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1954 MG TF for sale. 1250 cc. 4 speed. Very pretty and fun to drive. Just gone over mechanically by Motor Car Garage in Mt. Holley NJ.Beautiful chrome all around. Windshield chrome, grill, bumpers, gauge chrome, etc. look excellent. Beautiful black leather interior, carpets, canvas top, glove boxes, new gas tank, etc. Paint looks good. Tonneau and rear wheel cover included. Looks very nice underneath. Under fenders has wonderful paint. Not sure if motor is original to car. Retiring and moving, so its time to sell. Please text or email with any questions or if you would like to see the TF.MGTF TF MGTD TD MGA MGB MGC Midget MG Triumph TR3, TR4, TR5, TR6 TR 3 4 5 6 Austin Healy Fiat Jaguar Healey TC MGTC MGTA British Martin Porsche BMW
Trim Black Leather Canvas Top
1980 MGB Roadster V-6 Conversion project Heavy lifting done, has fallen off the bucket list. 2.8 Pontiac V6, classic conversion kit: Headers, engine mounts, trans mount. Has new carb, intake manifold, pulley set. In addition, it has a digital gauge package. Wiring 99% complete. REALLY NICE Midwestern body. Purchased 2 yrs ago just running out of time, too many projects.
Trim 2 door
1973 MG Midget. This car is an all original low mile survivor car. Western U.S. car finished in its original Damask Red paint with black interior and top. there is ZERO rust on the car. It is a survivor car. Paint shines nicely however the original owner had a run in with a deer which dented the hood and drivers side front fender along with some scratches. The fender should be an easy fix, the hood would require a little more finesse that would likely require a repaint. As I bought the car to drive and tour in, I was not concerned with fixing it as it doesn't affect the driveability of the car at all. The original owner also fitted the car with an AM/FM/CD stereo and two speakers which rest behind the seats, no holes were drilled to install them. Also fitted in period was a trunk lid luggage rack and a set of now very rare 14inch American Racing aluminum wheels. The top I believe is original and functions properly. The windows on the convertible top look as though they were replaced and one was replaced/repaired a second time as it is stitched to the roof along with heat pressing. The engine is the original 1275cc 4 cylinder engine with optional aluminum valve cover. The car runs and drives strong and cruises easily at 50-55 on the highway. It does leave a few drops of oil, but nothing major for a 44 year old car. A four forward gears and reverse shift smoothly with no grinding or missing. The tires are older but decent with plenty of tread and the brakes work perfectly. Inside the car is original and shows it's age. There is a small tear on the drivers seat backrest and a crack in the top of the dash (common). The carpeting is also original but really only shows its age on the center tunnel section. Again the original owner replaced the stereo with a modern unit. Previous owner replaced the original shift knob with a wood knob. Original 3 spoke steering wheel is complete and in excellent condition. All of the instruments function with the exception of the horn, windscreen wipers, and the reverse lights. In the trunk resides one of the original Rostyle wheels from when the car was new along with an original tire and the original jack. Looking around the trunk you can see that there is no rust or any kind of accident damage. Overall the paint is in very good condition. Being 44 years old it has a very nice shine to it, though there are some chips and scratches throughout. The chrome trim is original and also in very nice condition. All of the lenses are the original LUCAS pieces, and the glass is original Triplex. The owner I purchased the car from had never put the convertible top up in the entire 10 years she owned the car and it never saw rain under her ownership. I purchased the car earlier this year, from her in Idaho and had it shipped to me in an enclosed hauler to Pennsylvania where it has resided in my climate controlled garage and I am now making room for other projects. The Good: 100% original paint and interior. Rust free Western U.S. car. Runs and drives with no issues. Rare American Racing aluminum wheels 54,000 original miles. The Bad: Prior damage from accident with a deer. Missing keys for the door and trunk locks. Horn not working. Windscreen Wipers not working. Reverse Lisghts not working. I have owned many MGs in the past and this Midget has been an absolute blast to drive. Puts a smile on your face every time. It has been used exclusively for touring and nice day drives. It is titled and registered as an Antique vehicle in the state of Pennsylvania and the title shows just under 54,000 actual miles. It has not seen any rain or snow to my knowledge and it clearly shows that it was not an abused car. It's an honest survivor car. It would make an excellent touring car as it sits or is an ideal candidate for a restoration project. I am an avid antique/classic car collector, and a member of the operations committee for the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix and a member of the Antique Automobile Club of America, Porsche Club of America, Vintage VW Club of America, Mercedes Benz Club or America, BMW Club of America and the Mustang Club of America. If you have any questions, please ask before bidding. The MG is sold as is with no warranties expressed or implied. $500 deposit due within 24 hours of purchase, payment in full within 7 days. Buyer is to arrange all shipping and transport for the car.
