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 miniature passengers and 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…and that is a good thing. Find this 1974 MGB GT offered for $5000 in Oakland, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1974 1974 MGB Gt
cylinders: 4 cylinders
paint color: orange
title status: clean
This is a restored 1974 MGB Gt. It’s a running and driving car. Non over drive 4 speed transmission. It runs like a top and has had many years of care and attention put into it. Currently tagged and titled. The entire interior is new, new battery, new front suspension, adjustable rear suspension and all the glass is good. It’s garage kept. I have some extra parts for it as well. Battery cut off switch, headlight grills, extra set of wheels, starter, and others.
There are still small things someone could do if they’re looking for something to tinker with, however, it’s currently a great car and doesn’t need anything except to be driven and enjoyed!
Email me through Craigslist and I’ll happily give any more information anyone should want.
Oh…also, totally open to trades for a V8 classic. Mustang Coupe, Charger, Barracuda, let me know what you’ve got!