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-- This 1979 MGB is presented in Snapdragon Yellow exterior and Black interior. As you can see, this MGB is in excellent condition with nearly 22,000 original miles. The car has been lowered to the height of the chrome bumper models. This MGB is powered by a 4-cyclinder engine backed by a 4 speed manual transmission with electric overdrive. Power is improved with a down draft 2 barrel Weber carburetor with headers and newer exhaust. The car has a new clutch, battery, and clothe top. The tonneau cover and convertible top boot are like new. The MGB rides on Mini-Lite wheels with Dunlop tires. The original steel wheels are included with the sale of this MGB. I'm asking $15,000. To schedule a showing or request additional information, please call or text, 843-290-9688.
-- A sick friend can no longer drive and has asked me to sell his 1994 XJS Jaguar. It is British racing green with saddle interior. 58,800 original miles. Very clean and recently serviced. There are some paint issues which may buff out on the roof and trunk deck. I have driven the car to Cars and Coffee at Freshfields and to Robert Morey's shop. It drives great with a few rattles. My friend also has a 1952 MGTD that Robert is going to "wake up" and it too will be for sale after Robert's magic.
The asking price on the Jag is $8000 but my friend's wife wants it sold so probably going to best offer. I can forward several photos of both to e-mail addresses upon request. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-243-9883.
-- Towing Frame, Auto Haus-Jackson, Jackson, Michigan. The frame was custom made to fit the Healey's front struts. This complete assembly is a one-of-one product. Asking $100.00 Pick Up Only. Can be seen at the house. It was used to tow my Healey from San Francisco to Charleston. Contact Mert Fox at Mert25@att.net
-- 1976 MGB Good condition, runs well, very new cloth top, many new parts, just serviced. $7,950. Email interest to email@example.com.
-- 1991 Jaguar XJS Classic (I have owned the car since 2002) Current Mileage is 70,100. The engine is the V12 (uses premium, no ethanol). Color is Champagne/beige. Interior is Cream leather. Top and toneau are dark brown. Wheels are chrome wire. All bills for work on the car are available since 2002. Please contact Ian Purches at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 843-556-4224.
-- Front engine MGTD replica. Several British car enthusiasts have said this is finest TD replica they have ever seen. Original TD parts were used wherever possible in keeping with the traditional TD look. The engine is a professionally rebuilt SOHC Opel GT 4 cylinder with a GM 350 turbo-hydramatic automatic transmission. The dual stage Weber carb, Jet-Hot coated headers, and mild performance cam make for a quiet but bold performance combination. It has a chrome coil-over Mustang II front suspension, aluminum driveshaft, air shocks and a pan-hard bar rear suspension. Much attention was paid to detail during this three year project. For more detail and pix check https://classics.autotrader.com/classic-cars/1953/mg/mg-td/100758794. Please call Steve Studer at 910-686-7534.
-- 2000 JAGUAR XJR - I purchased this car in 2003 from the dealer who had bought it for his wife. The car had 8300 miles on it when I bought it. I have kept the car garaged and it still turns heads. The car is Carnival Red and as we know, the XJR has a supercharged V8, and this one still screams. I gave the engine a full tune up earlier this year. The car has never been wrecked, and all numbers match. I would like to find a buyer who appreciates this fine automobile and who will take care of it. You need to see this car. I live in Mt. Pleasant and would be happy to meet you. Yes, I know what KBB says it is worth in a private sale, but this one it is not a steal, it is a catch. Please contact me at 919-949-8121 or email@example.com. Thanks, Ray Hobbs.
-- I have a 78 MGB in the shop with 51K miles on it , no cracks in dash. Asking $4,900. Please send contact me, Robert Morey, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- 1960 MGA 1600. Wimbleton White w/black interior. New chrome bumpers and grill. New top that's never been folded down. New stearing wheel. Wire wheels. Less than 500 miles on complete overhaul at The Wizard's and just recently back to him for a check up and new battery. This car was purchased for my son when he was just old enough to drive. He was born in 1960 and loved old cars. He was a comercercial diver and was killed in a bad diving accident in 1983. We've kept the car all these years but would like to find it a good home now. To see this Brit Beauty call me at 864 247 8744 or email email@example.com.. I can send more pictures from my phone if I have your e-mail address. I'm asking $30k
-- 1952 MGTD - I've owned this car for the past forty years, from baskets and boxes to an award-winning car! It is ivory with green interior, >82K on the speedo that hasn't operated in twenty years. Runs great on all 54 BHP. Five speed tranny and MGA brakes and wire wheels. Lots of extras. $25K. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- Restored in 2009 to concours standards by the marque specialists at Kurt Tanner Restorations, this particular Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 was Mr. Tanner's personal car. Since its completion, the car's impeccable restoration has been very well preserved, having only been driven 600 miles since the restoration. The car's file includes a British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate as well as photographs of its restoration. Finished in the highly attractive color scheme of Opalescent Silver Grey over a Red leather interior, the Austin-Healey presents incredibly well. I'm asking $77,500.00. Located in Hilton Head, SC. Please call 843-837-0211 or email email@example.com.
-- 1974 MGB/GT for sale. Excellent condition. Overdrive, dealer Installed AC. Asking $10,000. Contact Edward at 843-442-8587 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- 1967 MGB-GT for sale. Select the following links for more information. Contact Carl at email@example.com for more information.