Original California car and is an early, low serial # MGB with highly desirable pull handle doors. It retains early classic looks while having upgrades for drivability and convenience such as a full synchronized transmission, five main bearing engine, and 12 volt negative ground conversion. Finished in British Racing Green and black interior with white piping, the car shows well, drives and stops great! This car was treated to a full engine rebuild when it was freshened a few years ago. The soft top is a very nice correct vinyl top with 2 piece top bows. Has tonneau bows and 1/2 tonneau cover too. All electrical and mechanical systems work as they should. All gauges work, and car has been thoroughly checked. Paint is very nice but has a few small bubbles near the windshield mounts. This is common for this car and they have been there for 10 years according to previous owner. Barely noticeable. Owner is Pittsburgh MG Club and NAMGAR Club Member. Car features: · Engine (5 main bearing later model) · New Tourist Trophy Stainless Header and Performance exhaust · New Rear brakes and axle seals · Mini Light 15" wheels/ 165 R15 tires · Negative camber wishbone arms for better turn-in (have original wishbones and springs included in sale) · Ignition Kill Switch · MOMO steering wheel · Short throw shifter/MOMO Knob · K&N filter Kit · 7/8" front sway bar · Brake Master cylinder replaced recently · Painted Calipers and drums · Slotted/drilled brake rotors · Braided Stainless Brake, and clutch Lines · Porterfield Brake pads · New Polyurethane bushings (upper, lower a-arm) Lighting/electric: · Headlights converted to H4 Hella Halogen · Fog lights -- PIAA 910 series Driving Lights (VERY bright) · Single 12V Negative Ground battery conversion · 80 amp Alternator conversion · Period correct AM/FM Radio and original speaker has Power antenna
1973 MG MGB Matching numbers restored car, Teal Blue with Saddle interior. The car runs and drives great! Car has been restored over the last 10 years and is a very high quality. Not a show car, but a solid #-1 car. VIN GHD5UD294586G, manufactured in 8/72. Owner is a Pittsburgh MG Club Member and NAMGAR Club Member. All gauges, electronics work as they should. Finished in Teal Blue (Medium dark blue) with saddle interior the car shows well, and looks as great going down the road as sitting in your garage! This car was treated to a head rebuild by Buffo Motors a few years ago. The soft top is a very nice custom made Stay-Fast canvas top that looks MUCH better than many of the vinyl tops more commonly found. Car features: Commission Number G23N0628032 Engine 18V672Z-L867 Body Number MGBU500440B Header with Performance exhaust Weber Carburetor with Manual Choke New Yokohama 185 70 14 performance tires (195/60/14) Custom Roll Bar New Steering Rack New Front Bushings New Rear Leaf Spring Bushings and Bump Stops New Front Brake Pads and Rear Brake Shoes Saddle Interior Tan Carpets with MG Floor Mats Miniator 14” Wheels Carpeted Trunk Spare Tire Jack and Lug Wrench ½ Tonneau Cover With Tonneau Bars
Pictured is my 1978 MGB Convertible. I bought this car from a gentleman who had purchased it in 2005, and rebuilt the entire car from the wheels up. Original color was white. It was painted by him with Miata Red. I have all of his receipts for the car rebuild, as well as many of the original parts and manuals that he used for the rebuild. The car has been driven up to the beginning of August. It was due for inspection, and as it was over at the garage for the inspection. They moved it one day, and the clutch went. So ultimately it needs a new clutch before it can be driven, and / or inspected. We do not have the time for the car anymore. It needs a home with someone that has the time to spend on keeping it up to its former glory. I no longer have a garage for the car, which will force it to be stored outside. I don't think that is fair to the car.I feel it is in very good condition, for its age. It has a few areas of rust coming through above the wheel and at the seams, but all in all it has been totally redone, and remains clean.This vehicle is for pickup only, and will require a trailer to flatbed. I am requiring a 1000.00 downpayment from the winning buyer through Paypal.New Zip window top 1/2 zip flat coverBoot top cover Lukas350 store
