1977 MG MGB Convertible Roadster

Price: $19,500

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Type: Used
Year: 1977
Make: MG
Model: MGB Convertible Roadster
Body: Convertible
Engine Size: 1.8L 4 CYL
Trans: Manual
Mileage: 72334
VIN: GHN5UH430659G
Stock: 30659
Ext Color: Green
Int Color: Beige/Tan

West Coast Classics are proud to present an exceptional example of a 1977 MGB Convertible with 4 speed manual transmission and presented in 'British Racing Green' color paint with Tan seats and black carpet and with believed to be only 77K original miles and with its original factory tonneau cover and full weather cover!

Obviously always garaged with no rust and no signs of any accidents or damage  - the car has excellent paint and interior and a nice black convertible top with its original matching black soft top tonneau cover and full weather tonneau cover and it's original factory spare wheel in the trunk! All the options are working as they should including all gauges and lights and the original 8 track radio/cassette!

This is a very nice and well cared for example of this classic British sports car - a very honest and rust and accident free 1977 MGB roadster with reportedly 77K original miles! The trunk, floor boards, rocker panels and all the typically rust prone areas are all completely solid and rust free - an obviously always garaged example!

 
Gorgeous and very rare and desirable color combination of original factory 'Brooklands Green' color paint; named after the legendary British Brooklands racetrack and in the legendary dark green international racing color of the United Kingdom, aka 'British Racing Green', and originally made famous by Bentley's hugely successful dark green cars raced at the Le Mans 24hr in the 1920's and later by such legendary British marques like Aston Martin, Cooper and Lotus in Formula One in the 1950's and 60's and obviously with a nod here by MG to the renown 'Brooklands' racetrack in England, which famously played host to the world's first 24 hour motor event in 1907 but which sadly closed to never reopen when WWII broke out in 1939!

The engine runs smooth and strong 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.

Without a doubt you will look long and hard to find a nicer or better presented daily driving example of this legendary piece of British motoring history in this most classic and desirable 'British Racing Green' color, the classic British sports car color - perfect for the MG enthusiast to enjoy today or any other classic British car lover!

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