Obviously, the guy doesn't have a clue about MGBs. The picture of
under the hood shows that it was black originally, unless that was
I loved the 3 speed. And the line that said the body was never taken
off for restoration. Taken off what?
Missing LE wheels is curious. But it has the luggage rack and steering
wheel. Which, of course, are quite easy to come by.
My guess is that it is an LE, repainted and the wheels stolen or sold.
> .............a 3-speed w/ Overdrive....hmmmmmmmmmm. AND a Limited
> Edition in Bronze w/o identifying side stripes.
> Vehicle Description
> You are buying a spectacular lovingly restored 1980 MGB with 3 spd. with
> overdrive as shown in the pictures. This car was produced in this color,
> bronze metallic, for only this one year. This car is also known as the
> soft-bumper model. All items replaced during the restoration have
> receipts, which will be included with the sale.
> Albert Escalante, owner-1978 MGB
> Central Coast British Car Club (Ca.)
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