Too Good To Be True? 1972 MGB GT

The MGB GT was a fixed roof version of Morris Garage’s iconic MGB roadster, introduced in 1965 and built through 1980 for various markets.  When first released, the GT used the same BMC B-series inline-4 cylinder engine, but added small back seats for kids and a gorgeous Pininfarina designed greenhouse with a fastback lift-gate and storage area.  Prices for most classic European cars have graduated info crazy territory, but the MGB GT has remained surprisingly affordable for whatever reason, but I wouldn’t expect that to last forever.  Find this 1972 MGB GT offered for $6,100 in San Francisco, CA via craigslist.

From the seller:

1972 mgb gt

condition: excellent

cylinders: 4 cylinders

drive: rwd

fuel: gas

paint color: white

size: compact

title status: clean

transmission: manual

type: coupe

Selling my MGB GT nice clean car rebuilt motor, 4 speed w/od working well ,wire wheels.

new stainless steel exhaust, Weber carb. car has had a lot done may need a few more things to be correct.

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