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1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve

Sale price: $1,000.00 make an offer
Last update: 09.11.2013

Seller's notes: This is a V8 swap project - with 90% or more of the work complete on a rare, rust-free MGB GT shell.
Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Color: Metallic Gray
Mileage: 100,000
Engine: Ford 5.0
Trim: GT
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve for sale

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  • 1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve
  • 1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve
  • 1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve
  • 1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve
  • 1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve
  • 1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve
  • 1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve
  • 1972 MGB GT 5.0 - No Reserve

This has been a project of mine for the last few years. We've decided to move. so the project needs to go. It is a 1972 MGB GT. The body has been stripped to bare metal. It has new floors and dog leg panels along with fiberglass "sebring" fender flares. The engine is a 1986 ford 5. 0 H. O. engine with zero miles on a refresh - new rings. new rod and main bearings - cylinders were still within specs. Exhaust ports have been reworked for better breathing. The transmission is a world-class T5 and the rear is a shortened ford 8" with moser axles and custom driveshaft. The suspension is a fabricated front crossmember with unequal length A-arms and mustang spindles. The rear is a triangulated 4-link. also with coilovers. Brakes are GM metric calipers at all corners and wheels/tires are 17" AR1s/Kumhos. It has wilwood twin brake masters with a bias bar. new fuel tank. new fuel and brake lines. new autometer gauges. painless wiring harness. aluminum radiator. front air dam. fabricated headers and a hundred other features and goodies that I've forgotten by now. In short. everything is custom. refreshed or new. For the negatives - it's still a project although it's 90% or more finished. It needs ignition electrical work. a clutch pedal and hydraulics or cable and the hood/bonnet needs to be reworked along with exhaust and interior. The paint has picked up a few scratches from sitting around - will include touch up paint. Two hundred build photos available on request. International bids or bidders with less than 10 positives contact should contact the seller before bidding.  

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