West Coast Classics are proud to present a great daily driving example of this 1973 MGB Mark III 1800cc Convertible in 'White' color paint with a 'Black' interior, a black soft top, highly desirable original factory wire wheels and it's original factory spare wheel in the trunk. All the options are working as they should including all gauges and lights.
This is one very nice example of this classic British sports car - a rust and accident free example of the legendary chrome bumper Mark III MGB roadster! The trunk, floor boards, rocker panels and all the typically rust prone areas are all solid and rust free, the chrome is good and the car still boasts both of its original 'Lucas PL700' tripod leadlamps. It is of note that the car was ordered radio delete, in fact a rare option!
The 'White' color paint is in good condition with only very minor imperfections noticeable upon very close inspection. The soft top is also in very good shape with a crystal clear rear window. The wire wheels were an optional extra.
This car has drives very well with no known issues! The engine purrs quietly under the hood and the 4 speed manual transmission shifts smoothly through the gears - an absolute pleasure to drive! The temperature always remains cool and there are no noticeable oil leaks.
The simple uncluttered lines of the early MGB's were never improved by later revisions (the MGB line survived until 1980) and it is still these early models, which were a sturdy, straight forward sports car with features that will fascinate enthusiasts for decades to come, that are most sought after by MG enthusiasts and collectors. There was no denying the appeal of the MGB which in almost all respects; performance, comfort, space and convenience was a distinct improvement on its predecessor, the MGA and despite of little or no profits being returned to British Leyland, the model enjoyed record sales for the company.
Without a doubt you will look hard to find a better daily driving example of this rare piece of British motoring history - perfect for the MG enthusiast or any classic British car collector!