The last of the MGA 'breed' with a high compression 1622cc engine, disc brakes....the fastest and best of the pushrod As.
TWO owners since new, all receipts back to day One, even a copy of the original title, restored a number of years ago (before sale to 2nd owner), excellent rust free body, excellent red paint, beautiful patina on n early new (sufficient to show it is leather, not vinyl) red interior, red dashboard (original), original working AM radio, tan top and side curtains, tonneau, wire wheels, excellent drive train (perfect compression, perfect oil pressure, no smoke, excellent trans), original factory oil cooler with spin on oil filter, lovely chrome and trim, as nice an MGA as one would like to have for street of low key show use.
Falcon stainless steel exhaust, brakes just done (including flex lines and master cylinder), new wiring harness with cloth covering, beautiful (original?) chrome, original owner's manual, incredibly detailed notes from first owner (1962-1997) including a listing of putting it in storage every winter, every receipt from the last owner (who told us he spent $14,000 on the car over the years), perfect battery boxes, perfect wood floors, fairly new radials on nicely painted wire wheels, great 'original' details throughout. A sensational car for anyone but especially for someone who values originality.
Went over the body with a magnet, only place it didn't stick was on the lower part of the front fender behind the front right wheel. Uh, oh...not a virgin. But otherwise, maybe 95% bondo free? With no bubbles or cracks anywhere.
I would guess fairly expensive paint as I did find a body/paint estimate of $7,500 in the packet we got. And there is NO orange peel...a beautiful surface finish. And a beautiful car.SOLD