1972 MGB roadster is an… as is/where is, barn find and was last stickered in 1989.
This was properly stored up on blocks in a dry barn in Millinocket Maine where it is located. The odometer shows 89,000, is black on black (re-paint over white). Tires are good and hold air, there is some surface rust and a couple of minor dents and the windshield has a crack. Interior shows nominal wear, the dash is a very good vinyl example. The vinyl convertible top has a small tear.
There are a very desirable pair of original Lucas amber fog and clear driving lamps mounted on bumper. Yellow Lucas lamps are rare, and the large, 7-inch 700 series are especially hard to find in yellow. This is a good one, a fog lamp with flat glass and the Lucas torch emblem in the center of the lens. The driving lamp (flame thrower) is missing the clear lens. [note: these may not be legal in your state, this flame thrower is possibly one million candle power] There is an luggage rack, spare tire, jack and boot. This vehicle was found just in time to be serviced and tour for your summer pleasure. It has not yet been started or driven; there is every indication that it will though. The motor turns freely. There are no obvious fluid leaks.
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