Mg cars for sale in Texas
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1952 MG T-Series Mark 2 1952 MGTD Mark II Competition Roadster, All Numbers Matching, Only 7,701 Miles!
Here is a gorgeous example of the iconic MGTD Mark II models! This exquisite Mark II competition roadster is number 1,127 of only 1,710 ever built between 1950 and 1953. Out of that limited production, just 700 units were a left-hand wheel, set aside for export to the U.S. market. Under the bonnet, one's eyes are immediately drawn to its charming craftsmanship, nicely accentuated by the aluminum valve cover, chromed air breathers, satin finish SU carburetors and the brilliance of the brass radiator mantel - all original, and numbers matching! A complete frame-up restoration was done circa 1969. After restoration, this Competition Roadster was only used as a Sunday driver for many years, then it semi-retired and it was only driven a few times a year to shows and parades in Riverside, CA This formidable machine, although a viable trailer-queen, can be best appreciated full throttle on the road, a reminiscent of its competition days! Always stored inside and well maintained, odometer reads 7,701, believed to be original miles. Recently restored to enhance its attributes and preserve its original '69 patina. It proudly bears minor character trades that handsomely attest to its journey. This MKll drives and shows incredibly well and it is ready for its next chapter. TRADES I will consider all reasonable trade offers, send full details and picturesTrade must be of same quality and worth at least $45,000Open to partial trades plus cash on your end or mineEach party responsible for their own delivery and TTL SWEETENING THE DEAL! - With the full asking price, I will offer to include the following…- FREE DELIVERY in an enclosed carrier, anywhere in the contiguous 48-states- All TTL fees and classic plates will be paid for by the seller SPECS 1952 MG TD Mark IIXPAG highly tuned engine8.1:1 compression ratio4 Cylinder, 1250 cm3 / 76.3 CUI58hp at 5,500 rpmCompetition RoadsterConvertible T-Series RWD 4 Speed Manual TransmissionLeather SeatsGasoline EngineIndependent front suspensionAndrex dampersHigher ratio rear axleSemi-elliptic rear spring with live rear axleFour-wheel hydraulic drum brakesDual SU carburetorsTwin fuel pumps ALL ORIGINAL, MATCHING NUMBERS VIN: XPAGTD213826Code: EXL (export)Engine: 13826Body: 23945Body Type: 22381Production: 1127 of 1710Manifold: 188422TDC: 13803Radiator: 43170-02627 FEATURES Matching Convertible TopTonneau CoverAll Side CurtainsCustom Car CoverWind WingsLuggage RackFog LightFender MirrorsChrome Headlights Badges BarFull-Size SpareOriginal Owner’s ManualMG Maintenance Book CONDITION All Matching Numbers CarBrilliant ChromeClear GlassNear Perfect PaintSupple Leather SeatsLots of PowerStarts Right UpQuick AccelerationsTight TransmissionDrives Straight All Metal BodyNo Fiberglass PartsNo AccidentsNo DentsNo Rust NEW PARTS AND SERVICE Brand new set of tires, zero miles!Brand new 12vl batteryNew electronic ignitionNew rotor, coil, and plugsNew breaded ground cableNew throttle return springNew oil change and oil filter Complete tune-up New brake light switchNew tachometer gearboxNew motor-meter radiator capNew wiper bladesNew threshold platesNew wheel trim ringsReupholstered door panelsReupholstered leather seatsFully detailed HISTORY Prior to the start of WWII, Britain had been a leader in the world of affordable sports cars and one of the top manufacturers had been MG automobiles. Representing Morris Garage, which had started as an agent for the other British brand of automobile that used that same name, MG was designed for the sporting crowd. While better known for producing economical sportsters, there were a few custom coachwork versions on MG chassis produced and these were a favorite among anyone who felt a little extra need for speed. MG cars were well engineered and lived up to their company slogan of "Safety Fast."
