This 1973 MGB roadster is said to have been refurbished during previous ownership in the 2010s before it was acquired by the selling owner in 2020. The car is finished in black over beige upholstery and is powered by an overbored 1.8L B-Series inline-four paired with a four-speed manual transmission with overdrive. Features include a black soft top original bumpers, 14″ chrome wire wheels, and a Mountney steering wheel. Big-bore pistons, an aftermarket header, and a stainless steel exhaust system were reportedly fitted during the refurbishment. This MGB is now offered with a knock-off hammer, a jack, and a clean Florida State title.
The black soft top was fitted during the refurbishment and features plastic rear windows. A black top boot is also included in the sale. The 14″ chrome wire wheels were reportedly re-splined during previous ownership and are mounted with knock-off hubs and 2017 date-coded 185/70 Goodride Radial RP26 tires. A matching spare wheel is stored in the carpeted trunk along with a knock-off hammer and jack. Braking is handled by front discs and rear drums, and braided stainless steel hoses were fitted in the 2010s.
The cabin was reupholstered in beige with matching carpets during the 2010s refurbishment, and new seat foam and webbing were also fitted. Amenities include a padded dash with a locking glove box and roll-down side windows.
The original steering wheel frames Smiths instrumentation including a tachometer with a 6k-rpm redline, a 120-mph speedometer, and gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, and coolant temperature. Just over 45k miles are shown on the five-digit odometer, with total mileage unknown.
The 1.8-liter inline-four was overbored during previous ownership and features twin SU carburetors, a big-bore piston kit, and an aftermarket exhaust header.
Power is sent to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission with overdrive in third and fourth gears. An aftermarket stainless steel exhaust system was fitted during previous ownership.