The MGB was first introduced in 1963 as a replacement for the MGA. A great sales success for BMC (British Motor Corporation) and it was in production until 1980 with over half a million cars made. This car brought open motoring to youth of 1960’s and 70’s as popular with all age groups. Stylish relatively simple and reliable it continues today to be as popular then.
Our 1974 restored MGB roadster epitomizes the style of the last of the chrome bumper MGB’s, and is ideally suited for touring the country lanes of Jersey on long lazy summer days, many of which haven’t changed since the motorcar was introduced. A fun open top British sports car that has the looks and is a pleasure to drive.
Recently undergone considerable restoration and re-commissioning works (2018/19) after a long period in storage.
- Year: 1974
Last of the chrome bumper MGB’s.
Engine: 1,800 cc – Twin Carburetors
Diamond white with tan leather interior
Chrome wire wheels
Wood rim steering wheel steering wheel, leather MG gear knob, black crackle dash
Hood and half tonneau cover
Straight forward and easy to drive and park.
- Please drive with care and remember Jersey speed limits of 15 mph, 20 mph, 30 mph and a maximum of 40 mph apply.
Price per day £150