Trim Mark 2
Lake Jackson, Texas
1976 MGB Complete except some interior parts and top. Motor ran before removing carb and manifolds. I have original 1 barrel and complete original dual carb set up for vintage performance and racing. I intended to build a race car, but my teammates preferred the protection of a sedan. The radiator, fan etc. are in boxes along with extra clutch assembly. I installed an oil cooler and new clutch hydraulics and freed up the brakes. Passenger's floor pan could use replacing if you want a passenger. Tires are not useable. It does roll around for loading. Also comes with the chin spoiler. Good carb and spoiler pieces included for a bargain price. THERE IS NO TITLE ONLY BILL OF SALE
Posted Over 1 Month
1952 MG TD Replica. The basic vehicle is a 1969 VW Beetle with Automatic Transmission. The Engine was rebuilt about 300 miles ago. I purchased this vehicle for my 71 year old Wife. I rebuilt the front end and installed 4 brand new tires. Since the vehicle does not have power steering my Wife found it difficult to park. The vehicle runs well with no misses and the transmission works flawlessly. The removable Hard top covers a cream colored convertible top. A fun vehicle to drive. A real "eye turner".
The Colony, Texas
Very nice MGB V8 built with the best of everything. Over $22K invested. Build has 500 miles on it. 360 horsepower ATK roller 5.0 Ford motor with edelbrock aluminum heads, roller rockers etc and fresh T5 5 speed. Classic Conversions V8 kit, Fast Cars ceramic coated Headers and radiator. Huffaker fender flares by Lilves Racing and fiberglass hood with GT6 stinger that provides cool air to the engine. Special Tuning air dam and Sebring rear valence by Preform Resources. MSD 6 AL, 160 amp alternator, Miata leather seats, GPS Speedo the list goes on and on. Far to much to list here but I have a spreadsheet that documents the entire build. Just message me and Ill send it over. This car is reliable, very fast and runs cool in 100 plus degree Texas heat. Body is rust free. Bodywork is probably an 8 or 9 out of 10. It still needs some sanding around the fender flare transitions to be perfect. Car is in a custom blue pearl liquid wrap with Sterling Silver stripes. It is not perfect but looks good.
1972 MG: MG BGT Ruby Red Restoration Started Clear TitleBought to restore. Just don't have the cash flow to finish. Have not started on engine. Don't know if it will run.4 cylinder Manual transmission Must be able to tow.Tires are flat.
Wichita Falls, Texas
Automobile, 1973 MG. Been sitting in garage since 2011. Mileage 89,854. Reurbished sells for $28,000. Please email if you have any questions or request additional pictures. Powered by eBay Turbo ListerThe free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Fort Worth, Texas
This car is a blast to drive! I get compliments on it every time I drive it! More pics here. I hate to sell it but its time for a new toy! 1976 Black MGB roadster, right hand drive imported from the UK about 3 years ago. 4 cylinder engine was fully torn down and rebuilt with hardened valve seats and everything else to prep it for unleaded gas. Dual HIF4 carburetors. 4 speed transmission with overdrive. Fully documented 9 year old restoration. Spin-off wire racing wheels with new tires. The odometer was reset when it was restored, it has about 7,500 miles on it! Barely even broken in! Paint is a very picky 7.5/10, overall is looks fantastic. The convertible top, tonneau cover, and boot cover are all in great condition. It has all new pertronix ignition, new clutch master and slave cylinders, new battery, and a new indicator stalk. I've also got a new heavy duty clutch, seat belts and miscellaneous bulbs that will go with it. For sale locally as well, I reserve the right to end this auction if it sells.
I have owned this Midget since 1993. It was my daily driver for 10 years, and a weekend car for the past 12 years. I have done regular mechanical maintenance and upgrades (e.g. new wiring, new fuel tank and lines, new steering rack, rebuilt rear end.) It has had Texas tags and safety inspection every year since 1993. Engine: Original 1500cc motor, rebuilt in 2009. Roughly 2,500 miles since the rebuild. Weber 45 DCOE carburetor. It is currently fitted with the original stock exhaust manifold, but the buyer will get a header kit that fits with this carb as part of the deal. All drivetrain work since 2007 done by a reputable Austin shop. Contact info available on request. Drive train: Original 4 speed manual transmission.. Cosmetics: The car got a cosmetic overhaul in 1993-95, including new rubber bits, carpet, dash cover and paint. Seat covers and body panels all predate 1993, and are probably original. There is minor rust on the passenger door which predates my ownership (I can supply a matched pair of Midget doors if desired.) Recent work: New tires & top. New clutch. Upgrades: 70 amp alternator. Rear Spax shock kit. Modern radio and USB power ports. What it would really like: 5-speed transmission. Feel free to contact by ebay message to receive a full 1993-2015 work history.
