This very well restored and sorted C was imported in to the UK in the early 1990s and converted to RHD. Exceptionally well kept, with hand written log of all miles covered, work and servicing carried out. A meticulous owner.
• Year: 1968
In the 1930s, MG was heavily involved in motorsports, particularly in the very competitive small-bore classes where their small but powerful machines could really shine. As a result, MG built a variety of special homologation models to contest races, rallies and record-breaking attempts. In 1931 and 1932, MG adapted an M-Type chassis for George Eyston for his attempt to break a 750cc class 24-hour endurance record at the Autodrome de Montlhery in France. Eyston was successful in his attempt, and as a result, MG built a series of cars to his record-breaker’s specifications – known as the C-Type. The C-Type became a mainstay of the MG Competitions Department and proved a huge success, taking the first five places in the 1931 Brooklands Double Twelve race and finishing first in class and an astonishing 6 th overall at the LeMans 24 Hour race in 1933 (not far behind the works Alfa 8C 2300s) as well as top finishes in the Ulster TT. These tiny 750cc machines could certainly punch well above their weight. In the end, just 44 factory C-types were built and of those, 9 wore an Eyston-designed Powerplus supercharger, making these highly collectible, highly valuable and rare machines. Our fe
• Year: 1932
An excellent fully restored car We are pleased to bring this beautiful MG MGC GT 3 Litre back to the market after being supplied by ourselves in 2013 to it previous owner A rare car and a sure investment, a great water tight alternative to the Austin Healey 3000, with prices constantly on the rise and with fewer honest and clean examples becoming available it wont be long before these are £25k + Manual gearbox with overdrive. New Black leather Seats. 4 owners from new with the second to last owning this car for 30 years. A very original and un-messed with car. Showing 84,000 miles believed genuine. Professional body restoration to an extremely high standard. Never seen the rain since All suspension rebuilt and renewed, plus all brakes replaced and rebuilt. Detailed undercarriage, no rust and fully wax oiled. Recent water pump Recent alternator Conversion to 2 new 12 volt batteries to boost starting power. Just had a new 12 Months MOT and tax exempt. Drives extremely well A really nice restored example in correct factory specification that has covered around 3000 trouble free miles since leaving us, including the Goodwood trips every year
• Year: 1969
• Mileage: 84000 mi
• Engine size: 3
This stunning MGC was first registered on 3rd May 1968 and has spent 30 years with one owner. From the extensive history we know the MGC has covered 13,000 miles since 1983 and has been subject of two major refurbishment programmes during 1985 and 1995. The C is finished in the desirable colour of Mineral Blue with Dark Blue leather, Black soft top hood and is fitted with chrome wire wheels. VHN 204F has MOT certificates dating back to 1983 and a file of receipts totalling over £26,000. The MG was initially rebuilt in 1985 and from 1986-1990 covered over 2000 miles. From April 1990-February 1991 the owner was working overseas and the MG was placed in storage. From 1991 to 1995 another 3000 miles were covered and over the summer of 1995 was treated to further restoration work including a re-trim, full re-paint, new chrome work, hood and various other work. From September 1995 to 2012 the C covered 4600 miles and just 1000 miles have been covered since then. In total since the first restoration the car has covered 11,000 miles and proven to be a reliable, usable example in excellent mechanical order. The majority of the expenditure on VHN 204F has been with the same reputable Bradfor
• Year: 1968
• Mileage: 13000 mi
(from Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia) The MGC was a 2912 cc, straight-6 version of the MGB sold from 1967 and produced through to August 1969  with some sales running on into 1970. The car was given the model code ADO52. It was intended as a replacement for the Austin-Healey 3000 which would have been ADO51 but in that form, never got beyond the design proposal stage. The first engine to be considered was an Australian-designed six cylinder version of the BMC B-Series but the production versions used a 7 main bearing development of the Morris Engines designed C-Series that was also to be used for the new Austin 3-litre 4-Door saloon. In the twin SU carburettor form used in the MGC the engine produced 145 bhp (108 kW) at 5250 rpm. The body shell needed considerable revision around the engine bay and to the floor pan, but externally the only differences were a distinctive bonnet bulge to accommodate the relocated radiator and a teardrop for carburettor clearance. It had different brakes from the MGB, 15 inch wheels, a lower geared rack and pinion and special torsion bar suspension with telescopic dampers. Like the MGB, it was available as a coupé (GT) and roadster. An overdrive g
• Year: 1969
• Mileage: 51826 mi
RALLY PREPARED WITHOUT LOOKING AT ANY EXPENSES Brand MG Type C Color Blue Interior Black Year first registration 1969 Price € 21.500,- MG C RALLY PREPARED Very powerful example Rally prepared without looking at any expenses Superb driving example Comes with an impressive history file full of invoices Following decades of remarkable success on the racetrack and sales floor with its beloved four-cylinder sports cars, MG first experimented with six-cylinder power in 1967 with the release of the MGC, which neatly bridged the gap in BMC’s product line created by the demise of the Austin-Healey 3000. Available in both Roadster and GT Coupe form, the new model looked much like the MGB, aside from a pair of pronounced hood bulges and larger 14-inch diameter wheels. To accommodate the larger engine, however, the MGC front suspension eliminated the coil springs of the MGB in favor of a torsion bar and wishbone arrangement. With 145 horsepower and plenty of torque on tap, the MGC was the most powerful car MG produced during the era, trumping even the later V8-equipped MGBs of the mid-1970s. ABOUT THIS SPECIFIC EXAMPLE This MGC with chassis number GCN1U7234G is first registered at the 28th of
(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.
• Year: 1969
• Mileage: 674 mi
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