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Classic 1976 MGB red convertible

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Classic 1976 MGB red convertible "Old Man's Toy". Selling due to health reasons; peppy 1800 cc (62 horsepower), 4 speed transmission, 40,801 original miles, front/rear rubber bumpers, dual SU carburetors, black leather interior with sport bucket seats, AM-FM radio full tonneau, boot cover, jack and tool kit. **** 2021 restoration includes: (new ) BMC flame red paint, Maxtour GT radial tires, chrome wire wheels, convertible top, hood bonnet liner, carpet replacement set, Battery/battery charger, complete successful evaluation of electrical and mechanical functions. Garage kept and covered with heavy duty California cover, original owner's manual/driver's handbook and automotive repair manual. Everything works as it should. The little red classic in (must see) excellent showroom condition ... for additional information, please contact R. M. "Dick" Dragoo at 309-363-3451. Classic MG convertible - $12,500 (Lake Camelot, Illinois). For more photos see Facebook or Craig's List.
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