Beautiful MGB-GT w/ Airconditioning and Overdrive
Price: US $8,500.00 Item location: Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: MG
- Model: MGB
- SubModel: GT
- Type: GT
- Trim: GT
- Year: 1973
- Mileage: 22,486
- VIN: GHD5UD319810G
- Color: Orange
- Engine size: 1.8L 1798CC 110Cu. In. l4 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black Leather
- Options: Leather Seats, CD Player
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1973 MG MGB GTI've put a lot of work into this car, ut I already have way too many cars sitting around the house so I need to sell it.
This 1973 MGB GT drives well and gets great gas mileage. I was using this as my daily commuter until my daily commute became 40+ miles, nd I felt this car deserved better.
Features:Overdrive, ir Conditioning, uilt-in trickle charger, ir horns (the list goes on)
HistoryThis has mostly been a Florida car, purchased it from a man in NY who purchased it from a Floridian, don't know much past that.
Shipping and Payment:Deposit should be made through PayPal and the remainder should be paid in person at pickup. Buyer is responsible for pickup and delivery. (If you live in South Florida I'll drive it to you myself)
It has some minor rust spots that need repaired. I've tried to highlight them in the pictures. Overall though it is an absolutely gorgeous car that gets lots of attention.
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This is what we've done to it since purchasing it:
Door locks repaired.
Heater core removed and openings sealed to prevent engine heat from heating the car interior.
Original fresh air openings through firewall to center dash vents sealed. Center dash vents now provide air from the A/C unit.
Fresh air baffle under dash rebuilt so that outside air can be regulated or stopped.
Broken A/C vent hoses replaced and broken housing on the evaporator unit repaired.
New window crank handles.
Rusted out sections of the floorboard de-rusted, einforced, hen repaired with fiberglass cloth and resin. Bolts and anchor points repaired as needed.
Armrest console and latch repaired.
All interior, ash and exterior bulbs, xcept for the headlights, ave been replaced.
Interior wiring has been restored as close as possible to original (Including original bullet style connectors).
Dashboard rheostat by-passed and fuse added to dashboard lighting circuit.
Front and rear courtesy lights replaced and rewired so that they all light when opening either of the doors or the rear hatch.
All dashboard instruments disassembled, leaned, nteriors repainted, e-calibrated and replaced using new grommets, -ring, tc. where needed.
Dashboard switches repaired or replaced with new.
Previous owner had by-passed the steering wheel horn button by adding a push button switch on the left side of the steering console.
Custom built a new steering wheel horn contact and ring assembly since no original or aftermarket parts were available for this.
Added twin air horns and compressor, long with a new fused relay circuit in the engine compartment to power it. Rerouted push button switch on the left side of the steering console to activate the air horns.
Broken wiper / overdrive switch cluster replaced. Wiper wiring repaired (jury-rigged by previous owner) so that wipers properly function on both low and high speeds.
Wiper pump replaced along with the full length of tubing, heck valve, nd spray jet assembly.
Overdrive ON warning light installed in dash panel under radio.
New Radio. Soldered in a new wiring harness for the radio to replace the taped on wiring from previous owner.
New rear speakers. Replaced all speaker wiring with larger AWG size wiring, ront and rear.
Brake / Clutch pedal pivot assembly re-bushed, himmed and new return springs added.
Brake Master Cylinder replaced.
New front rotors, ads, nd hardware kit. Rebuilt Calipers installed (RockAuto A-1 Cardone #19444 and 19445).
New rear drums, hoes, istons, nd hardware kit.
All rubber hydraulic lines replaced.
Original lever type rear shocks replaced with new piston type shocks (MossMotors #268-126) as well as new rubber hangers.
New Clutch disc, ressure plate, uide bearing, elease bearing and fork (also rubber fork seal).
Clutch Master and Slave Cylinders replaced.
Engine professionally rebuilt using New parts unless otherwise indicated at 22350 showing on odometer:
Engine cleaned, ored and honed.
.030 oversize Pistons
Timing Chain and Sprockets
Valves and valve seats cut
Springs replaced as needed
Oil Pump Strainer
Oil Pressure Relief Valve
Heater Control Valve
All gaskets and seals
Front and Rear Main seals
Break in oil with zinc additive.
Engine and valve cover painted when reassembled.
New Radiator, hermostat, ap and hoses.
Custom made radiator / condenser support brackets.
New Engine Driven Cooling Fan.
New Fan Belts.
New Handbrake cable.
New Throttle Cable.
New Brake, lutch and Throttle Pedal Pads.
Rebuilt Distributor. (New vacuum advance capsule, oints and condenser)
New Distributor Cap.
New Spark Plug Wires.
New Flame-Thrower Ignition Coil.
New Battery Cables. Positive Cable runs from battery to starter. Negative Cable runs from battery to frame. Additional Negative Cable runs from battery to starter frame providing less voltage drop while starting.
New on board battery maintainer installed for maintaining battery during extended periods of non-use. Viewing eye allows checking charge status without unbolting battery cover plate.
New MG front grille emblem.
New exhaust hanger on tailpipe.
New Car Cover.