newer paint tires new locks and handles and seals runs ok has a new top not put on yet new carpet painted stripes pa inspected no rust this car is not perfect have couple of boxes of old parts
Holiday Special!! If you have been good this year, you deserve this car!!! Look at the you tube video link for a detailed walk around of the MGB https://youtu.be/L1bQl606UjE Previous Owner had the car the last 20 years, it was a California car and is an early,low serial # MGB with highly desirable pull handle doors. It retains early classic looks while having upgrades for drivability and convenience such as a full synchronized transmission, five main bearing engine, and 12 volt negative ground conversion. Finished in British Racing Green and black interior with white piping, the car shows well, and looks great and Drives even better! With the performance modifications, the car drives likes it's on rails. This car was treated to a full engine rebuild when it was freshened a few years ago. The soft top is a very nice custom made stay fast canvas top with clear rear window that looks better than many of the vinyl tops more commonly found. Comes with a tonneau cover too. The paint is a good quality Driver and will hold up at local shows. Paint has a few minor bubbles in the usual places, top fender cowl and lower driver rocker. Again these are very minor and really not noticeable. The interior is very nice, with newer black interior, white piping, black carpets and black door cards. All look great. The gauges all work with an additional tachometer in the center console. The speedometer reads a little high, ~65-70 at 55MPH. All the lights, horn, wipers, fan, and dash lights work as they should. Glass is good, windows roll up and down as they should. Overall I would rate the car a 2-. California Car Cover, Spare Tire, Lug Wrench, and MG Jack included too! Has 2 sets for Ignition keys and 2 door lock and 1 trunk lock keys Performance features: • Engine (5 main bearing later model) 18V890AEL005008 • New Tourist Trophy Stainless Headers back exhaust • Brand new mini-lights and tires (165/80/15) and • Negative camber wishbone arms for better turn-in (original wishbone arms included too) • Rear brakes and axle seals • Ignition Kill Switch • MOMO steering wheel • Short throw shifter/MOMO Knob • K&N filter Kit • 7/8" front sway bar • Brake Master cylinder replaced recently • Painted Calipers and drums • Slotted/drilled brake rotors • Braided Stainless Brake, and clutch Lines • Porterfield Brake pads • Polyurethane bushings (upper, lower a-arm) Lighting/electric: • Headlights converted to H4 Hella Halogen • Amber Fog lights and PIAA 910 series Driving Lights (VERY bright) • Single 12V Negative Ground battery conversion • 80 amp Alternator conversion • Power antenna
Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania
MG TD 1952:- Rebuilt during1989. It is finished in Jaguar 1989 BRG and has biscuit upholstery. All chrome was either triple plated or replaced with aftermarket items where necessary. It is fitted with a black full size Stayfast tonneau cover and the correct colour side screen and soft top fabric. No fading has occurred in any of the fabrics. The driver’s side seat and back shows signs of crinkling due to moderate useage. It has been driven 10,300 miles since the restoration, with the last 6 years stored unused in a heated and dry garage connected to my house. The car has been regularly and periodically started and has been kept in a fully roadworthy condition. ENGINE Totally dismantled, block boiled out and rebored to 0.080” oversize. Head planed and compression ratio raised to app. 8.4:1 ratio. New oversize pistons and rings fitted and all matched by weight to within 1 gram. Connecting rods balanced to within 1 gram at each end Crankshaft Magnafluxed to determine any flaws and reground to 0.020” undersize. New bearing shells fitted throughout. New camshaft and all new bearing shells fitted. New timing chain and sprockets fitted. New oil seals fitted (modern lip type at front of