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1976 MG MGB Convertible 1.8 Liter I4 4 Speed Manual Classic Vintage Collector

1976 MG MGB --

Condition: Used
Make: MG
Model: MGB
Type: Convertible
Trim: --
Year: 1976
Mileage: 12571
VIN: GHN5UG406012G
Color: Yellow
Engine: 1.8 Liter I4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Concord, North Carolina, United States

Description for MG MGB 1976

The open road must be calling. That's why you're looking at the perfect top-down getaway machine like this 1976 MGB. We love a good MGB because of the emotional connection it instantly makes. A sleek European body with compact proportions always looks ready for a journey down the country lanes. The chrome trunk rack is just begging to have a wicker picnic basket strapped to it. So even when you're on a milk run, people are wondering if... you're really off on a long holiday. The light yellow paint goes perfectly with this car's sunny-day personality. It also provides a great contrast to the black bumpers, folding roof, and yes, even the tires. The color scheme is tied together properly with the black stripes that runs the full length of the car - and even has MGB included on the rear fenders. So this yellow and black full package has a two-one like appeal. The full black interior looks great with the exterior color scheme, and that's exactly what you want because this car was meant for open top fun. This entire interior feels quite original, right down to the texture on the bucket seats. But there is a nice upgrade to a Kenwood AM/FM/cassette stereo for more modern top-down tunes. MG built the ideal space for two people without adding any extra unnecessary weight or ornamentation. That leaves you with a pure driving experience. The space between the three-spoke wheel and the stick shift is exceptionally close for comfortable and quick performance. The driver gets a full set of Smiths gauges with a large speedometer and tachometer as well as dials for other vitals such as oil, fuel, and water. Power comes from a sprightly 1798cc four-cylinder motor, and it's suspected to be original to the car. With a sporty exhaust note and a willingness to rev, the engine lives up to its British roadster pedigree by offering a mighty experience in a small package. The sound of the powerplant, the slickness of the four-speed gearbox, and unmatched tight handling are some of this car's many virtues. Plus, there's a surefooted feeling on the road thanks to the MG's iconic large 14-inch alloy wheels, modern Kumho tires, and disc brakes behind the front set. This well-coordinated MGB was designed for driving passion. The open road is calling, and now you can answer it for quite an affordable price. Call today!!!