1963 MGB Convertible Right Hand Drive MGB MK1 RARE RHD for sale
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Hello all. Here is a great early pull handle wire wheel mgb. This car has the proper aluminium hood and is most likely a numbers matching car. im not sure how to tell. It has the correct 18g engine. nd i was told by PO that it has never been switched out. The car is currently licensed and tabbed in my name. just didnt have the plates on it for the pics. Being a right hand drive makes this car all the more fun to drive and you get looks constantly. This is the perfect running driving project that even an amateur can tackle and feel comfortable with doing. It can be a drive as you go resto. The interior is quite nice with minor imperfections. Someone added a period correct clock. while its not original to my knowledge. it looks pretty cool. Gauges are nice. steering wheel looks great. carpet has a split below the shifter but is hardly noticeable. Seats look great. Dash is quite nice as are all the knobs and switches. Pretty sure everything works. even the map light. The clock works sometime. Gauges all work. heater works as it should. One of the armrests has some wear. All of the lights are working as they should. CD player works well. but original radio is included. as is the original steering wheel and shift knob. Overall it is a great driver condition interior. The engine runs out great. and makes plenty of power(for what it is). Has good oil pressure. Tranny shifts good through all the gears. and the clutch works great. The car drives nice and tight and is a ton of fun. The rhd is pretty hard to come by and in my opinion makes this car a ton of fun. Engine leaks a bit of oil when parked. but i am looking into it. The engine number is 18g-u-h 13645 The body of the car will need some attention to be great again. It had an amateur paint job 25 years ago and its showing its age. The lower section of the car looks to have some filler. so plan on doing rockers and lower fenders. The nice part here is the top of the rockers(the door sills) and dog legs are in great shape with no rust at all. as is the trunk. its super solid. But the car has various paint flaws and scratches and like i said will need lower sheet metal repair. Nothing crazy at all by the looks of it. and can be tackled fairly easily. Just look at the pics and you will have a pretty good idea. The chrome has light checking and weathering. with most of it being original. its pretty standard. Aluminum hood looks to be in very nice shape. The car appears to be accident free with no evidence of any collisions. I have to pull the convertible top frame out of storage but i think its in pretty decent shape. All in all. this is a great running driving project. Being a 63 rhd it will only continue to rise in value and The new owner will have a ton of fun. I do have a buy it now in mind. but am afraid to put it up due to scammers. so if you are serious about the car feel free to call me at 425-802-8682. Please ask any and all questions as i may have forgot some info. happy bidding and thanks for looking
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Comments and questions to the seller:
from Jeffrey Taylor, dated 02 august 2016 Not sure if I missed something in the listing but where is the car located. Thank you
from Ken Henkel, dated 22 april 2015 Hello,
Is the MG still available? If so, where is it located? I am in Maryland and am just wondering how far away it is from me. You mention a buy-it-now price, would you be willing to share that? I look forward to hearing from you.
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