1969 MG MGC

1969 MG MGC

The MG C type was produced from late 1967 through 1969 and was initially built as a replacement for British Leyland's Austin Healy 3000 Mark III. The inline 6-cylinder engine was designed and built by Morris engines. With 2 SU carburetors the engine produced 145hp at 5,250 rpm. This was a significant upgrade in performance over the standard 4-cylinder version. Changes, given the larger size of the in line 6 cylinder included a “bulge” in the hood, relocated radiator, and carburetor tear drop in hood for greater clearance.

For consignment a very nice example of an MG MGC in British Racing Green, and black leather interior. This car comes with factory painted wire wheels, and the desired 4-speed transmission with overdrive. A very nice example of the rarest of B styled Cars from 1962 through 1980.

British Racing Green, and pristine is seen covering the straight and rust-free panels of this car. Gaps are good, and chrome is very nice. A trim brite work molding can be seen on either side running from front to back at the belt line. Front grille, headlight bezels and badging are nearly showroom condition. A chromed round rear view mirror sits proudly on the middle of the passenger fender. The chrome framed windshield with side rotating wind wings is seen also in very nice condition. 15” Rudge Type wire wheels are on all fours.

A virtually new interior with plenty of leather. Dash, door panels, and buckets, all covered in leather, and all pristine condition with no crack's wrinkles etc. Perfect carpet covers the floor and shows no wear. Like new gauges with chromed bezels rest within the padded dash leather. A combination gear shift/cup holder is mounted to the center of the hump, just below the dash.

The 2.9 Liter 145 HP 6-cylinder engine is backed by a 4-speed synchromesh manual transmission w/overdrive. Consigner states this car has a top speed of 125 MPH.

No real rust, surface or otherwise to speak of on this underside. Seen are front disc, and rear drum power brakes, as well as a torsion bar front suspension. Exhaust system is clean and rust free as well.

Only 2,250 roadsters were imported to the USA. This MGC has a consigner stated 41,000 original miles and is a beautiful example of the MGC.

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This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.