Trim MK IV
Fort Worth, Texas
5031 Bryant Irvin Rd. | Fort Worth, TX 76132 | 817-292-4477 Vehicle Inquiry Payment Information Shipping Information Terms & Conditions My eBay Profile 1953 MG TD Roadster Vehicle Information: Mileage: 12,269 VIN: LCWL8404080026404 Engine: 4 Cylinders Transmission: 4 Speed Drivetrain: 2WD Exterior Color: Burgundy Interior Color: Burgundy Stock #: 00190 Location: TX Contact Information: Jay Satterfield 5031 Bryant Irvin Rd. Fort Worth, 76132 817-292-4477 Vehicle Description: 1953 MG TD London Roadster Replica. This is a nice example of a MG TD Roadster. This vehicle was constructed by ''London Roadsters'' in Michigan, who made one of the nicest MGTD VW powered cars of all time. 1600cc VW engine, with a smooth 4 speed transmission, nice white soft top with side curtains and boot cover. Wire wheels with rear spare, amber fog lamps, trumpet horns, wood dash and steering wheel, a finished trunk up front lined with burgundy carpet. Mileage exempt. Top up elegance or top down sporty...Either way it is fun,fun,fun!! Photos: Payment Information: We accept cash, cashiers-check, and certified funds.Successful "winning" bidder must contact us within 24 hours after the auction has ended to verify purchase and make arrangements to complete the transaction. Within (5) business days of the end of auction, full payment must be received either by cash payment, cashiers-check, or certified funds. If funds are not received, and an alternate arrangement has not been made, the vehicle can and will be made available to other potential buyers on a first-come, first-serve basis. Shipping Information: Please understand that it is the Buyer’s responsibility to arrange shipping. We are NOT the shipping company. All shipping questions and/or concerns should be addressed directly with the shipping company used to transport said vehicle. Should you need assistance in locating a shipping service, please let us know! We aim to recommend only quality vendors. Terms & Conditions: All vehicles are sold "as-is" and without warranty. Some vehicles will have factory warranty remaining (will be stated in our description). Online Bidders are entering into a legal and binding contract to purchase the vehicle described above. If you do not intend to purchase this item, please DO NOT BID! We reserve the right to cancel bids and/or our auction at anytime for any reason.
I HAVE OR SALE A 1971 MG MIDGET ROLLING SHELL. I HAVE REMOVED THE 1275 CC ENGINE AND THE GEAR BOX ! THE ODOMETER READS 76,984. THE FLOOR PANS SOLID. THE CAR ROLLS WITH EASE. IT HAS WIRE WHEELS AND A CLEAR TEXAS TITLE. WHAT YOU SEE IN THE PICTURE IS WHAT YO ARE BUYING!THERE IS NO HOOD WITH THE CAR. PAYMENT IS DUE IMMEDIATELY AND I WILL GIVE THE BUYER 2 WEEKS TO PICK UP THE VEHICLE. PLEASE CALL TO ASK QUESTIONS. THE CAR IS BEING SOLD LOCALLY AS WELL SO I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REMOVE IT IF IT IS SOLD. THE VEHICLE IS LOCAL PICK UP ONLY. I WILL ASSIST IS LOADING IT UP AS IT ROLLS FINE. PLEASE CALL ME AT 281-788-7546 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. THE PICK UP ZIP CODE IS 77094.
For sale is 1973 MGB GT that I'm selling for a friend. Her husband recently passed away and she wants to sell this car. The car is complete, as best as I can tell, but has been sitting in a field for 20+ years. Not being able to get under the car, there doesn't appear to be any rust through in the exterior metal. The floor pans appear to be intact with no obvious rust through spots (front and rear). Couldn't see the pan under the hatch back so that is still an open question. I don't know if the engine turns over as I couldn't get the bonnet (Hood) open to check. This would be a good project or as a parts car. This will be a cash only sale with the purchaser responsible for removal of the car from the field, pack-up, and transport.
