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MG B Roadster MKII 1970 (H) Blue
Registered on 26th February 1970 and finished in mid Blue with a Grey Leather interior, Blue Vinyl Soft Top, Blue vinyl Tonneau Cover, Blue carpets, fully carpeted boot, wooden Mota-Lita Steering Wheel, rebuilt and up-rated 1900cc 'unleaded' Engine, 4 Speed Gearbox with Overdrive, Stainless Steel Sports Exhaust with twin tail pipes and Chrome Wire Wheels.
This car was the subject of a complete rebuild by specialist restorer Ray Parrott of Tendring in Essex in 2013 and this included stripping the body-shell to bare metal and replacing many body panels including the fitting of an aluminium MGC bonnet and there are photographs in the file of the rebuild. Total cost for car and works was £17,000.
In addition, the following works were undertaken including new parts:
New Front and Rear Suspension with Poly Bushes
New Spax adjustable Shock Absorbers + overhauled Steering Rack
New Uprated Front Disc Brakes + overhauled rear Brakes with new wheel cylinders
New Wheel bearings, all new brake and clutch pipes, new stainless oil cooler pipes
New Petrol Tank with high volume fuel pump and new pipework
New Stainless Steel Sports Exhaust System with Twin tail Pipes
New electrical components including new Wiring Loom and front and rear lights
New 12v Battery fitted in the boot along with Battery Cut-Off switch inside car
Reconditioned Dashboard, new Mota-Lita Steering Wheel
New Windscreen and rubbers, new door glass + door, bonnet and boot rubbers
New Chrome Wire Wheels and Spinners + new Chrome-work and Chrome Sill Covers
Rebuilt 'Unleaded' Engine to 1900cc and fully balanced with fast road Cam
New Venier Timing chain, Valves, Pistons and Bearings,
New Lichton Flywheel, New Clutch and Alloy Rocker Cover
Overhauled Radiator and Hoses + New water pump
Overhauled Carburettors with new Petrol Pipes and Gaskets, New K & N Air Filters.
The mileage on the speedometer upon completion and when it was MOT'd in April 2013 was 26,681 and it has now covered 29,160, so only 2,500 miles since the rebuild.
The car looks fabulous in this colour scheme and is in excellent condition throughout and drives fantastically. It is a 'matching numbers' car and has a Heritage Classic Car Insurance Valuation of £21,000 and is HPi clear on all registers and is MOT'd until May 2017. Road Tax exempt.
If you are looking for a reliable and great touring car for the summer, this should be a consideration + it will be a good investment!
Car on display @ our showrooms in Mortlake
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Manual with Overdrive
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Right Hand Drive
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