Beautifully Restored 1967 MG MGB Roadster Comes To Market So Don’t Wait

By BRING A TRAILER / Posted on March 13, 2018

This 1967 MGB Roadster was purchased by the seller from the second owner two years ago and is powered by a rebuilt 1.8-liter inline-four coupled with a 4-speed manual transmission. The seller repainted the body on a rotisserie after replacing panels including the rockers and floor pans, while additional sound deadening and custom upholstery have been installed. Other new components include the brakes, rotors, drums, leaf springs, a Lecarra wood steering wheel, and more. The distributor and SU carburetors have been rebuilt, and all new body chrome and bumpers are equipped. The seller has added 250 miles since work was completed, and the car is sold with all rebuild receipts and a clean Maryland title.

The seller chose to refinish the car in a custom shade described as a mix of Mineral Blue and Surf Blue. Replacement floor pans and rocker panels were installed and sealed with undercoating. New bumpers and chrome trim were sourced and the tail lights and turn signals upgraded with LED bulbs. The 14″ wire wheels wear new Uniroyal tires.

The interior has been refreshed with all new upholstery, carpet and custom door panels. Upgrades include Fat Mat padding under the carpet, a Lecarra wood steering wheel with matching shift knob, and a hidden Bluetooth compatible stereo with speakers mounted in the rear panel. The seller notes that the heater control cables need adjustment and the fuel gauge may require a new sending unit. Although not shown, the original convertible top and tonneau cover are included but have not been restored.

Power comes from rebuilt 1.8-liter 4-cylinder paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The cylinders were re-bored, a new camshaft installed, and the cylinder head was resurfaced with new valves. The SU carbs and distributor were rebuilt, and a new radiator, water pump, and gear reduction starter installed. All components have been refinished in the correct factory colors. Receipts for the rebuild can be provided and service records are available from previous owners.

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