I’ve had this car since 2017 and been on several 100 mile road trips with no issues. I’d rate it a high 2 car.
This 1969 MG MGC GT hatchback has been with the seller for six years and is powered by a 2.9-liter inline-six backed by a three-speed automatic transmission. Features include front disc brakes, bucket seats, a banjo steering wheel, and pop-out quarter windows. Finished in blue over a black vinyl interior, this MGC GT is available now and comes with a clear Maryland title in the seller's name.
The Pininfarina-designed exterior is finished in blue and features chrome bumpers, a chrome grille, side trim, pop-out quarter windows, and a rear hatch. According to the seller, the front fender mirror has been removed and the hole has been professionally repaired and painted; an additional side mirror has been added.
A set of newer chrome wire wheels is wrapped in radial tires. The seller states that the tires were new in 2019.
The front bucket seats and the rear seat are upholstered in black vinyl. Features include manual windows and steering; a floor-mounted automatic transmission shifter; and a banjo steering wheel.
A 140-mph speedometer, a 7K-rpm tachometer, and gauges for the fuel level, oil pressure, and coolant temperature are located ahead of the driver. With 500 miles added during current ownership, the odometer reads 20,688 miles, but the true mileage on this vehicle is unknown.
Power is provided by a 2.9-liter inline-six and backed by a three-speed automatic transmission. The seller states that minor rust is present on the firewall under the brake booster and that this car has leaks that are typical of British cars.
This MG was factory-equipped with an independent front suspension and a solid rear drive axle. A full-length single exhaust system exits at the rear. Braking is provided by front discs and rear drums.