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Re: MGB, 1975, Silver Anniv. Ed.

To: Carol <>
Subject: Re: MGB, 1975, Silver Anniv. Ed.
From: ckr <>
Date: Sun, 15 Dec 1996 12:03:21 -0500
Carol wrote:
> Now, I'm ~really~ sick! <NBG>
> But... I'm going to call the seller again to see if he'll give me the
> buyer's name and number! With any luck, it's a cousin! The ad was in a
> "small-town" paper. Good place to look for ads!
> Now...for my next $$ question...if the new buyer is willing to sell...what's
> the top-$$ limit IF the car isn't a rust bucket??
> Thanks....Carol


If it's one of the Jubilee editions Mike mentioned (and I think those 
were all GT's, though I'll have to look that up), and it's not a rust 
bucket, well, I'd reckon 8-10k wouldn't be outrageous to ask. I don't 
think they were sold in the States in the first place, and they're very 
rare even in the UK.  On the other hand, if it's just the SASE trim 
package which was on some of the US spec cars, then it's really not 
worth a whole lot more than any other 75 -- $1800 or so, unrestored, up 
to maybe $2100 depending upon condition.

75 MGB 'Rags'

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