1972 MG MGB GT
We really love this car. It's a father son project that won't work for the class we want to run in (too new) so we've decided to buy another much older MGB GT. We've worked hard on getting it stripped painted (presentable not great) shifting stopping and running.Small leak near transmission - I've not investigated yet as to the source -- no ticking - or smoking - but want to disclose as much as I can think of.This car was pulled out of a barn and has not run in over 30 years. Car runs steers and stops. This is a race car project being built for a specific class until we found that the year is too new for the class we wanted to run in (it was on the fence and the decision didn't go our way). So we're picking up a new project. Our loss your gain as they say. The paint is just to make it presentable and dings. Interior is stripped! No bumpers. Dash and all gauges are in the car. A really nice example. No rust that we've seen. It will still need the brakes replaced (new kit comes with the car) The broken hydraulics were all replaced. Master clutch was good but comes with replacement. Slave was replaced master brake ... clutch flywheel alternator carb T/O bearing... all replaced. I don't have a title just the bill of sale from the previous owner. As this was going to be a race car I wasn't too worried.You will receive a bill of sale from me. It's out of the DMV system - comes with its original CA blue-plates. No bumpers. The decals are just stickers which a hair dryer can removeHere's the video of it starting driving stopping.