Bavarian Motors 713-320-3059 1962 MG MGA Mark II - Excellent Mark II! 1962 MG MGA Mark II - Excellent Mark II! White / Red999,999 Miles / VIN: GHNL2104066 Contact Mark Counts at Bavarian Motors at 713-320-3059 8561 Rayson Road, Ste. C Houston, TX 77380 View This Seller's Other Auctions 1962 MG MGA Mark II - Excellent Mark II! White Exterior / Red Interior VIN: GHNL2104066 2 Doors, Rear Wheel Drive, Convertible, 4 Cylinders, Manual Inventory ID: 104066 Vehicle Description In 1955, MG made the momentous decision to make a complete departure from its pre-WW II roots and introduced the "first of a new line" of cars - the MGA. First introduced at the Frankfort Motor Show, the MGA represented a radical departure from the "squared curvaceousness" of the MG T-Series. The MGA began when an MG designer, Syd Enever, penned a sleek designed for George Phillips LeMans race car. This car placed Enevers body panels on a TD frame and created an MG like no one had ever seen before. Owing to the pure beauty of Enevers work, a prototpye was built and presented to British Motor Company ("BMC") chairman, Leonard Lord. Initially, Lord rejected the idea of building the MGA because he had just signed a deal for Austin with Donald Healey (and unknowingly created what was to become the Austin Healey 3000). However, owing to falling MG sales, Lord subsequently changed his mind and ordered the MGA into production. As with all prior MG models, MG adopted a body on frame design which (essentially) took an MG Magnette chassis and bolted the (wooden) floorboards to its bottom. MG then fitted a BMC B-Series engine into the Magnettes chassis and connected it to a traditional 4 speed, non-synchromesh 1st gear transmission. The initial engine placed in the MGA was a 1489 cc engine producing between 68 and 72 horsepower. This engine (termed the "1500"), was remarkably long-lived and extremely durable. The engine gave the car a top speed of approximately 98 miles per hour and allowed the car to go from 0 to 60 in roughly 16 seconds. The original MGA came equipped with drum brakes at all corners. The car was sold with standard steel wheels but wire wheels were an available option. The convertible version of the MGA could be purchased with an optional hard top. Convertibles did not have roll-up windows and were instead equipped with highly permeable side curtains. Convertible MGAs did not come equipped with door handles. Rather, "pull strings" were attached inside the cars doors. The car - in prototypical British roadster fashion - were sparsely equipped with lights, wipers, a horn, a radio and a heater. In 1961, after "experimenting" with a Twin Cam variant and then replacing it with a 1588 cc engine, MG produced a "Mark II" version of the MGA. The "Mark II was equipped with a 1622 cc engine which produced roughly 90 horsepower. It was capable of propelling the car to 105 miles per hour and could go 0- to 60 in roughly 13 seconds. This engine greatly improved the MGAs performance. In addition, the Mark II added disc brakes. Placing aside the increased displacement and the brake modification, the most salient distinctions between the Mark I and the Mark II concerned the front grill and the brake lights. The front grill was redesigned to be "offset inwards" from the body panels while the rear taillights were rotated horizontally. In addition, the "MGA badge" on the front fenders was modified to read "Mark II." In sum total, these distinctions are somewhat minor. MGAs were (and are) widely popular. In fact, of the 101,000 MGAs produced, over 95% were exported out of England. The cars popularity can be traced to the following factors: (1) Great looks; (2) Good performance; (3) Mechanical reliability; and (4) Easy maintenance. At one point the MGA was so popular that it was actually raced in the NASCAR Grand National Series. MGAs have made numerous appearances in movies like Blue Hawaii, Animal House, Cool Runnings, and Guess Whos Coming to Dinner. Recently, the MGA made a conspicuous appearance in the Showtime series Masters of Sex. 1962 was the final year of MGA production. It was replaced by the much lower valued MGB, a car which continues to be undervalued by the marketplace. After I obtained this car, I thoroughly inspected it and found it to be in very good overall shape mechanically. The paint was new and the tires were good. The chrome was in acceptable condition and the mechanicals were solid. Further, I did not find any rust on the car or the chassis. However, in an effort to stop the incessant oil leaks that plague all MGAs, I replaced the rear pinon seal, cleaned the