The MGB GT is a good looking car from any angle. Not just because the roof was designed by Pininfarina, but also because the rest of the car is a fun to look at as well. Sure, the GT was slower than the standard MGB because of its additional roof weight, but the torsional rigidity […]
This next car is an early MGB offered in a nice color with a decent amount of patina and character…but a sporty asking price. Not sporty in a bad way, but sporty in a GOOD way. I think it looks like a winner to me for cash. Find this 1965 MG MGB offered for $6,500 […]
This next car looks like a screaming deal to me…but then I’m the kind of lunatic who would consider assembling a 60s British car to be the perfect way to spend your weekends. I really hope that it is already sold because I might find a reason to call this guy. Find this 1967 MG […]
This next classic comes as a tip from Erik202 who writes: While I’m not terribly well educated in the current values of MGB’s (I’m sure there are some on here that are) this seems like a decent value compared to a lot of “classics” out there. Well, I’m not too well educated either, but I […]
The MGB GT is a fastback version of the convertible MGB that was built from 1973 through 1976. The B GT continues to be a fantastic bargain for a car with a Pininfarina roof and proper classic car credentials. I’d have expected these to increase in price with similar things from the era like Porsche […]
I’m never sure if I should call this next car an MGB GT, or an MG B GT, or an MG BGT, or an MG MGB GT or MGBGT…? But one thing I’m sure is that it is a great way to get into a good looking drivable classic car for a simple price. The […]
The optimism in this advertisement is amazing. Let’s analyze the seller’s words; “All appear complete” — that’s good, complete cars are better than those missing engines, etc, but we need to get deeper into the details and understand why they appear so dirty in the pics…”but guessing will need work.” Guessing. I don’t like to guess when it comes to the condition of a car, but I do love the asking price for these next three cars. Find this 1967 MGB, 1972 MGBGT, & 1977 MGB offered for $1250 each in San Diego, CA via craigslist.
I love the idea of owning a classic MG with an upgraded power plant and I love the look of this next car…and I’m not afraid of the price…but this next advertisement leaves a bit to be desired. Where are the photos of the engine bay? How clean was the installation? And what is up […]
is next car has me confused. I get the smooth hot rod wheels -those are vintage land speed style and I dig ’em — but what is going on with the ride height? It is sitting on 55 Chevy Axles and Springs…and is powered by an electric forklift but the strangest part is the satellite dish, which is NOT included with the sale. Whut? Find this 1976 MGB offered for $2450 in Ione, CA via craigslist.
I saw this next car and thought; I’ve seen this car before. I think we’ve featured it. But I can’t find the article. Something about the louvered hood rings a bell, and we’ve featured many V8 swapped MGBs over the years. Find this 1977 MGB offered for $19,500 in New Jersey via craigslist. Tip from ME.