Two Owner Restored Vintage Beauty,
Compare to same make, model, even color, with asking price equivalent to $33,076.50 US Dollars at ClassicCars.com
Other Classic and Antique Car Sites expect to auction between $30,000 and $50,000!
DON'T MISS OUT!
Only 4,458 GTs were built during the car's short three years of availability.
The body-shell was essentially a basic MGB with both structural and engineering modifications to accommodate an updated package
intended to be the replacement for the Austin-Healey 3000 which was approaching the end of its run by the time the MGC was announced in 1967.
Powered by a 2,912-cc, 150-hp inline six-cylinder engine the MGC could reach a top speed of 126 mph, 0-100 in 9.8 seconds reported by factory!
See http://www.automobile-catalog.com/make/mg/mgc/mgc_gt/1968.html for this and other specifications for this unique and very rare car.
This car was also considered to be a very good, long-legged touring car and touted as "should have been one of the best-selling sports cars of all time, because in concept it offered a much improved performance over the MGB at a similarly low price."
The same make, model and color is shown at http://classiccars.com/listings/dealer/1027/r-i-johnson with an asking price of 19,950 GBP, the equivalent of $33,076.50 US Dollars. I've viewed quite a few other rebuilt cars of this same make and model on both auction and classic or antique care sites estimated to sell and/or listed between $30,000.00 and $50,000.00
A 1969 MGC Convertible and a 1973 MGB are both currently listed at http://hymanltd.com for $49,500.00 each!
Restored both inside and out and offered at just $26,500!