case ventilation system and tightened all applicable bolts. After that, I replaced the seat covers with a luxurious red vinyl and contrasting black piping. I also had the dash and cockpit pads recovered. I then sourced a new vinyl top but, given the existing soft top and the hard top, I did not install it. In all actuality, it is not absolutely necessary but it is included with the sale nevertheless. Finally, I thoroughly cleaned the car and its undercarriage. As it sits, the car does everything you would want an MGA to do - stops, starts, runs, drives, shifts - and only leaks a minimal amount of oil. Further, it is rust free, is stunningly beautiful and is in virtually perfect running order. If you are interested in seeing this car in operation then please see my YouTube channel - theBavarianMotors - for a short video. In regard to value, as of August 2015, the Hagertys website values a 1962 MGA Mark II Roadster in Condition 1 at $30,000, and a Condition 2 car at $20,600. Owing to the mechanical integrity of this car, its rust free chassis, the cosmetic enhancements I have made and its hardtop I believe that this car is closer to a number 1 car than a number 2 car and have priced it accordingly. Obviously, I am not in the car business to give cars away (and I will not give this one away) but I am open to negotiate on price. If you are interested in adding a rock solid MGA to your collection then please feel free to contact Mark Counts at 713-320-3059. Excellent paint! Rust free! Great mechanicals! New tires! Fast, sexy, reliable! Wonderful car! Additional Photos Finance Please ensure that you have obtained financing prior to bidding on one of our cars. Warranty Unless expressly stated otherwise, our cars are sold "As Is" and without warranty. However, some of our cars come with the full manufacturers warranty and some are eligible for extended warranties. Please discuss the potential purchase of an extended warranty with your sales representative. 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Requirements for Canada can be found at www.riv.ca under "Registration of import vehicles, Canada". Notice to All Bidders Please remember your eBay obligations. When you bid, you are entering into a legal and binding contract. Do not bid if you do not intend to buy this vehicle! All bidders must have pre-approved loans or other financing. The winning bidder must contact us within 24 hours by phone to complete the sale and to receive a purchase order via fax. Major Credit Cards are accepted. Please call for limits and details (credit card charges may incur a service fee). Payments are accepted through paypal.com (Deposit only-$1,000 max.). Please call for limits. I do not accept Escrow or E-Loan. Please call for exceptions prior to bidding. Please remember that you have the option to call for the reserve price direct at 713-320-3059. I appreciate your interest in this auction and look forward to seeing your bid. Good Luck and Happy Bidding!
1979 MG MIDGET CONVERTIBLE NICE TIRES CLEAN BLACK CONV TOP STICK SHIFT NICE INDEED! THIS NICE MG MIDGET LOOKS AND RUNS GREAT. THE TITLE SHOWS THE PREVIOUS FMALE OWNER PURCHASED THE CAR FROM THE ESTATE OF A TEXAS COLLECTOR. NO ICE, SNOW OR SALT ON THE ROADS HERE – THEREFORE NO RUST! THIS CAR HAD BEEN GARAGED AND IN HER COLLECTION FOR 17 YEARS. THE STORY I GOT WAS IT WAS A TRADE-IN ON A MOTOR HOME FOLLOWING A DIVORCE. VEHICLE IS BRITISH RACING GREEN – THE ONLY COLOR YOU WOULD WANT ON THIS VEHICLE. THE TAN INTERIOR IS GREAT – THE CAR RUNS SMOOTHLY – THIS IS A QUALITY MG MIDGET THAT ANYONE WOULD BE PROUD TO OWN. THE TIRES ARE ALMOST NEW. THEY ARE 155/80R13 M+S AND ARE MOUNTED ON A CLEAN SET OF FACTORY WHEELS. THE ENGINE RUNS SMOOTHLY AND THE TRANSMISSION SHIFTS SMOOTHLY WITH NO SYNCRO NOISE. THE CHOKE WORKS CORRECTLY, THE ENGINE STARTS EASILY AND RUNS STRONG. THIS IS A JUST A NICE COLLECTOR VEHICLE THAT WILL GET YOU A LOT OF COMPLIMENTS. THIS MIDGET IS A LOT OF FUN TO DRIVE AND OWN. IT SHOULD ONLY GO UP IN VALUE IF YOU KEEP IT AS NICE AS THE LAST OWNER! PLEASE CALL AL AT (713) 703-5003 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS OR CALL AL AT (713) 703-5003 TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE AND DRIVE THIS CAR.
Trim Convertible 2 Door
Some minor dents and scratches, overall this is a great looking car, very fun to drive, there truly is nothing better than leaving a stressful day at the office and hopping into this car where you need to focus all your attention in driving and leaving everything behind to just take a moment and feel the wind in your face for the duration of the ride.
