6,848 Documented Miles! 1978 MGB Roadster

The term “time capsule” can jar with some classic car enthusiasts, but it is one that the owner of this 1978 MGB uses with some justification. It is one of the tidiest original and unrestored examples that you are… more»

Affordable British Classic: 1979 MG MGB

Some classic cars will seem to offer potential buyers more than others for their money. That’s what makes this 1979 MGB look like a pretty hot deal. The owner has recently performed a list of work as long as… more»

Rare Overdrive: 1964 MGB

Built between 1962-80, the MGB was a 2-door sports car first manufactured by the British Motor Corporation (BMC). It replaced the MGA that had been produced from 1955 until the release of the MGB. This one from 1964 is… more»

Non-Running Project: 1974 MG MGB

For many, the MGB is thought to be the big brother to the MG Midget, but it was the successor to the MGA and ran between 1962-80. While there were a few variants, the roadster is the most familiar… more»

Barn Kept Roadster: 1973 MGB

The MGB was the MG Midget’s bigger brother, produced from 1962-80 by British Motor Corporation (BMC). It was a 2-seat, 4-cylinder roadster that was part of a series of small cars that saw production exceed a half million units…. more»

British Racing Green: 1971 MGB GT

What if I told you that, for $7,100, you could buy a car that can beat a Shelby GT350? What if I told you that it was designed, in part, by Pininfarina, the legendary design and coachbuilding firm responsible… more»

1979 MGB With 18,800 Genuine Miles!

By 1979, the sun was beginning to set on the venerable MGB. It enjoyed a long and successful production run, and good examples are still sought by enthusiasts today. This one-owner 1979 model has a mere 18,800 genuine miles… more»

One Owner Survivor: 1967 MG MGB

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and a lovely stretch of winding country road opens out before you. Can there be many better ways of tackling it than behind the wheel of a classic British sports car?… more»

1978 MGB With 16,000 Original Miles!

There is no shortage of enthusiasts who would love nothing better than to spend their leisure time behind the wheel of a classic British sports car. If that sounds like you, this 1978 MGB might be a car that… more»

Easy Fixer-Upper? 1972 MGB Convertible

The MGB is a two-door sports car built from 1962-80, first by British Motor Corporation and then the Austin-Morris division of British Leyland. It was the successor to the MGA and the big brother of the MG Midget. This… more»

Long Term Barn Find: 1966 MGB Roadster

I was immediately drawn to this ’66 MGB for two reasons, first, I like MGBs but secondly, and more importantly, there are before and after storage images included. Some may think that disturbing the “magic” barn find dust alters… more»

Cheap Project: 1973 MGB Roadster

The MGB was something of the “big brother” to the MG Midget and was in production throughout the 1960s/70s. It was built by the British Motor Corp. which would later be a part of British Leyland. It was quite… more»

Cheap Project: 1980 MG MGB

The 1980 model year marked the end of the line for the venerable MGB. This was a model that was initially designed with a production life of 5-years. However, it soldiered on for an incredible 18-years in 4-cylinder form…. more»

Early Chrome-Bumper Project: 1963 MGB

Everyone likes the early chrome bumper MGBs, and this is an exceptionally early one, manufactured in late 1962 with a low four-digit serial number. It’s here on eBay in Auburntown, Tennessee, with not a lot of time left and… more»

One-Owner Original: 1980 MGB Roadster

There is no doubt that the release of the original Mazda MX-5 was a game-changer for the 2-seat roadster scene. However, there are still a significant number of people who long to own a traditional British sports car. That… more»

V8-Powered 1968 MGB Brooklands Renaissance

OK, so when is a run of the mill MGB no longer an MGB? When it has been given the full business by Brooklands Car Components of Ontario, Canada. It’s basically an MGB but it has a lot more… more»