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1971 MGB AACA Senior Grand National


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1971 MGB Roadster

AACA Senior Grand National Winner & Repeat Preservation awards, multiple "participant's choice" awards. Featured in Classic Motorsports magazine.

Looks and Drives as FACTORY new. Apprx. 60k miles.

$20,000, domestic buyers only.

Located near West Palm Beach, Florida

For details email bart_savino@bellsouth.net

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That's a good deal. I'm not an MG lover, but you couldn't restore an MG to a AGNM level for $20,000 if they gave you the car.

I know, I've got over $40k into the restoration! I've owned it since 1998, 3rd owner, ground up restoration.

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Other than being finicky, the MG's really are an affordable car to get into. The problem with the MG's are that if you do any level of restoration on one, you're upside down.

My dad and I have a '69 MGB sitting in the shop that is unrestored. We've had the car in storage since 1980, we have a lot of the parts to do the restoration, and as much as I hate to say this, the car isn't worth restoring. We couldn't restore ours for the price that you want for yours despite the money that we've already sunk in it.

If anyone wants an MGB, they're a fool not to buy your car at that price.

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Other than being finicky, the MG's really are an affordable car to get into. The problem with the MG's are that if you do any level of restoration on one, you're upside down.

My dad and I have a '69 MGB sitting in the shop that is unrestored. We've had the car in storage since 1980, we have a lot of the parts to do the restoration, and as much as I hate to say this, the car isn't worth restoring. We couldn't restore ours for the price that you want for yours despite the money that we've already sunk in it.

If anyone wants an MGB, they're a fool not to buy your car at that price.

Can I quote you on that? ;)

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1971 MGB

AACA Senior Grand National Winner 2008, Melbourne Dual Meet

Repeat Preservation awards,

Featured in Classic Motorsports magazine July 2005

Multiple "participant's choice" awards.

1971MGBRoadster2.jpg

Looks and Drives as factory new. Apprx. 60k miles.

$16,999 opening bid on eBay, $21,000 Buy it now. eBay, item number 110484968384

Located near West Palm Beach, Florida

CLICK -> HERE <- FOR PICTURES

message on boards for details or bart_savino@bellsouth.net

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