The MG B Roadster is a quintessential symbol of mid-twentieth century British motoring. This example is finished in classic Damask Red over a black interior with a black top and matching boot. According to the selling dealer, the car was re-sprayed in its original color in 2015. The dual-carbureted 1.8L four-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual transmission make for an engaging driving experience on back roads. This MG B represents a great opportunity for those looking to experience classic top-down British motoring.
|Location||Eldersburg, Maryland 21784|
|VIN / Chassis||GHN5UD295545G|
|Mileage||45,200 Miles Shown - TMU|
|Engine||Carbureted 1.8L Inline-Four|
|Exterior Color||Damask Red|
|Title Status||Clean (Pennsylvania)|
|Loan Status||No loan|
Per the selling dealer, this MG B Roadster benefits from a 2015 respray in factory Damask Red. According to the selling dealer, the prior owner was an avid enthusiast and the head of the Pennsylvania MG B club. Modifications appear to be limited to an AM/FM/cassette stereo, K&N air filters, an aftermarket exhaust system, and 14-inch alloy wheels.
The MG B was launched in 1962 and utilized a modern unibody chassis design. This chassis incorporated one of the first uses of crumple-zones designed to offer greater passenger protection. Power was provided by a carbureted 1.8L inline-four-cylinder engine paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Braking was supplied via front disc-brakes with dual-piston calipers and rear drums. Series production ended in 1980.
Unibody chassis with crumple-zones
1.8L inline four-cylinder engine
Dual SU carburetors
4-speed manual transmission
Front disc brakes with dual-piston calipers
Manual convertible top with matching boot cover
Manual wind-up windows
Aftermarket 14-inch alloy wheels
AM/FM/Cassette audio unit
K&N air filters
Aftermarket exhaust system
Paint-matched engine block and valve cover
Paint chips on leading-edge surfaces
Passenger seat vinyl is cracked
Convertible top boot
The Pennsylvania title notes "mileage exceeds the mechanical limits" and displays an "antique vehicle" designation.
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