MG Cs may have had a rough ride in period, but good ones are now very sought after on the classic market, as enthusiasts increasingly appreciate what a fine car it is in its own right rather than viewing it as an MG B with a difference. This extremely smartly-presented example is finished in the contrasting combination of Old English White bodywork and Black interior trim with white pipping. Having received an extensive bodywork restoration in c.2003, it further benefits from an MG Motorsport "fast road" engine, complete with triple 45 Weber Carburettors, Maniflow 6 branch manifold with duel pipe and twin rear box exhaust system, rebuilt gearbox and overdrive, uprated suspension and brakes, quick rack with EZ power steering, MGOC "executive" seats - other extras include chrome wire wheels and boot rack, and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. "CAN 976H" has been in the current ownership for the last 14 years and is offered with a large history file documenting all work completed and a collection of old MOT certificates dating back to the 1980's. The vendor currently grades the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, six-cylinder engine and four-speed overdrive gearbox as all being in "ve
Registered new in Jersey in July 1968, this is one of only a handful of examples of this rare car registered in the Channel Islands, where it remained until 2014. Supplied by the main agents at the time, Cleveland Garages of St Hilier, the salesman still recalls demonstrating the car at the customers house and taking the order in the summer of 1968.The first owner, a Mr Denton, never sold the motor car and following his death the car accordingly passes to his son. Mr . Denton Jnr, did eventually sell the car to a clearly discerning knowledgeable gentleman, in whose custody the car was maintained and cherished until he sold it in late 2014.To support this provenance, the detailed history file contains the original Buff Logbook and new log book showing this extremely limited ownership. Furthermore, the car has only covered 38000 miles from new which is supported by the history file and the original Passport to Service Book.In 1988/89, when the car was some 20 Years old, the original owner, Mr Denton senior, decided to have the 'C' renovated. He entrusted this work to the marquee specialist's Naylor Brothers who then, over a 8 month period, fastidiously brought the 'C' up to what was described in detailed correspondence as 'concourse' condition.What is clear from the correspondence is that what started as a quote for £4500 worth of work ended up with a total invoice of just shy of £14000, and that was in 1989! At today's prices that would be nearly treble that.
Finished in Tartan Red with contrasting black leather interior and red piping. Complete with Heritage Certificate showing authenticity. A truly beautiful low mileage example which drives very well, to be sold with a new MOT.
Fantastic example of the MGC 3.0, a rare car with a lovely history and a genuine 38.000 miles with only 3 owners.
1968 MGC Roadster. Manual with Overdrive. Tartan red with black leather upholstery and red piping, black mohair packaway hood and a black mohair tonneau cover. Supplied new in March 1968 by University Motors Ltd of Piccadilly London W1. Fitted options included wire wheels, heater, packaway hood and overdrive. This lovely MGC was restored in 2002 and is still in super condition today having been part of a private collection. The leather interior is splendid and the carpets still exemplary. The car still has its original steering wheel and gear knob. On the outside the paintwork is still very fresh with an excellent sheen as is the brightwork. The mohair hood is watertight with clear screens side and rear. A set of 15" chrome wire wheels complete the look of the car giving it great presence. The straight six engine starts on the button and is very smooth with good oil pressure and pulls very strongly through the rev range. The gearbox is equally smooth with precise gear changes and working overdrive. A fresh MOT will be applied before sale. You will not be disappointed with this wonderful classic and viewing is highly recommended. Remarkable in condition this is a vehicle that any enthusiast would be very proud to own. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
Year of construction 1969 color english white leather black FIVA Documents 5 times Tour Auto Weber caburrator original LHD price 37.500,- EUR
POA Replacement for the ageing Austin-Healey 3000, the MGC was launched in 1967 powered by a new 2,912cc, six-cylinder engine. Fitting this larger engine into the existing MGB bodyshell resulted in a number of significant changes, including the adoption of a new front cross member and torsion bar springing for the front suspension, while the bonnet was given the C’s characteristic bulge. Less agile than the lighter MGB, the ‘C’ excelled as a Grand Tourer, its high axle ratio and lazy engine - 100mph equates to just 3,750rpm - making for effortless high-speed cruising. Better appreciated now than in its heyday, the MGC lasted for just two years, production ceasing in 1969 after around 9,000 cars had been built. This is one of the very last MGC’s to be built, being registered in September 1970 as ELF 698J, little is known of the early history due the bereavement of a previous owner, however we do know that this MGC received a full nut and bolt, bare metal restoration in 2000, by 2005 the mileage was only 33000 miles, which was believed to be genuine, today the mileage is 37500 miles. The car was recommissioned on sale in 2005, and has been used sparingly since. Mot mileage reports sh
(SOLD) This fabulous 1969 MGC GT offered here has undergone a comprehensive restoration to a Show / Driver level with no expense being spared. The car is handsomely finished in deep black with matching upholstery piped red. During the restoration process, the car was completely disassembled; the body was restored and finished in high quality paint. All systems were restored, rebuilt or replaced, including the fuel system, cooling system, hydraulic system and electrical system. All brite work was replaced, or replated; complete new upholstery was professionally installed. The engine, transmission, and all the components were completely rebuilt. Since the restoration, it has only seen a few test miles and benefits from fastidious maintenance within the private collection of its previous owner. In spectacular condition throughout, this rare MGC GT is complete with all tools and offers six-cylinder power to complement the timeless design of its predecessor. This is a great car for an MG collector, enthusiast, or even to start your collection, and is detailed and Concours ready.
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