere and it is cash on collection or bank transfer by prior arrangement. Viewing is welcome by arrangement
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