MILEAGE: 12500 miles (indicated)
ENGINE: 2.9L 6 cylinder
EXTERIOR COLOR: red
INTERIOR COLOR: black
WHEELS: 15 inches
The MG C is a British sports car produced between 1967 and 1969 by the MGB division of the British Motor Corporation (BMC). It was introduced as a replacement for the MGB, which had been in production since 1962.
The MG C was designed to offer more power and performance compared to the standard MGB. It featured the desirable 2.9-liter inline-six engine which was a significant upgrade from the 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine in the standard MGB. The larger engine produced 145hp, providing a considerable boost in performance.
In terms of design, the MG C closely resembled the MGB, but with some notable differences. The most significant change was the bulging hood needed to accommodate the larger engine. The rear of the car also had a slightly different design, featuring different taillights and a revised boot lid. Overall, the MG C had a more muscular and aggressive appearance compared to its predecessor.
This example on offer has been meticulously looked after by its previous owner, presenting exceptionally well and having 12500 miles indicated. It is finished in red with a black leather interior making for a beautiful specification. Its not often one comes across an MG C, let alone one that presents in a great condition like this one.
Location – Cape Town
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