Classic Car Facts
Fun driver ... Red exterior ... Black vinyl interior ... AM/FM stereo with cassette ... Wire wheels ... 4-speed ...
“The MGB might just be the perfect collector car: there are many around, virtually every part is available, performance upgrades are common, expertise is available and, finally, prices are rising, but not so much as to scare off people from actually driving them.”
— Hemming Motor News, August 2015
Don’t miss out on your chance to own this sporty 1973 MGB Roadster. Finished in Bright Red, this MG features a contrasting Black convertible top and vinyl interior. Preferred by collectors over newer MGs with less attractive federally mandated bumpers, this car features its original chrome bumpers and an attractive luggage rack. This MG’s finish has a nice luster, and its chrome and brightwork are in excellent condition. Wire wheels add an additional note of distinction.
You’ll also love this convertible’s handsome interior, which features bucket seats and a center console. The dash board, steering wheel, door panels, and carpeting are all in very good condition, exhibiting only minor wear. A full complement of gauges, including a tachometer, will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood. In addition, its AM/FM stereo with cassette will add to your driving pleasure.
Under the hood you will find a lively 1.8 liter inline 4 cylinder engine, which is mated to a four-speed manual transmission. Fuel is supplied by two single barrel carburetors, and stopping power is provided by front disc brakes. Light on its feet, these MGs are known for their sprightly handling, and this car does not disappoint. This convertible runs and drives as well as it look, and it is not without reason that the MGB held the record for the most popular sports car ever imported to the United States.
A few items of note are that minor imperfections in the finish do not detract from the overall appearance of this car. In addition, there are some scratches in the windshield that should be noted. Lastly, the controls for the vents and the emergency brake are not currently working.
If a sporty English roadster with values on the rise is what you desire, don’t miss out on your opportunity to own this lovely 1973 MGB!