This MG B Roadster is reportedly accident-free and benefits from a 2016 respray in factory Sandglow, plus a recently-fitted new top. The seller acquired it in June 2022 and has added less than 50 of the 84,100 miles shown. Modifications appear to be limited to an Ansa muffler assembly.
The MG B was launched in 1962 and utilized a modern unibody chassis design. This chassis incorporated one of the first uses of crumple-zones designed to offer greater passenger protection. Power was provided by a 1.8L inline-four-cylinder engine paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. Braking was supplied via front disc-brakes with dual-piston calipers and rear drums. Later US-bound models feature rubber bumpers and a slightly increased ride-height. Series production ended in 1980.
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