This lovely 1972 MGB GT is a car we know well and is finished in perhaps the definitive classic shade of British Racing Green, complimented by cream hide interior and Moto Lita steering wheel and ‘Minilite’ style lightweight alloy wheels, making for a really sharp looking MG.
Because you still see so many MGB GT’s on the road, many people don’t take the time to appreciate what a great looking and driving car this really is, with styling by Pininfarina, the creative mastermind behind so many Ferrari’s of the 50’s and 60’s. Take a look at this car with fresh eyes and you really can begin to appreciate the lovely balanced proportions of this compact GT, in much the same way as you’d look at an Aston or an E type – don’t believe us? Then come and take a look!
With 1800cc, this MGB really is a great driver’s car, with enough power to easily keep up with modern traffic, along with good brakes, responsive steering and an unbeatable exhaust note that never fails to make you smile. Add in the overdrive ‘box and this really is a car that you could use every day, or just keep to enjoy on sunny evenings and weekends.
Built in 1972, our MGB is tax free and with access to such great spares availability along with low running costs, it really is a contender for the perfect ‘classic’ car. If you’d like to learn more, then please get in touch with us.
MGB’s are now finally beginning to be appreciated for the great cars they are and are at last seen as an appreciating asset. In years to come, we’ll probably all wonder why they remained such good value for so long, so if you’re genuinely interested in a great example of perhaps the quintessential British classic sports car, please contact us to arrange a viewing. If you’re looking for a beautifully presented MGB GT, then this one won’t disappoint.