The MGC Roadster was a 2,912 cc, straight-6 version of the popular MGB and was developed to succeed the Austin Healey 3000, which ended production in 1967.
It developed 145Bhp at 5250rpm and pushed the MGC Roadster to 193km/h – very respectable for the time.
To cope with the extra weight of the six-cylinder engine, the MGC Roadster was equipped with a more robust torsion bar suspension in front.
The MGC Roadster was only produced for two years, from 1967 – 1969, and only 4542 cars were built. The MGC Roadster is considered a collectible today.
This fine example is spotless inside and out and drives like an absolute dream.