• Fast road specification
• Original Works hardtop
• Electronic ignition
• Uprated suspension
• Delightful interior
Successor to the MGB, the MGC is relatively easy to spot due to its bonnet and teardrop bulges to accommodate the radiator and carburettor and the larger 2,912cc straight-six engine. The production of these cars ran from 1967-1969.
This beautifully presented example has a very impressive history file with over 30 MOT certificates and numerous invoices dating back to 1977.
It is safe to say that this car has been cherished throughout its life with many thousands being spent on maintenance.
Upgrades include, full waxoyled body and chassis, fast road cam, 6 branch exhaust manifold, fast steering rack, uprated suspension torsion bars from MG Motorsport, Spax dampers, 72 spoke 5.5J x 15 Wire Wheels, Deluxe Hood and Lucas spot & fog lamps. In addition, the car is offered with an original works hardtop in contrasting white.
This makes for a fun reliable car which is ready to enjoy. Alternatively, if you have your sights on the track, with some minor upgrades this would be an affordable entry into historic racing with plenty of events throughout the year.