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1968

MG MGB Roadster

$98,000

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    Owning and driving a classic MG MGB Roadster is a delightful experience that combines nostalgia, style, and pure love for the open road. This iconic British sports car, produced from the 1960s to the 1980s, embodies the essence of classic motoring and offers a unique set of joys to its fortunate owners. The timeless design, with its sleek lines and charming curves, evokes a sense of nostalgia and captures the attention of onlookers wherever you go.

    One of the greatest joys of owning an MG MGB Roadster is the sheer pleasure of driving it. This classic sports car offers an exhilarating driving experience with its responsive handling and agile nature. As you navigate winding roads, the MGB Roadster’s nimble chassis and well-balanced suspension make each curve a joy to conquer. The wind in your hair, the sound of the engine, and the feeling of connection with the road create an unmatched sense of freedom and excitement.

    This lovely example is meticulously looked after by its classic car enthusiast owner. Enhancements have been extensively made to heighten driving enjoyment and improve reliability whilst retaining the spirit of classic car ownership.

    Registration date: 8 May 1968 (Classic vehicle scheme)

    Original registration date: 8 May 1968

    COE expiration date: 10 Mar 2029

    Mileage: 74,500 km 

    Number of Ownership: 6

    1,799cc, naturally aspirated, inline-4

    >95hp @ 5,400rpm

    >149Nm @ 5,400rpm

    4-Speed close-ratio manual transmission

    0-100 km/h: <12.2s 

    Top Speed: >166km/h

    Restored bodywork

    Redone leather work

    Stage 2 high compression,  big valve cylinder head

    Cometic high-spec stainless steel head gasket

    Stronger, 5-main bearing engine block 

    Larger 1/34" SU carburettors at 

    Alloy rockers with needle roller bearings

    Larger custom-made radiator

    Larger 19-row oil cooler

    Works close-ratio gearbox

    11lbs aluminium flywheel

    Modern telescopic shock absorbers

    Updated front coil springs

    Parabolic rear leaf springs (2 leaves)

    Polyurethane bushes

    Rear anti-tramp bars

    Rear Panhard rod

    Stainless steel exhaust 

    Maniflow tubular, gas-flowed exhaust manifold with heat shield

    Additional electric cooling fan

    Relocated AC condenser with dedicated electric fan

    High capacity alternator