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MGB Collection. 3 roadsters. 1971 harvest gold, 1974 burgundy, 1979 Russet. All with new tops. All totally roadworthy. Maintained by retired BMC technician. Prices from $6000 to $9000. Call Bob at 304-268-9440. WV
1971 MGB w/optional hardtop. Complete body restoration. 82,000 miles. Great driver. Inside storage. Call or email Roger for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org or 620-200-2900. $8500 OBO. Hutchinson KS.
MGB Project. '73 driver, good mechanical condition, restoration started, many new parts to complete. '78 complete car with good title, has OD transmission. '82, parts car. All for $3500. Contact Wayne at email@example.com . TX
1967 Roadster in very good condition. Must sell on doctor’s orders. 58,000 miles. Extensively renovated. Runs well. Car in Naples, FL. For more photos and information, please contact Ken Strassner at 404-353-2454 or firstname.lastname@example.org . $20,000 or best offer. Quick sale needed. Help me find a good home for this great car. **
Classic chrome bumper 1968 MGB in original British Racing Green with 67,200 miles. I’ve owned it since 1998. Fully restored in early 90’s by University Motors. Always garaged. No rust. Runs great. Four speed with overdrive. $18,000. William Barton, Austin TX 512-921-7902. Email: email@example.com .
1974 MGB, body was completely gone through ~4 years ago. New floors, Chrome, interior, tires, battery, paint, several body panels. Lots of work done to it by local LBC shop. Engine has not been out but runs strong and carries good oil pressure. 126,000 miles. Asking $8,500. Contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. VA*
1974 MGB. 70,000 miles. Very solid, very well cared for. No accidents and not abused. New paint and many new updates. Garage kept. Picture does not do this car justice as it was dirty at the time. This car shines, runs and drives perfectly. Call or text for more info and more photos. Gary at 864-361-5389. $8500 OBO. Greenville, SC
1974 1/2 MGB. New carpet, valve cover, air cleaners, master cylinder, electronic points. Heads re-done, valves changed and tuned by John at University Motors. Asking $15,500. No rust. 574-295-7771. *
1977 MGB. Peoria Illinois. In great mechanical shape, just under 19K miles. New tires, suspension bushings have been replaced along with and engine seals. Tech manual and service history. Interior needs some love. New mirrors included. $7000 OBO. email@example.com. 608-332-1000.*
Manuals and Kits. AMGBA Tech Manual Vol 2, Haynes Restore Manual, Lucus Manual, Josh Malks Collector Car Manual, New Color Tune Engine Diagnostic Kit, New SU Carb Sync and Tool Kit, MGB Survival Manual. Email: Joe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Midget Parts for Sale: Tonneau cover $150. Tonneau bars in factory original bag $50. Boot cover $100. Top Frame $100. Factory original SU Air Cleaners sandblasted and repainted $50. Call/text or email: Greg Abrams, 805-405-3617. email@example.com.
MG Original sales brochures: 1965-62, $35; 1963-68, $25; 1969-70, $18, 1971-80, $15. $4.95 shipping. Specify year, model. Have other MG models plus most cars/trucks, worldwide. Walter Miller, 6710 Brooklawn, Syracuse, NY 13211. 315-432-8282. fax; 315-432-8256. www.autolit.com . (in every issue)
Parts for your MGB, MGB-GT and Midget at http://parts.mgclub.org. Also parts for all MGs and other vehicles!(in every issue)
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Midget hardtop. I've seen many different types but I'm only looking for a hardtop exactly like the one in this photo. I'll buy your hardtop in any condition only if it looks like the one in the attached photo. Please call/text/email: Greg Abrams, 805-405-3617, firstname.lastname@example.org .
University Motors Ltd has now transformed into University Motors Online. Although John Twist will no longer work in his shop, he will be available for consultation, technical advice shows and seminars.
But, he is not really re-tiring - it's more like re-treading. Freed from the daily business operations, he shall have more time to dedicate to MG technical publications and presentations. His website is still www.universitymotorsltd.com and shall remain active. He is available to present technical seminars for your club, organization, or business. He will always be able to be contacted by the website. He won't be far away!
John Twist can be reached at:
But, he is not really re-tiring - it's more like re-treading. Freed from the daily business operations, he shall have more time to dedicate to MG technical publications and presentations. His website is still www.universitymotorsltd.comand shall remain active. He is available to present technical seminars for your club, organization, or business. He will always be able to be contacted by the website. He won't be far away!
He can be reached at www.universitymotorsltd.comor 616-307-6737.
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