There has always been something special about an MGC GT. It may look like an ordinary BGT, but that subtle bulge in the bonnet and that glorious 6 cylinder engine make them very special cars. This particular car was completed in January 2014 having been completely rebuilt by MG Motorsport to the special order of a very discerning customer, with the aim to produce the very best possible MGC GT. This car is features stunning Tartan Red paintwork, with looks sensational whether the sun is shining or not! The car is fitted with 15 inch chrome wire wheels and all new exterior chrome. Inside the car is fitted with black leather reclining seats with headrests, which makes driving and enjoying the car a much more comfortable experience. The rest of the interior is all brand new, and perhaps even better than when it left the factory, with greater quality parts and build quality! This car is fitted with a lovely Moto-Lita leather-bound steering wheel. The car received many mechanical upgrades during its build, including a 5 speed manual gearbox with a high ratio first gear and uprated laygear, far superior ball joint front suspension with poly-bushes all-round, high ratio steering rack, electronic ignition and a fast road engine. The engine upgrade results in approximately 40-45% increase in power and torque. Every aspect of the car is absolutely outstanding having been restored on a rotisserie, with the underside just as good as the rest of it, just have a look at the photos! Sadly, or happily for us, the elderly discerning owner found the process of getting in and out of this car rather difficult following a knee operation and he bought one of our glorious Pagodas instead. In short, everything in the car has been replaced with a new item, or upgraded making it a sensational long distance cruise. Having covered just 4,000 miles since the rebuilt and having been described by renowned specialists MG Motorsport as 'Probably the best MGC GT in the world', it is now available at considerably less than its build cost! It really must been seen to be appreciated!
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 Dark Blue with a Black interior trim. Having received an extensive bodywork restoration previously 'PRE 550F' is fitted with power steering, uprated suspension, 5 speed gearbox, electronic ignition, high torque starter motor and kenlowe fan. More recently a new radiator and mohair hood have been fitted with new wire wheels, tyres and hubs. Showing 4 previous keepers and displaying a credible 85,050 miles the MG is offered with a large collection of invoices and old MOT certificates. The vendor currently grades the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, six-cylinder engine and five-speed overdrive gearbox as all being in "very good" order.
1970 MG C Gt Finished in Snowberry white. Tuned by Downton Engineering Works. Unrestored, NEVER WELDED and in outstanding condition, this car has had nothing more than a bare shell respray. All factory spot welds are present. Dry stored in a showroom 1970 - 1990. 17,080 miles from new Downton tuned Touring conversion No 43 Black leather interior Manual with overdrive Factory heated rear screen Chrome wire wheels rare nut type centre lock Original AM/FM stereo system in perfect working order Also included is one of the best service records I have ever seen (file is nearly three inches thick with all receipts dating back over 30 years). Previous MOT`s and tax disks Heritage trust certificate is present The exquisite paint, chrome and interior are matched by a immaculate trunk and engine compartment The MG C represents a fascinating chapter in the history of MG and another example of such incredibly high quality as this one will be exceedingly difficult to find. This Mgc will not disappoint as this is one of if not the best examples on the market, only used in good weather and stored in a heated garage every inch of this car is pristine.
MGC being fitted with Sebring valences, Halda and rally seats in preparation for its next rally outing. Ⓒ Lenham Sports Cars | All Rights Reserved
(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.
--Red with Black leatherette interior and Black Convertible Top. 47,000 miles. 2,912cc incline 6 cylinder, 4-speed manual transmission with Overdrive. 1,000 miles on rebuilt engine. The MG C was a 2912 cc, straight 6-cylinder version of the MGB sold from 1967 and produced until August 1969. In the twin SU carbureted form used in the MGC the engine produced 145 bhp 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 carb clearance. It had different brakes from the MGB, 15 inch wheels, a lower geared rack and pinion and special torsion bar suspension and telescopic dampers. Like the MGB, it was available as a coupé (GT) and roadster. An overdrive gearbox or three-speed automatic gearbox were available as options. The car was capable of 120 mph and a 0–60 mph time of 10.0 seconds. The MGC was cancelled in 1969 after less than two years of production, today the car is considered very collectible. This MGC Roadster having been in the same owner ship for over 25 years was partially restored around 2001. The work incl
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