Price: US $14,995.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: MG
  • Model: MGB
  • SubModel: GT
  • Type: Other
  • Trim: GT
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 30,085
  • VIN: GHD5UB226969G
  • Color: Other
  • Engine size: 1.8 Liter I4
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1971 MG MGB GT

With its more unique styling, nimble handling, and extra practicality, this 1971 MGB GT is one of those great classics you never need much convincing to enjoy... especially at this affordable price.
This one looks ready for its rally stage. Big driving lights, headlight stone guards, passenger fender mirror, and 15-inch Minilite wheels give it an extra sporty first impression over the others out there. Plus, bright white is always an attention-grabber. These GTs are the perfect mix of classic and unique. After all, they still get the same form-hugging bumpers of the earlier MGBs. Plus, the bright trim strip runs from headlight to taillight like an unbroken line. But now this has a fixed roof design by Pininfarina. With a key similarity to the modern Ferrari FF, they know how to make a hatchback look great.
Like any good British sports car, the interior is about creating a driver-oriented environment. You slip into a high-back bucket seat, and the steering wheel and gearshift are in the perfect position for spirited motoring. The Smiths gauges includes the all-important tach as you enjoy the experience to its fullest. What really makes the GT distinctive is behind these buckets. Not only is there a rear bench seat for a true 2+2 experience, but also the hatchback has the genuine luggage space and versatility that the roadster never could provide. The gives you the versatility to pack all the toys you want for any weekend getaway.
Lift the hood to see the bold red top and big dual side draft carbs of the legendary 1800cc motor. This is the original motor to the car, and you can tell all the right maintenance has been performed over the years. These are the ideal setup for easy parts availability and good power for this lightweight car. Of course, the best performance always requires you. That's what makes these cars so appealing is that you take full control of this GT with the four-speed manual transmission. When you're out on the road this has the quintessential British car nimbleness. This agility is part of package that includes front disc brakes, a sway bar, and the grip of Pirelli tires.
Here's a speedy classic dressed in white and still under its original powerhouse. That makes this an interesting classic at a terrific price. Don't miss out. Call now!