1967 MGB GT MK1
AMENDMENT; Manual overdrive model; Mark 1; unused for some years; for recommissioning; nice interior and highly original; wires, no sunroof and overdrive
This 1967 BGT is something of an enigma, in that it comes will nothing in the way of history or paperwork, other than we know it was recently rescued from the barn of a Scottish Doctor who had owned it for many years.
Off the road for some considerable time, it has clearly had restoration work done in the past and looks reasonably solid, although it will need some remediation to the paintwork and bodywork in a few areas.
Retaining a lot of originality, including the dash and steering wheel, the interior is in good order and its owner has resisted the temptation to fit a sunroof. Sitting on wires and fitted with an overdrive, the engine turns freely and there are a few service parts in the boot, although the clutch master cylinder is stuck and the brakes will need some work before it is ready for the road.
The registation number is still listed on the DVLA database so it should be possible for its new owner to obtain a fresh logbook in the usual way.
These early BGTs are so much nicer than the later variants in so many detailed ways that a bit of elbow grease on this car will be amply rewarded further down the road.
AMENDMENT; On checking the chassis number, we understand this car is a Mk1 and not a Mk2 as previously catalogued.
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