crankshaft). New 49 m.m. core (freeze) plugs fitted New Phosphor Bronze valve guides, springs and Stellite valves fitted. New rocker shaft and rocker arm bearings machined to fit correctly. New tappets. New spin-on “modern” oil filter assembly. Oil pump rebuilt. New replacement water pump. Radiator reconditioned. Flywheel lightened by 11lbs app. All moving assemblies both statically and dynamically balanced as complete units. Re-assembled with all new gaskets and painted MG engine red. Stainless Steel exhaust system. SUPERCHARGER Shorrock supercharger fitted. This unit was reconditioned by John Bibby prior to being fitted. New drive belts 11/2” S.U. carburetor fitted Matching vacuum/pressure gauge fitted on instrument panel. Additional oil metering pins GEARBOX New lay shaft, needle bearings and cluster gear New first gear, sliding hub and all other gears replaced with new components. All new bearings and seals. All new selector rods and forks. New balls and springs New gear lever and gear knob. CLUTCH New pressure plate and driven disc. New components mated and balanced with flywheel. New throw out bearing, fork and shaft. PROPELLER SHAFT AND REAR AXLE. All new universal joints and the shaft balanced dynamically. Rear axle ratio changed by fitting an MGA Crown Wheel and Pinion, giving a 4.3:1 ratio All seals, gaskets and bearings have been replaced. ELECTRICAL. Distributor re-built. New sparking plugs. New HT leads New sports coil New wiring harness throughout the whole car. Ammeter re-conditioned. Generator re-bushed and commutator turned and cleaned Pneumatic turn signal switch overhauled. Clock overhauled. Headlights replaced with Quartz Halogen modern units. Hydraulic stop light switch replaced with new aftermarket item. New turn signal flasher unit. Relay unit refurbished. Horns refurbished. Two Lucas spotlights fitted and mounted on first badge bar. New ignition switch. New 12 volt battery. Starter motor and Bendix drive overhauled. New starter switch. Windscreen wiper motor re-conditioned. CHASSIS Totally bare chassis inspected for damage and alignment. Found to be sound and not requiring any adjustments, re-alignments or repairs. Chassis totally stripped, sand blasted, rust protected, primed and painted chassis black. Shock absorbers reconditioned. All suspension bushes, swivel pins and neoprene protectors replaced. Steering inspected and drop arms replaced. Front springs replaced. Wheels inspected, trued where necessary and painted. New radial tyres fitted and whole units balanced in 2012 1000 miles since. Brakes completely disassembled, new master cylinder, slave wheel cylinders, pull off springs and shoe linings fitted. New brake lines and flexible hoses fitted. BODY Original tub completely disassembled, some wooden parts replaced where necessary, and all wood treated with moisture resistant protective fluids. All metal skins stripped to bare metal, found rust free, primed and painted 1989 Jaguar British Racing Green. Body sheet metal re-assembled on wooden frame using original nail/tack methods of construction. New floor boards. Door hinges rebuilt and line bored to remove wear, new hinge pins made up and whole rebuilt door unit fitted to body tub. INTERIOR Dashboard veneered with Birds Eye Maple style finish. (Please note: - There is a thin crack running across the veneer owing to shrinkage). Central unit repainted correct metallic gold colour and bezel chromed. All earlier type tachometric instruments refurbished and re-chromed bezels fitted. Extra instrument (Vacuum/Pressure gauge) fitted on left hand side of panel. All new Moss Motors interior and carpet set fitted. All new interior chrome items. Soft top frame and side curtain frames stripped, sand blasted, painted in correct “Sand” colour and fitted with new fabric. All new soft top and side curtains. Leather steering wheel cover fitted. (Please note: - the cover was installed because I like a “fatter” wheel to hold. The wheel underneath the cover is the original “Mottled” type and is in excellent condition). Windscreen frame re-chromed, and fitted with two sun visors and two windwings. ACCESSORIES Two chrome luggage racks. GB nationality plate. Gas