Featured on AutoHunter, the net public sale platform pushed by ClassicCars.com, is that this 1974 MG MGB roadster. It’s powered by a 1.8-liter inline four-cylinder engine backed by a four-speed guide transmission. A number of new parts have been up to date over the previous 5 years together with a brand new windshield, inside, Nardi steering wheel, entrance and rear suspension, and white paint. Completed with a black delicate high over a tan leather-based inside, this MG comes with a automobile cowl and clear title within the vendor’s identify.
In 2018, the outside was refinished in what reportedly is the unique white hue. Options embody “early” chrome bumpers with bumper guards, newer windshield and gasket, guide black convertible high with plastic rear home windows, full-length facet trim, newer bullet-style mirrors, and baggage rack.
A set of 14-inch Rostyle metal wheels is wrapped in 175/70/R14 Michelin Weatherwise radial tires that had been put in in 2018. Moreover, an alloy valve stem package has been added.
The cabin has been furnished with an inside package from Moss Motors that features tan leather-based seat covers, and tan carpeting, door playing cards (aka “door panel” to Individuals), and facet panels. Options embody woodgrain trim, $500 aluminum and wooden Nardi steering wheel, guide steering, console-mounted guide transmission shifter, and black flooring mats. The trunk is provided with a more moderen molded carpet package.
The instrument panel consists of a 120-mph speedometer, 7,000-rpm tachometer, and gauges for the gasoline degree, coolant temperature, and oil stress. The odometer reads 16,970 miles, with 310 miles having been added in the course of the vendor’s three years of possession.
Energy is supplied by a 1.8-liter inline four-cylinder engine outfitted with twin carburetors, alloy valve cowl, and newer spark plugs and ignition wiring. A four-speed guide transmission helps put the MG in movement.
The entrance and rear suspensions had been rebuilt inside the previous 5 years. Braking is dealt with by guide entrance discs and rear drums. A single exhaust system exits on the rear via twin retailers.
The net public sale for this 1974 MG MGB roadster ends on Wednesday, July 5, 2023, at 12:50 p.m. (PDT)