Fort Worth, Texas
THE NATION'S TOP CONSIGNMENT DEALER OF CLASSIC AND COLLECTIBLE CARS Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1979 MG MGB Stock #1532-DFW 1979 MG MGB for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] Tampa Showroom 4610 Pet Lane Lutz, FL 33559 Local/International: (813) 501-1630 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 1.8 Liter I4 BODY STYLE : Convertible TRANSMISSION: 4 Speed Manual EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 45660 INTERIOR COLOR : VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Defrost, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Manual Convertible Top, Heat, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Brakes, Seatbelts SELLER REMARKS You can't honestly say there are no more bargains in the automotive world when there are cars like this 1979 MGB running around. Two seats, a snarky 4-cylinder engine and a slick-shifting manual gear box all make it one of the biggest bangs for the buck anywhere. 1979 was the end of the line for the MGB in the US, but over the decades our appreciation for them has only grown. Cars like this clean burgundy roadster are a fantastic way to enjoy a traditional British sports car for little more than pocket change. You need one that's lived a good life like this example, which has probably never seen temperatures below about 50 degrees. What that means is ultra-straight sheetmetal, good gaps, and a shiny finish on the paint that will win admirers of all ages. For a British car, this MG is also quite well assembled, and you'll note that the doors fit well, the hood snugs down tightly, and there are no signs of botched body repairs in any of the panels. You'll also note that this one has been retrofitted with the early-style chrome bumpers, which makes a huge difference in the car's look, making it the best of old and new. The paint shines up nicely, so you'll enjoy keeping it waxed, and the diminutive size means that it won't eat an entire weekend. Everyone loves the look and this one looks like it should cost a lot more than it does. The top is not currently installed as the owner wanted more storage space behind the seats, it could easily be re-installed as all the hardware is there and included with the car. Despite that small size, the cockpit is comfortable for most adults, and delivers the true British sports car experience. The bucket seats are wrapped in textured black vinyl that helps keep you cool on warm days and wears like iron. Door panels are simple, the floors are covered in basic carpet with rubber floor mats and the vinyl-clad dash is probably a lot easier to maintain than the old wood ones. Speaking of dashboards, the MGB also includes a full set of instruments with bold, simple faces and a traditional British look. A wood-rimmed Moto-Lita steering wheel and matching shifter knob are appropriate touches, and there's a newer Blaupunkt AM/FM/CD stereo mounted down low in the center stack. There's even a reasonably-sized trunk with a full-sized spare and jack assembly, all covered in neat black carpets. MGs were never about brute horsepower, and instead deliver a unique driving experience by virtue of a gutsy four-cylinder engine with a lot of heart. With just 1798 cc to work with, performance is still quite good given the car's light weight, and that's entirely the point. Dual carbs and an electronic ignition system give it a fantastic powerband and easy road manners without losing any of the baritone soundtrack. Combined with the light-shifting 4-speed manual gearbox, it's a delight to run it up and down through the gears, and you can explore the limits of the car's capabilities without endangering everyone else. There's a certain visceral thrill in running this MGB hard, and it rewards with great road manners and a sporting exhaust note from the fresh exhaust system. Unique alloy wheels look great and wear relatively large 185/60/14 blackwall radials. Fun and instantly recognizable, being an MGB owner puts you into some very distinguished company, all at a very affordable price. Call today! 1979 MG MGB for Sale 1979 MG MGB for Sale Stock # 1532-DFW Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] Tampa Showroom 4610 Pet Lane Lutz, FL 33559 Local/International: (813) 501-1630 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] TERMS OF SALE 1. 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It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale. 10. We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. 11. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein. 12. An additional documentation fee of $199 will be added to the purchase price at the time of sale. DISCLAIMER This site and all advertising information may be updated without notice whenever new information is obtained and may contain mistakes and inaccuracies. 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WE WELCOME INTERNATIONAL BUYERS As an international buyer, it is as easy to purchase a vehicle from us as it is for any domestic buyer. Please call or email any one of our showrooms at: Charlotte Showroom Phone: 001-704-598-2130 Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom Phone: 001-678-279-1609 Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom Phone: 001-817-764-8000 Email: [email protected] Tampa Showroom Phone: 001-813-501-1630 Email: [email protected] Rest assured, you are dealing with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the United States with one of the largest (500+) vehicles on display. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate. If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers (home, office, mobile and fax) and a port of entry that handles containers. We do not ship vehicles open (RORO: Roll On Roll Off) due to risk of damage to vehicle and theft of parts. All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers. We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier. We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country.