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1972 MG MGB V6 Roadster

Posted Mar 24, 2024 | Hits
Make: MG
Model: MGB
Country: USA
Region: WA
City: Seattle
Zip: 98119
Body Style: Convertible
Year: 1972
Mileage: 1150 Miles
Transmission: Manual
Fuel: Gasoline
Doors: 2
Color: Silver
Engine: 3.4
Condition: Used
1972 MGB Roadster 6 cyl. I personally completed the restoration over 2 years and am intimately familiar with all details of the project. The car has been driven 1,150 miles since I completed the restoration. The buyer will receive all project receipts and photos of the restoration process. I’m including some extra parts and several MGB manuals and books. Here are the details.
Camaro 3.4L V6 ‘L32’ engine built by Engine Lab of Tampa
New Moss Motors wiring harness
New gas tank, sender, fuel pump, and all fuel lines
V6 conversion kit from Classic Conversions (Bill Guzman)
V6 fuel injection wiring harness conversion by BMC Auto (Brian McCullough)
Borg & Warner NWC V6 T5 five speed transmission (foverhauled and serviced by Gearworks of Tampa.)
Sound dampening material throughout
Steel floor panels replaced with Heritage parts
New carpet kit
New vinyl interior kit (dash, door panels, back side panels, etc.)
New brake master cylinder, metal lines, rubber hoses, pads, shoes, and drums (all stock
New wood steering wheel
Converted to 1969 bumper kit (originally a 1972 chrome bumper car)
New headlights and chrome surround rings (original tail lights, reverse lights – new bulbs, all work)
New ignition lock and keys
Soft top and seat covers were in good shape when I bought the car so they have not been replaced
Wheels had been painted before I bought the car, but I replaced the chrome trim rings
Stereo delete panel
Heater delete
Deleted side marker lights
New radiator
New cooling fan with thermostat power control
New battery
New tires
New VDO Speedo and tachometer. Temp, oil pressure, and gas gauge are original Smiths gauges
Replaced rear suspension, springs, bushings (polyurethane), shocks, shackles, etc.
Replaced front bushings, ball joints, and drop links
Have new front shocks (not installed) that will come with the car
Plastic panels to hide components under dash (not installed) come with car
Gas gauge has power but stopped working recently
Courtesy light in console is new but does not work
Temp gauge works but is calibrated for new engine temperature so needs modification
Rubber gasket around the windshield needs to be replaced since it's old and cracked
Rear end has original gear ratio. Lot's of torque in lower gears. 65MPH: 2,500 RPMs, 70MPH: 2,800 RPMs, 75MPH: 3,100 RPMs.
A restaurant valet backed into the front driver side fender. There is a poor repair you can see a split in the paint in the attached photo.

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