Beautiful 1979 MGB Roadster expert home restoration great daily driver

Price: - Item location: Honesdale, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Make: MG
  • Model: MGB
  • Year: 1979
  • Mileage: 100
  • Color: Black
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Drive type: RWD
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1979 MG MGB

Up for sale is my 1979 MGB please see the picture of the spec sheet in which a friend and I restored together. I took ownership last year as he wanted to fund another project but we put together a list of everything we put into it.. it was painted two years ago black the paint is nice and very presentable not show quality but high-quality driver. The engine was a 71 4 main bearing engine that was rebuilt several years back everything from the fuel pump to the brakes were upgraded and restored as well as the wiring system, rebuild Su carburetors, timed, valves adjusted, wires, plugs, and much more just see the list pictured (Lots more since we made the list). I personally went over all the wiring and upgraded all the fuses and sorted out the problems. The tires are in good shape and the original Wheels have been repainted and look mint as well as the beauty rings. Interior is in nice shape with newer plush seat covers and nice cushions on seats.. the one big deal about this car that makes it unique is the fact that it has an overdrive transmission my previous one was a 4-speed and let me tell you this greatly reduces RPMs and noise on the highway or at any speed above 50 basically this car was fully restored over the last several years by myself and a friend of mine so I know the car quite well. I drove it all summer as a daily driver as well on some longer road trips and never had a problem whatsoever this will make somebody a very reliable daily driver or great weekend Cruiser. IPlease shop all the other ones on eBay and and then go back to this one for the price I'm asking with overdrive Transmission in all the restoration that has been done you won't find a better deal. Contact me I'd be happy to answer any other questions....oh in the pics you will see that the top was pinched in the convert. frame when raising and lowering it (preventable once you are aware) however i caught it too late and it caused a small tear on each side(other than that the top is nice) so i put gorilla tape over it and doesnt look bad or leak (not at all noticeible when top is down)