I've always had a hard time with the MGB naming scheme --is it correctly called an MGB or MG MGB? The second MG (short for Morris Garage) seems redundant, but the model name is certainly the MGB (not simply B) and the make is MG, so MG MGB seems correct, and in this case we've got an MG MGB GT, which might be a mouthful, but they are such cool cars. Find this 1971 MG MGB GT bidding here on eBay for $6,500 with a few hours to go.
The seller (zaceca) on eBay seems to have a thing about placing an orange next to the car in each shot for a visual color/size reference...but it seems odd because it can't possibly be the same orange for the past few years and oranges vary in hue and size about as much as a British Leyland paint job.
On the inside this looks like a decent example and the seller swears up and down that this is a survivor, no cheap resprays or double-sided sticky tape holding on the door cards here. Under the hood a simple B-series inline-4 cylinder engine displaces 1.8 liters and is rated at 95 horsepower and 104 ft-lbs of torque.
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