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Atop the list of all-time great classic sports cars is the MG B roadster; a car designed to appeal to the hearts and bank balances of drivers the world over and also MG's fastest model for the time.
Launched at the 1962 London Motor Show, the MG B features a dependable 1.8-litre B-series engine mated to a four-speed manual gearbox that loves to blast through the city or winding weekend roads with creature comforts like wind-up windows, generously cushioned bucket-seats and a neat folding convertible top.
Available here we have a Mk2 1974 MG B in iconic Red over Black upholstery in turn-key condition and perfectly prepared for your next weekend adventure.
Subject to a no expense spared restoration from 2006-2008 with specialists based in the UK this MGB presents and performs exceedingly well.
Maintained with meticulous detail post restoration, today the car still boasts its original wire wheels, leather wrapped steering wheel and dash fittings that never lose their novelty.
Accompanied by a history file inches thick with photos of the restoration, receipts for the genuine parts and for modern servicing including a minor service in May of this year this MG B is one for the driver.
A short spell behind the wheel shows why the MG B has always had an enormous cult following.
Voted the UK's favourite classic car by The Telegraph, 2010 this little roadster loves corners and shifting from 1st through to 4th all the way through the rev range, the rack and pinion steering offers great feedback and the engine feels seriously spritely.
This car, fitted with over drive is also equally at home on the freeway for long distance trips too.
Offering a great first foray into classic car ownership and/or an addition to an established collection, this MG B is at home beside your daily drive and a standout at the MG clubs national concours events.
Bang for buck, in professionally restored, turn-key condition this MG B cannot be beaten. As MG once said - "Someday you'll settle down with a nice, sensible girl, a nice, sensible house, and a nice, sensible saloon - someday."