Two To Make One: A Pair Of 1975 MGBs

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Located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, this pair of iconic British roadsters are just waiting for someone to combine them into a single car, or maybe for a parent-child ambitious project to refurbish a pair of them. Thanks to Robert R, who was wondering if MG’s generally congregate in pairs, for sending this in! Both cars are described as needing things in the ad here on craigslist, with one being a Texas car that has a good body but needs floors, and the other car already having its floors replaced but needing other help. Titles are clear on both cars and there are some extra parts included as well, such as an engine, transmission and some body components. Evidently another car has been broken up for spares at some point. Would you take them both on, combine to make one, or run away? Let us know in the comments below!

Pair of 1975 MGBs

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Comments

  1. jim s

    just $850 for 2 mgbs and the add has been up for 30 days! i think i see more then the asking price in parts and both have title. nice find

  2. Rufus

    The debate over MG’s in the collectible marketplace rages on:

    http://www.mgexp.com/phorum/read.php?1,3058496

    Do they have value as collectibles? Or do they have value as eclectic drivers?
    Or do they have value as parts cars? Or are they fodder for the crusher?
    Lots to think about…
    Have fun
    Rufus

  3. Graham Line

    “A good body that needs floors…” Where’s my checkbook?

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