1969 MGC GT with overdrive (3rd and 4th)concours condition This car is stunningly finished in mid blue special order metallic with pale grey leather trim and is possible the best MGC we have ever owned and one of few ever made. It has had a ground up nut and bolt full restoration to concours standard, photographed and documented and with many modern features offering a lovely classic car that is superbly easy to drive and handle. The car has covered a mere 5000 miles only since the restoration in 2007. It is clear this lovely MG has had circa £35,000 pounds and thousands of man hours spent on it and it remains in superb condition. The paintwork is beautiful including the underside of the car which was painted in body colour and treated with Dinatrol when restored with a refresh costing £700 very recently. A new engine at a cost of £2390 was fitted in 2004. This astonishing car has never failed an MoT nor had any advisories according to the previous meticulous owner. The ride is smooth and easy with Spax suspension on the front and gaz suspension on the back. The car is both Mot and road tax exempt, although a current MoT has been undertaken and is valid until January 2022. Features include: Four speed gearbox with overdrive, electronic ignition, Electric windows, opening quarter light windows, colour coded seatbelts, 15" minilite alloy wheels, locking petrol cap, chrome roof aerial, chrome door mirrors, Ctek batter conditioner, Blaupunkt radio including CD and Satnav, twin USB points, headrests, centre console, MG logo overmats, tinted glass, Momo steering wheel, carbon fibre gear knob/dashboard/dash fascia/door tops/rear quarter panels, passenger map reading light and RAC and AA badging to grille. Fully documented history folder including: Current and previous V5s, current and previous MoTs, British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate, MGC Handbook, MGC Workshop manual, Dinitrol rust proofing customer treatment handbook, Ctek user manual, period style seatbelts fitted, e/ignition instruction leaflet and original wrapping, bearings original wrapping, Blaupunkt CD rom, Footman James vehicle and driver ticket, full photographic record of the restoration, Invoices totalling circa £35,000 for restoration maintenance and upkeep, oil filter adaptor fitting instructions, close circuit cooling system, engine fitting instructions, gaz fitting instructions, e/fuel pump instructions, wing mirror instructions, spare keys. Secured in the boot are: Containers of Dot 4 brake fluid, 1litre castrol engine oil, Gunson Full spanner toolkit in leather pouch, fire extinguisher, CTek trickle charger and a bulb kit.What total bliss to have an iconic British classic car with just the right amount of modernity for carefree easy driving.
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