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    1980 MGB for Sale $15000

    My sister had a MGB she got in the 1980s. She never drove it and it went into the garage in 1988 and sat there until she passed about 3 years ago. I always wanted the car and thought one day it would be mine. When she died she left it to my nephew. He could not sell it fast enough. The guy who purchesd the car did a nice job with it. I can say. I knew its original with 13,000 miles on it. The only time it was out of the garage was when a new furnace was put in her basement (around 1997) and we pushed it back in. This is a true "Barn Find". He did tasteful upgrades throwing Webber carbs on her and a stailess steel header/ exhaust. I have my Mustang and I cant afford another classic car but this car is real nice.

    The only bad thing about it is that it should have been mine. MGB guys, this is a rare find.
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    Senior Member Fast Gypsy's Avatar
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    That's a great looking car. I agree with you, it should have been yours's.
    1988 Mustang 408 W. All Motor New Best 5/5/18 10:15 @ 131 mph.
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    Looks like 2 SU carburetors ,digging the AMX.
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