1977 MGB Project needs Finishing
- Location: Streator, Illinois, United States
- Condition: New
- Make: MG
- Model: MGB
- Type: Convertible
- Year: 1977
- Mileage: 96,000
- Color: Yellow
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear
- Options: Convertible
1977 MG MGB description
This is my stalled project. It was painted 3 years ago, I moved to Illinois in 2015 and trailered it here thinking I would have time to complete.
I do not have time nor desire to finish.
I have not started it in 6 months due to dead battery but It runs and drives well. Drove to gas station in the fall.
It has all new interior pieces, changed from the funky orange to black
Door panel, window cranks, arm rest carpet seat covers with new webbing and cushions.
has a hard top included and the convert top. was in ok shape no rips.
I am also including all the bolts, screws, snaps and boxes and boxes of new parts.
Interior parts are all included to complete.
New tail light lens as well as side markers
all old usable interior pieces include.
Really the seats need cover stretched and seats bolted in.
battery and tune up and you will have a sharp 1 of a kind ride.
has weber carb and manifold.
custom fiberglass front bumper no longer available.
Sebring rear valance
Fully carpeted in the front and back of the cockpit and MG-logo rubber floor mats
Haynes repair manual
and much more included take everything I have an sell what you dont need.
This car was rust free before paint.Paint was just old and tired and a discoloring on drivers door so when they put bumper on it was painted.
delam of part of windshield in lower right corner as in picture
truck is rust free, this car did not and does not have any rust in floor or chassis.
I looked for a long time before buying this car. As I wanted a solid car
I did not check mileage before typing this, but it is less 77000
This is a deal considering I bought car had it painted and filled it with parts.
Please ask questions,