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  • Year:1969
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Doors:2
  • Engine Size:2.9
  • Fuel Type:Petrol
  • Euro Status: E0
  • CO2: 0
  • Gross Weight KG: 0

This MGC. Has come from a long term owner it was only sold due to ill health  Indeed  owner  since  the  90s
A remarkable car with a huge history file
Indeed subject to a older restoration and a number of expensive upgrades
We purchased from a classic car auction
They dealt directly with the owners family and the full spec of below
We have retrimmed the whole interior
We are attending to paint issues
The car has a perfect hood and frame and a seperate cover
Numerous spares .

When we purchased it the seats were tatty
They have been fully retrimmed in black leather with cream piping at over £1000.

The bodywork was very good however we are now attending to some micro blistering and it will be perfect ..

Stacks of spares and the car has had a lot of upgrades as below .

Few owners

The vehicle was entered into a classic car auction
From a gentleman who due to as I understand it I’ll health his cars were going .

Indeed he had a Jaguar D Type in the sale and this
Indeed we have a 190 SL Mercedes in the sale which went to the new owner along with the D Type from this gentleman .

Subject to a older restoration
However we are fully refurbishing
It is a really lovely MGC

Auction description below itemising upgrades .

Registration No: KJH 10GChassis No: GCN1-2328GMOT: ExemptThe subject of much restoration work between 1998 and 2009 but laid-up for the last few years due to the vendor's ill healthEngine overhauled and uprated with an alloy cylinder head, Kent camshaft, Maniflow exhaust system and machined flywheel etcQuaife limited slip differential, parabolic rear springs, polyurethane bushes, stainless steel fuel tank Intended as a flagship sportscar to replace the Austin-Healey 3000, the MG C was introduced in autumn 1967 and powered by a 2912 cc OHV straight-six engine. A strong performer, it was reputedly capable of 0-60mph in 10 seconds and 120mph. However, the newcomer’s striking resemblance to its smaller-engined B sibling hampered sales. Thus, MG chose to axe the model in 1969 after just 4,544 Roadsters and 4,458 GTs are understood to have been made.Entering the current ownership in December 1997, ‘KJH 10G’ was extensively restored and upgraded over the next twelve years. As well as chassis / sill work, the MG was treated to a new radiator, gearlever-mounted competition overdrive switch, stainless steel fuel tank, Quaife limited slip differential, rejuvenated suspension (Bilstein dampers, parabolic rear springs, sundry polyurethane bushes) and a set of Heuer clocks. The engine was overhauled too gaining an alloy cylinder head, Kent camshaft, Maniflow stainless exhaust system, Dural sump and machined flywheel etc. Finished in Green with what may well be its original Black leather upholstery, the Roadster was last on the road during 2018.

We  have  now  finished  the  interior  re  trim  the  MGC  is  now  ready  for  sale  and  drives  faultlessly  the  last  owner  was  very  attached  to  this  stunning  example  and  he  is  keen  for  us  to  find  a  home  for  it  that  will  cherish  it  as  much  as  he  and  his  wife  did  ....

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