1968 MGC GT
Date Of Registration: 1968

Introduce in 1967, the MGC was an attempt by BMC to provide an alternative to the Austin Healey 3000. With a similar engine of 3 litres and 6 cylinders, on paper the car made a lot of sense. 

Similarly, this particular car looks good value for a 6 cylinder 1960's British sports car. Recently refinished in Old English White there is a lot to like about this car. If you are looking for a car with potential which has already been cosmetically largely restored, WPA could be the car for you. 

Sold as a driving car which would benifit from relatively light touch refurbishment, she would make a fantastic, usable classic to both drive and have the satisfaction of improving over time, while you enjoy classic 6 cylinder motoring. 

key facts
  • Year 1968
  • Transmission Type Manual
  • Fuel Type Petrol
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