1959 MGA Roadster 1500 - $22,000 OBO
I have owned it for 40 years. The car has always been stored inside. I do all the mechanical myself. Selling only because I am downsizing and losing my storage facility. 93,916 actual miles. It is absolutely worth the drive or flight from anywhere to see it.
All original except converted the two 6 volts to one 12 volt battery, added a battery disconnect, and added an additional fuel filter. Runs excellent. Great paint.
Great interior. Red with white original roadster seats with red piping. Moss carpet kit. Convertible top and tonneau. Has both sliding side windows, spare tire, and wheel. Everything works.
Flaws are: Small paint chip edge on hood, one cracked grill slat, surface rust on painted wire wheels, bumpers are slightly tarnished, repaired exterior right side mirror. Both seats are 50+ years old so are faded and have some piping wear. I suspect they may be original. Thirty years ago it was disassembled, painted, and new piping, etc. Windshield has some bubbles. Tires are Michelin and have held air for 40 years but show some cracking.
It always cranks, stops well, shifts well. Engine purrs. Brake job 7 to 8 years ago. Other than one valve 40 years ago, the engine, transmission, etc. have needed no work. The top has not been up in 15 years.
Please note that I have not cleaned the car for the pictures. This is a car I drive for fun whenever I get the chance.
Asking $22,000, but come see it and make an offer. We are about an hour west of Augusta, GA or 2 hours east of Atlanta, GA.
Steve: 706-840-4946 call or text.
For Sale - 1970 MGB - $12,000 OBO
Highly sought after “Split Rear Bumper” 1970 model.
Owned the car for 5 years and the odometer shows 18,000 miles, but actual mileage is not confirmed.
Note damage on passenger side door.
Call or text Phil Glover 770-289-8573
For Sale - 1953 MG-TD - $32,500 OBO
This car has been in the family almost 50 years. A California car, it was my father-in-laws; he lived in CA and passed away. Complete and professional frame-off restoration about 12 years ago…2,600 miles since restoration. We have used strictly non-ethanol fuel.
We moved to FL about 2-3 months ago. Car is in Jacksonville, FL, but still registered in California. I’m transferring registration to Florida. When the car arrived, it went directly to David at the English Garage to be inspected and any necessary work completed. All systems were inspected, repaired, and adjusted, as needed.
English Garage put in a new clutch friction plate, new starter, new battery, new ignition switch, rebuilt the carburetors, and installed a new choke cable, as well as some other minor work. I drove it home last week after they completed the work and it runs great. We have insured the car here and am completing the switchover of the licensing to Florida so it can be driven as soon as it is registered here.
This is a beautiful automobile that won “Best British Car” in Fallbrook, CA car show. See the available pictures, then schedule a time to see and drive the car to judge for yourself. $32,500
Only serious buyers/collectors please. Call Jeff @ 952-237-7856
FOR SALE -1975 MGB - $3,800
See it…drive it…love it…buy it…drive it home and have fun for years to come.
This MGB Roadster has been brought to life by Ric Cline British Cars in Shady Dale, Georgia and includes the following items:
A soft top is included but needs repair to be serviceable (hey, it’s a roadster so who needs a top?)
$3,800 with possible consideration for trades.
Contact John Cork call/text 404-202-4565
For Sale - 1975 MGB - $1,500 OBO
Restoration project located in Cartersville, GA. Complete disassembled car.
Running and drivable when I bought it, stored in shop, needs typical unibody repairs.
Lost interest and time, paperwork from day one from the original owner, all parts included .
Text: 678 956 3831 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Sale - 1972 MGB - $6,500 OBO
I am selling this 1972 MGB for a friend whose husband bought it for $8,500, put about $5,000 into it, and later died. Then it sat in the garage for a while.
Asking half of what he put into the car, or about $6,500. Located on River Dr. in Lilburn.
For Sale - 1952 MG-TD - $19,500 OBO
1250 cc, 4-cylinder, 4 speed manual transmission
- Left hand drive
- 15” wheels
- Red with black interior
- Kept in our garage
- Includes workshop manual
Judy Scheve 770-953-3444
For Sale - 1974 MGB-GT & 1964 Spitfire - $3,000 & $800 OBO
1974 MGB-GT has 64k on it. I drove it until I got divorced and life changed. It's been in the barn for 35 years and I don't think I will get back to it. So, here it is. The tires are shot but everything else is there, a bit dusty but not rusty. I have a clean title. $3,000
1964 Triumph Spitfire, came from a friend 25 or 30 years ago. I was told that the engine was balanced and blueprinted. It sat out in the weather for a little while and the floor pan is rusted. Since I got it, it has been in the barn. It's all there except there is no top. The VIN tag is hard to read and I don't have a title for it. I do have another Spitfire with a readable VIN tag and clean title that we could switch around but I would like to get a bit more for that. $800 (no title).
1999 Jaguar XK8 - $12,500 OBO
4.0 L-DOC V8 Only 49,500 Miles
- Shiftable 5-Speed Automatic Transmission
- Harmon Kardon Sound System
- New Continental Extreme Contact Tires
- EBC Performance Brakes
- New SS Cat Back Exhaust
- New Battery
$12,500 - No serious offers will be refused!
Please call Roger Futrell, AKA "Sparkie": 770-535-1510 (Home) 678-943-9796 (Cell)
For Sale - Lucas "Flame Thrower" Driving Lights
These beautiful lamps are the famous 5.76-inch Lucas SLR576 driving or spot-lamps, sometimes known as "Flamethrowers." They are the lamps that won the Monte Carlo rally when used on Minis, provided elegant illumination on Rolls-Royce Silver Clouds and Jaguar XK 140 and 150, Mark I, Mark VIIM, VIII and IX, and dressed up the front of Austin-Healeys, Triumph TR2-3-4-5-250, MGA, MGB, Magnette, MG-TD and TF, and so many other British cars. They were sold as options on many of these cars, and thousands were sold as accessory lamps in the 1950s through 1970s.
They have LUCAS MADE IN ENGLAND and other inscriptions on the thick glass lenses and LUCAS SLR 576 MADE IN ENGLAND stamped on the backs. The bodies are mirror-polished chrome-plated brass, not the inferior steel version sold elsewhere. They are truly show quality.
Lanny - LDM9654@gmail.com