tank mounted magnetic Union Jack. External fire extinguisher mounted on driver’s side rear number plate carrier. Front and rear British number plate bearing the legend “KMM 65”. Two enamel British flags screwed to each side of body tub. Two enamel Chequered flags screwed onto each side of bonnet. Two metallic Supercharged labels fastened to each side of bonnet. Two badge bars bearing assorted club badges and two Lucas spot lights. Two sun visors and two wind wings. One custom made leather bonnet strap. Two custom made matching leather luggage carrier straps. Radiator cap mounted Boyce moto-meter water temperature gauge. Tailored radiator muff. Chrome wire mesh headlight stone guards. Two sprung loaded wing mirrors. EXTRA ITEMS One complete spare Shorrock Supercharger body in good working condition. Original 11/4” S.U. twin carburetors and intake manifold, removed when the supercharger was fitted. Original oil bath air filter ---------------------- do ------------------------. One matching oil temperature gauge with adapted fittings for assembly into the sump’s oil drain plug (never used or fitted). One matching tachometric rev counter complete with original clock. One original style exterior chrome radio antenna (never used or fitted). One used Motalita wooden rimmed steering wheel, requiring reconditioning with matching hub. One extra Brooklands racing screen, (never used or fitted). Leather tool roll with sets of Whitworth spanners etc. Magneto suitable for XPAG installation. Compact hydraulic jack. Two extra chrome plated stone guards for spotlights, (never used or fitted). Bonnet has ventilation louvres pressed into it. OVERALL ASSESSMENT This car is mechanically sound in everyway. After 26 odd years it is an excellent reliable driver in eye catching condition. It has never been driven in snow, salt, rain, has never been wet and has always been kept in a waxed and polished condition. During the past 6 years I have started the engine on a regular basis and have driven it short distances to check the brakes and to ensure oil and grease have reached the correct spots. The oil pressure is 40 psi when hot. I am no longer able to get into it owing to two replacement knees and advancing arthritis.
This MGB was brought in from California and is an early, low serial # MGB with highly desirable pull handle doors. It retains early classic looks while having upgrades for drivability and convenience such as a full synchronized transmission, five main bearing engine, and 12 volt negative ground conversion. Finished in British Racing Green and black interior with white piping, the car shows well, and looks as great going down the road as sitting in your garage! This car was treated to a full engine rebuild when it was freshened a few years ago. The soft top is a very nice custom made Caribou canvas top that looks MUCH better than many of the vinyl tops more commonly found. The car runs great, and drives well too! Also, it looks great in British Racing Green. also, includes a fiber glass hardtop in White. Makes a nice accent and adds to the value of the car. Car Number is GHN3L 14698 with a 4 speed synchronized transmission. Engine number is 18V890AEL005008. The engine and transmission are from A 1980. The car is very nice, not a number 1 show car, but presents itself very well. The paint is very good and shines great. There are a few nicks a scratches as you can see in the pictures, but still very nice. Also has a few bubbles on the top cowl, but according to previous owner they have been there for many years and not getting any larger. The engine bay has been detailed and presents well. The under carriage is nice with no rust. The Stainless steel Trophy exhaust sounds great. Existing features: Stereo · Denon DCT950r (installed but not connected) · Infinity Kappa uniplane 6.5's (installed) Performance features: · Engine (5 main bearing later model) rebuild ~20,000 miles ago · New Tourist Trophy Polished Stainless Headers back exhaust · Brand new 165 R 15 tires and Mini Light Wheels (15" ) · New Rear Brake and Axle Seals/tires · Negative camber wishbone arms for better turn-in (also included is the original wishbone arms and