The browser you are using is no longer supported!

Please choose to download one of the following options for an improved browsing experience:

Chrome ( Download ), Microsoft Edge ( Download ) or Mozilla Firefox ( Download )

1974
MG
MGB
Stock # 2345-CHA
Engine 1800 CC
Transmission 4 Speed Manual
Mileage 47,936 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Brakes Specification Disc
Rear Brakes Specification Drum
Options
AM/FM Radio Cassette Player Cloth Interior Front Disc Brakes Heat Manual Convertible Top Seatbelts (Front)
Advertised Price
RESTORED MGB, RARE OVERDRIVE TRANS, RUNS EXCELLENT, LOTS OF NEW PARTS, GREAT BUY

This 1974 MGB might be the last of the affordable British 2-seaters. Sure, there are still some rust buckets out there, but if a finished, fully-functional MGB is what you seek, they don't come in much better packages than this.

Low-key white actually is one of the better colors on the MGB, particularly the later cars with federalized bumpers, and it gives the car a very cool monochromatic look. Looking in the usual places where these cars have issues, there's no evidence that it was resurrected from a rust bucket and instead features tidy gaps, good door fit, and enough attention to detail to put the factory efforts to shame. The big, black bumpers didn't do much to diminish enthusiasm for the sporty MGB when it was new, and looking at this car, it's an easy sin to forgive, especially since they're in such good condition. There's also a new accessory luggage rack on the rear deck lid which adds a bit of whimsical old-world style and some much-needed practicality. Items like the lenses, trim rings, and even the windshield surround remain in very good shape and work well on this car.

If you were expecting slippery vinyl buckets, you're in for a pleasant surprise here in this MG. Newer ... Please ask for the full description.

Charlotte Showroom
800 Derita Road
Concord, NC, 28027
Streetside window sticker blank
Stock #:
2345-CHA
1974 MG MGB
$6,995
SOLD

or give us a call at (704) 598-2130

Questions? Send A Message

1974 MG MGB

$6,995
SOLD
Stock
2345-CHA
Engine Size
1800 CC
Transmission
4 Speed Manual
Miles
47,936 (Unknown)
Location
Charlotte
Questions? Send A Message

or give us a call at (704) 598-2130

Print Window Sticker
Learn More

Description

RESTORED MGB, RARE OVERDRIVE TRANS, RUNS EXCELLENT, LOTS OF NEW PARTS, GREAT BUY

This 1974 MGB might be the last of the affordable British 2-seaters. Sure, there are still some rust buckets out there, but if a finished, fully-functional MGB is what you seek, they don't come in much better packages than this.

Low-key white actually is one of the better colors on the MGB, particularly the later cars with federalized bumpers, and it gives the car a very cool monochromatic look. Looking in the usual places where these cars have issues, there's no evidence that it was resurrected from a rust bucket and instead features tidy gaps, good door fit, and enough attention to detail to put the factory efforts to shame. The big, black bumpers didn't do much to diminish enthusiasm for the sporty MGB when it was new, and looking at this car, it's an easy sin to forgive, especially since they're in such good condition. There's also a new accessory luggage rack on the rear deck lid which adds a bit of whimsical old-world style and some much-needed practicality. Items like the lenses, trim rings, and even the windshield surround remain in very good shape and work well on this car.

If you were expecting slippery vinyl buckets, you're in for a pleasant surprise here in this MG. Newer black cloth buckets with aggressive side bolsters have been installed and they look right in the compact cockpit. Where the original chairs are a little slippery, these grab you and hold you in place, so you can truly enjoy all that the MGB has to offer, and they actually fit so well that you'll wonder why the factory didn't offer something similar. The rest of the interior is standard MGB fare, with a sporting 3-spoke steering wheel, traditional Smiths gauges in a flat instrument panel, and a seemingly random array of buttons, levers, knobs, and switches to control the secondary equipment. Newer carpets control noise and heat and there's an AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit in the dash that powers a set of 6x9 speakers built into the rear bulkhead. A new black convertible top was just installed last month and has never seen rain, and the trunk is cleanly finished with a full-sized spare and lots of bright white sheetmetal.

The 1.8 liter MG inline-four delivers spirited performance and a great exhaust note that's typical of traditional British roadsters. The engine bay is tidy and looks very well maintained, and offers twin SU carbs for a delightful intake soundtrack. It has obviously been freshened and there are quite a few recent components, and it's nice to see that it retains most of its original equipment and hasn't been upgraded over the years. It does sport a 2-into-1 header that feeds the single exhaust pipe, and while you're looking around underneath, you'll note a 4-speed manual gearbox with rare factory electric overdrive which makes this car a treat to drive on long tours, and a very solid-looking underbody that's lived a clean life. Factory MG wheels with black centers and trim rings add a sporting touch and wear appropriately-sized 185/70/14 blackwall radials.

Now is the time, MG lovers, because cars this nice won't be getting any more affordable in the future. If you like the black and white look, this is a lot of fun for the money. Call today!

Read More

Features

  • AM/FM Radio
  • Cassette Player
  • Cloth Interior
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Heat
  • Manual Convertible Top
  • Seatbelts (Front)
Show More

Documentation

Show More

SPECS

Front Brakes
Disc
Rear Brakes
Drum
Show More

Why Consign with Streetside?

Because we make it easy for you to get more money in your pocket. Here are even more reasons to choose us…

Learn More
#1 Trusted Consignment Dealer
We Will Get Your Top Dollar $$
Indoor Showrooms Nationwide
We Conveniently Ship Worldwide
Quick Financing Is Always Available
No Upfront or Monthly Fees