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1967 MG MGB

Sale price: $US $13,100.00 make an offer

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Manufacturer: MG
Model: MGB
Year: 1967
Type: Convertible
Color: Red
Mileage: 77,000
Engine: 1800
Transmission: 5-Speed
Trim: B
Interior Color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1967 MGB Roadster for Sale
1967 MGB Roadster California. 3-Owner. Documented. Restored w/Upgrades 77k Original Miles. 5-Speed. Electric Power Steering . please be patient while the many photos load.

I have spent over 20 years of my adult life driving MGB's daily. They have been in our family since I was a kid. But never have I owned such an amazing B! This Roadster has it all! Original Report of Sale from dealer selling new. BMC Passport to Service book with first owner's information. a letter that was sent along with the data plate and even the original. unused spare key. I started to dig through what turned out to be a mountain of documentation (over 130 documents) spanning 50 years and decided to create a history legacy which I will include a link to in this listing to show the cars life from beginning to now.

Purchased on October 21. 1966 at Jim Cochrane British Cars. Ltd. in Burlingame. California. Serial # GHN3L95237 has enjoyed a pampered. California life with her needs always met. The young TWA stewardess went on to marry the salesman that sold her the car! She loved and cared for this MGB until she was getting older and more difficult for her to drive in the late 1990's then passed it along to her (and the salesman's) son in the early 2000's. The son of the original owner did quite a bit of restorative work on it before selling to a British man. a life-long enthusiast in 2009. In the aforementioned service legacy. I found a 2009-2013 gap with just three receipts from that owner. I quickly located him and he spent a good deal of time on the phone with me closing the loop. Unfortunately for us. he did not document his expenses so they are not included in the legacy. He went to work over the next few years giving the already very complete. accident and rust-free car the proper. respectful restoration it deserved. It was stripped to bare metal where no accidents or rust were to be found. He repainted the car in its original color it left the factory in. Tartan Red. The car was disassembled and included the painting of the jambs. At that time he added an overdrive transmission but had to change the speedometer in order to stay accurate with the new overdrive setup (now converted to a 5-speed. more below). He speaks highly of the car calling it "one of the good ones".

In September of 2013 the car sold to it's most recent owner. From here the car goes from a beautiful and proper restoration to everything being about upgrades. performance and drivability. In the last three years a whopping $27. 00 was spent creating an MGB that drives like no other! The engine was rebuilt; balanced with a lightened flywheel and performance cam and runs perfectly. The new Weber side-draft provides excellent acceleration at higher RPMs. A 5-speed Ford Sierra Type 9 gearbox with a heavy duty clutch provide quick and effortless shifting without changing the placement of the original shifter. Easysteer electric power steering was installed with a knob at the upper-left side of the speaker to adjust on command. Braking and handling is dramatically improved with Wilwood slotted disc brakes upfront. front and rear coil-over suspension with adjustable gas shocks and sway-bar. The lack of body roll and increased control over the car is remarkable. It has a Tourist Trophy Stainless Steel Sport Exhaust recently installed as well. And of course. all the peripherals have been addressed such as upgraded radiator. coil. ignition. tires. battery. etc.

The interior is beautiful with black leather seating with red piping. newer carpeting. panels. etc. The top frame has been restored and a new top is installed with excellent fitment. I read somewhere in the notes that the tonneau cover had never been used until much later in its life. It too is in fantastic shape.

The paint is smooth as factory and it looks that the wheels may actually be newer or restored. Very nice glass. chrome and trim. Very. very straight.

Incredible opportunity to own a very low mileage. very well documented Mark I California MGB with all of the best performance upgrades and just enough originality to speak to its transparent past.

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Asking price listed on our site. This listing will end the moment a reasonable offer is made. Available only at Left Coast Classics! Direct your inquiries to Donn 844-LEFTCOA (844-533-8262) . because life's too short to drive the wrong car.

