Our 1972 MGB Roadster is now live on Bridge Classic Cars Competitions

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By Nick Skinner

Marketing Executive/Photographer

Our 1972 MGB Roadster is now live on the Bridge Classic Cars Competitions website!

The stunning classic roadster, finished in vibrant, summery red could be yours just in time for the start of show season but you’re going to want to be quick, over 50% of the tickets have already been sold.

Here’s what our very own Rob Harvey has written about what might be the worlds most popular sports car:

”Our 1972 MGB Roadster is a quintessential example of British automotive engineering. Manufactured by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and later by British Leyland, the MGB Roadster was first introduced in 1962 and continued production until 1980.

A 1.8-litre B-Series engine powers our MGB and provides ample power for the lightweight, two-seater roadster. A four-speed manual gearbox, with overdrive, helps our MGB to offer a lively and engaging driving experience.

The 1972 model is noted for its classic design, characterised by clean lines, chrome bumpers, and a distinctive front grille. The cockpit is driver-focused, featuring well-placed controls, supportive seats, and a traditional wooden steering wheel.

MGBs are always popular competition cars and this one, finished in striking red with a beige interior, looks like it’s going to be exactly the same.”

  • 1.8-litre engine
  • 4-speed manual gearbox with overdrive
  • Finished in Red with a Beige interior
  • Bridge Classic Cars Pre-Delivery Inspection
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