springs) · Custom Roll Bar · 5pt racing harnesses seat belts · Ignition Kill Switch · MOMO steering wheel · Short throw shifter/MOMO Knob · K&N filter Kit · 7/8" front sway bar · New Brake Master cylinder · Painted Calipers and drums · Slotted/drilled brake rotors · Braided Stainless Brake, and clutch Lines · Porterfield Brake pads · Polyurethane bushings (upper, lower a-arm) Lighting/electric: · Headlights converted to H4 Hella Halogen · Fog lights -- PIAA 910 series Driving Lights (VERY bright) and Running Lights · Single 12V Negative Ground battery conversion · 80 amp Alternator conversion · Ballasted ignition conversion · Power antenna All Gauges work (fuel, oil pressure, water temperature) Main Tachometer does not currently Function, but there is an alternate tachometer that works in the console Speedometer works but is a little high on the speed. Example reads 70 MPH and actual speed is 55 MPH Other: · After market Fan Shroud which improves cooling and Paddy Hopkirk accelerator pedal to improve feel
Trim MGB Convertible
West Chester, Pennsylvania
--> Year: 1960 Mileage: 41000 Primary color: Blue Transmission type: 4 Speed Manual Engine: 1600 cc 1960 MGA Coupe 1960 MGA Coupe, one owner since new, 41,000 miles, nicely restored, beautiful Iris Blue paint, excellent Black leather interior, 1600 cc 4-cylinder engine, 4-speed transmission, wire wheels, luggage rack, just fully serviced with all new brakes, tune-up, belts, hoses, seals, and more, books and records, runs and drives great! Please call Carlo Connors at 610-505-8612, or email at [email protected], or visit www.ConnorsMotorcar.com Dealer's Information , West Chester, PA, 19380, US (610) 505-8612 [email protected] Contact Seller--> www.ConnorsMotorcar.com View our other auctions Email to friend Powered by DealerAccelerate. Visit www.DealerAccelerate.com to learn more.
Up for sale is a great example of a tastfully restored MG TF. It is all numbers matching and original with a complete frame off restoration. This TF is one of the premium classics in the area winning nearly any show it has been in. The 4 speed manual transmission shifts smoothly, and the engine starts with little effort. The body and undercarriage is in fantastic shape and the body shows nearly no wear. The Black paint is deep and rich and is complimented by a great looking red leather interior. All in all there are few if any real defects in the car. It is listed locally as well and we reserve the right to end the auction at any time. The vehicle will be sold as-is where-is. I will help with any type of shipping that you may need by meeting your shipper to pick up the vehicle. If you have any questions just email me through eBay and I will get back to you as soon as I can with an answer to the best of knowledge. Thanks again for looking and happy bidding.
Extremely nice example of a 1966 MG Midget MKII. All original except for the aftermarket radio and speakers (which can easily be removed). This car sports new wire knock off wheels on excellent 13 inch tires. Front disc brakes with single exhaust. Detailed engine compartment. This MKII edition has the correct removable soft top (convertible) along with the factory hard top and tonneau cover. All in superior shape. It sports the original 1096CC four cylinder engine with two side draft carburetors, 4 speed transmission and rear axle. Factory tach and gauges. Includes original jack and lead hammer for the knock-off wheels along with the spare mounted on a wire wheel rim. The red paint is in excellent condition with only some very minor chips and a small dent on the right rear 1/4 panel. All covers are superior. The interior is also excellent with some very minor defects. The car runs and drive great. Stops on a dime. Recent tune-up. Does run a little rough when cold but picks up on performance when up to temp. Otherwise mechanically sound. No rust holes or damage anywhere other then what is mentioned. Under side of car, floors and trunk are great. Titled in Pennsylvania as an antique. Real head turner. Very road worthy. Drive it home. See Questions please ask before bidding. Call Chris @ 570-205-2384 Thanks and good luck.
Trim 2 dr convertible