Reserves are subject to change over the course of an auction so please do not ask. The minimum I will take for the car is the most reasonable offer I receive. Asking prices are listed on our website. Please review and if interested. make an offer

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Engine# 18GBUH49274
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Conditions & Terms: A bid on this vehicle constitutes a commitment to buy. If you are committed and capable of purchasing this vehicle we welcome your bid! If you have any questions whatsoever please ask them before bidding. We will be pleased to answer your questions. Upon meeting the auction reserve. your bid will be considered a lawfully binding contract. By bidding on this vehicle you are agreeing to these terms and conditions.

We make every reasonable effort to describe this vehicle and use many photographs to help in this description. Please remember that this is a used vehicle. It is not new. The mileage on this vehicle has been recorded at the time of listing and is subject to change. Regardless of our commitment to describe vehicles in as much detail as possible there will be imperfections. Us failing to mention for example an item such as a paint imperfection. an inoperable switch etc. does not constitute refusal of a car by the buyer. Vehicles are complex machines with thousands of parts. Classic & special interest vehicles are broad in their differences and uniqueness. Even though we attempt to be as clear and concise in our descriptions as possible. some of these are cars that we buy and consign. They are not our own personal cars and we do not always know what to specifically look for. It may have issues that are inherent to a vehicle of its type and/or age. In short. we encourage you to ask questions. We also encourage inspections to avoid any misunderstandings. This vehicle is being sold "as-is". with no warranty. expressed or implied. Vehicle is available for an inspection prior to purchase and we will be happy to arrange one at the expense of the interested buyer. Again. the winning bidder is committed to following through on the transaction. First Time Classic Car Buyers. Welcome to the classic car hobby! But please consider that these old cars. even when in great operational order are nothing like your modern car! Please do not expect even a restored several decades old car to perform with the same preciseness or reliability as a late model car. If you're new to the hobby please feel free to contact me. I have driven classic cars continuously for over 30 years and am happy to share the joys as well as the realities involved in owning these special old cars.

Taxes and Licensing: California buyers will be charged sales tax and licensing and processed on your behalf. Out of state buyers (including other countries). we will send title and you will be responsible for registration and taxes in your own state or providence. All transactions will be charged a $55 documentation fee in addition to the sales price. If leaving the state or country. the car must be picked up by a transportation company that can provide a bill of lading. otherwise California sales tax will be charged. (All licensed transport companies provide these). Personalized plates on vehicles (if any) belong to the owner of record and cannot be included with the vehicle.

A non-refundable deposit of $500 is due within 48 hours of the auction close. The remaining balance is due within 72 hours of the close of auction. unless other arrangements were made. Accepted payment methods are bank wire transfers. cashier's checks and money orders. If you wish to obtain financing. please do so ahead of time. We reserve the right to end the auction early. We also reserve the right to verify any or all bids to ensure exceptional auction integrity. Please do not ask the reserve amount. as we will not disclose this information.

Transportation expenses are the sole responsibility of the buyer. We cannot be held liable for any problems or damages arising from or due to transportation handling. The buyer is responsible for all shipping charges and fees from point of sale to the final destination. In addition. it is the buyers responsibility to arrange & coordinate shipping. We are happy to provide a list of transporters but by providing this information we are not able to guarantee your satisfaction with the services you are provided. Please specifically ask the shipper/broker if they have experience shipping they type of vehicle you are buying! Mechanical damage can occur to classic vehicles when transported improperly. not tied down correctly. driven up and down steep ramps repetitively to load and unload other vehicles. etc. This can cause loss of fluids. clutch or suspension damage. etc. We strongly encourage using classic car specialists and enclosed transportation for these rare. old cars!

Retractions: We will not accept bid retractions. If you bid and retract you will be added to our blocked bidder list and future bids will not be accepted. If you do not follow up on your purchase you will be reported to ebay's safe harbor and we will submit your username to ebay's non-paying bidder program. Ebay allows for you to triple check your bid before finally entering the bid. To bid. you must be 18 years of age or older. If you are a bidder with only negative feedback. please contact us prior to bidding.

Feedback: We encourage you to read our feedback. We are proud of our track record and hope that it will instill the confidence needed to help you make a decision to purchase. Upon receipt of of positive feedback. we will post same.

This vehicle is being sold by Left Coast Classics. LLC a licensed vehicle dealer in the state of California.

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