"I did want to let
everyone know that I was really impressed by the number of serious inquiries
about the car we received from running an ad with you. If you ever need
someone to recommend the effectiveness of advertising on your site and
newsletter, I would be glad to tell them how easy and effective it was. - Nell
"The 1964 MGB I had advertised on your site has been sold. I
received over 10 responses to the ad and the purchaser was one of them. Your
site provided great exposure and serious buyers, thanks! Bill Kuehrmann, St.
MGBs/Midgets. Parts cars: from $300. Good
restorable cars: $100 to $2500. Running cars: $1500 to $6000. New & Used Parts.
1964 MGB - Restoration ready, all parts
present accounted for ex. wiring and seats. Engine turns, veh # GHN3L/8362,
engine # 18G-U-H-16175. Titled in SC $1200 - Greenville, SC contact
1967 MGB. Originally a Texas car,
used lightly and garaged in upstate NY for the past 30 years. Starts and runs
well, 4-speed, stainless steel exhaust and alloy wheels, otherwise a restoration
project. $1000 firm to a good home. More pictures available.
Beautifully restored (2006) '68 MGB Roadster, 1.8L 93hp 4 speed, chrome
spoke knock off wheels. Less than 1,000 miles on it. Kept in a climate
controlled building. Paint is pristine! Originally from Phoenix, rust free,
solid body. Radial tires, Black leather interior with red piping. Car cover,
convertible top and tonneau cover. Asking $17,995. Chris at 918-344-8489. OK**
1971 Right-hand British MGB Roadster.
$4,000 Engine rebuild by BMC, Minnesota 2009, 1995cc, performance camshaft and
pistons, performance exhaust manifold, twin SU carbs. Rebuilt brakes and lines.
Black leather. Rollbars. Dunlops on 15" minilites. Paperwork for 50 years of
faithful service. Returning to UK, yours for $19,500.
1971 MGB. Complete mechanical restoration of very solid
Texas car. Built for optimal performance & reliability. Performance engine
rebuild w/1 ¾" carbs. Overdrive transmission. Stainless steel headers, exhaust.
Suspension rebuilt, lowered 1" with stiffer springs, nylon bushings, camber
adjusting A-Arms. New leather interior, weather gear, brakes, many electrical
components. $14,900. Have receipts for $25K. 910-687-0211,
email@example.com . NC*
1973 MGB-GT in excellent condition.
Have owned since 1975. Always garaged, no rust. All original except normal
maintenance. 12V battery replacing two 6V batteries. New Monza exhaust system -
sounds great! Will sell for best offer over $10,000. See car in Bradenton,
1974 MGB Roadster. # GHN5UE331726G,
Full body restoration, powder-coated wheels, new top and interior. Drive train
from 1971 roadster (18GK engine) supplanted. New clutch and hydraulics. Brake
system rebuilt. Comes complete with full tonneau & boot cover, jack & toolkit.
Runs as good as it looks. $12,000. Bob at 304-268-9440. WI
1976 MGB with
rebuilt engine, new tires, new convertible top, and new interior. Green with
92,000 miles. Located in Broken Arrow, OK. Asking $9500. Please contact
Craiton at 918-991-3535.*
1977 MGB 4 speed w/OD, Chartreuse with black int.,
new seats, brakes and tonneau, original owner kept this one on the road - all
43! Documented history, insurance agreed value $8,000, lovingly cared for and
carefully driven. $6,500 to a good home.
Jay.firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-687-3789. MA*
1980 MGB, 76,950 miles, 4 speed,
Weber carburetor, electronic ignition. Always garaged. VGC. $10,000. Also have
another 1980 MGB. 29,914 original miles. All original parts. Overdrive.
Has always been garaged. Second to last MGB sold from Oliver Joseph in
Belleville, IL. $16,000. VGC. Also 6 wire wheels. All have been sand
blasted, cleaned and painted. VGC $175.00 each. Walter at 618-604-2460 or
1980 MGB. Original and preserved.
Less than 44,500 actual miles Leland Motors specified air conditioning. Last six
digits of serial number are … 512786. Insurance agreed value $26,500 per Classic
Car Insurance of Texas. For more info:
email@example.com . TX*
None in this issue
Factory Hardtop any condition. Please send photos to Greg Abrams
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University Motors Online. Although John Twist will no longer work in his
shop, he will be available for consultation, technical advice shows and
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
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:
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Grand Rapids MI 49506
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