Much recent expenditure with various new parts; alloy wheels;
First registered in August 1978, this MGB GT comes with a good file of invoices to show regular upkeep over the last 7 years with much money spent on various new parts.
In April/May last year it had a service and check-over which cost over £1,300 and included a n/s/f stub axle assembly and a diff oil change. In 2020 it had new seat covers and foams; a new sports steering wheel; 16 new wheel nuts; new fuel filter and pipes plus much else besides.
In 2019 it had dozens of new parts including all new brake calipers, discs and hoses; suspension bushes; leaf springs; exhaust brackets etc. In 2016 it had a new fuel tank. Some undated photos show that it has had new sills and localised bodywork repairs at some point in the not-too-distant past. An indoor car cover is also included and two sets of keys.
The last MOT expired in April 2022 with no advisories recorded since when it has only covered around 700 miles. Classed as a Historic Vehicle on the V5C, it is now free to tax and MOT-exempt. We are told that it drives well with the overdrive functioning as it should.
Although it has been starting promptly and running well as we have moved it around on site, with good 60psi oil pressure, we did note that it had developed a water leak which will need attending to before it can be driven away.
As you can see in the photos, it looks presentable although it does have a few bodywork blemishes here and there.
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