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Welcome to the newest area of the Boston Area MG Club (BAMG) web site. This is a direct result of interest from both the membership and the public for us to provide an area where sellers and buyers can post an ad and make connections with other interested people. This is a new and untested offering for the BAMG and we will be making changes as this develops. We ask your patience as we learn and we welcome your feedback and suggestions. Please send any comments to our President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a free service* and open to all members of the British car community. All we require is that you use this responsibly and be open, honest and fair with your fellow car enthusiasts. Your actions are a reflection on the hobby and should be guided by integrity. The BAMG takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the listings and reserves the right to refuse or remove a listing at its discretion without notice.
You can download a Classified Listing Form here and submit it to our webmaster (email@example.com). You can include up to four pictures (small files).
*The BAMG will gladly accept donations in support of this service and of our wider goals. You can make an on-line donation here (use PayPal link below) or send a check made out to BAMG and send it to Boston Area MG / 220 Temple St. / Framingham, MA / 01701. Thank You!
I disassembled my 1969 MGB-GT up here in Lexington, MA earlier this year for parts. Took the smaller parts/components down to New Orleans where I live now for my '68 B-GT there. The compete front and rear wire wheel suspensions are still in Lexington. The car had 129K miles on it and I was very meticulous about greasing the front zerk fittings and changing the rear Castrol hypoid oil at the recommended intervals. The splines are all in good shape and the 4 chrome knock offs, driveshaft and all suspension bolts are included.
It would be an easy upgrade for a Boston area club member.
Please let know if you are interested.
This 1970 MG Midget runs well and is fun to drive! Clean title.
Asking $3490 obo.
For information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
3D wooden sculpted panel evoking 1930's MG K3 Magnette. 18 inches high, 48 inches long, 2 inches deep, weighs 15 lbs. Made in London, limited edition, has serial number. In good condition, perfect for wall mount in a home, office, or garage, would make a fine and original holiday gift.
Asking $165 or best offer. Located in Falmouth, MA, buyer to collect.
Email interest email@example.com.
Got this car 25 years ago and ran it for a time. Replaced rear springs and had starter redone, then mothballed it with mister oil.
For sale for $1500, which is what I have into it. If not sold will be turned in for scrap for tax refund by the first of the year.
This is a one owner 1976 MG with 65,500 miles. Purchase new and always garaged. It was professionally painted two years ago and except for tires and a new top it is all original.
2 complete engines less carbs and manifolds for rebuilding $350 each
2 Short blocks for rebuilding $150 each
1 4-speed transmission $150
2 overdrive transmissions $750 each
1 complete rubber bumper front end $250
1 complete chrome bumper front end $250
7 Rostyle wheels $45 each
Prices listed above or best offer.
Runs good. New wiring harness, ignition switch. 94,000 miles.
Asking $2400 or best offer.
Keith A. Ducharme
I thought that I would put this out to our club members.
I have obtained a 1976 Triumph Spitfire 1500 from a widow in my neighborhood.
51,000 original miles, new paint, new tires, recent tune up. Has the usual suspects of a Triumph, noise in rear end , drivers seat need new padding, excellent chrome, small tear in top. Other than that runs great looks fantastic, has car cover, Tonneau cover and boot cover.
Taking reasonable offers more photos available.
Transmission: 4-speed with overdrive
Mileage: showing 40,214
A nicely restored car that needs nothing. Ground up restoration New seats protected with seat covers. WIre wheels. call Rich@617-759-6591.
Complete rotisserie restoration at 68,000 miles. New interior in beige/black color, wooden steering wheel, ANSA exhaust, chrome luggage rack, boot cover and tonneau cover. Second owner, purchased in 1974 with under 5,000 miles. Well cared for both cosmetically and mechanically. Always garaged and stored in winter. 69,400 original miles. Full documentation available.
For sale: 1980 MGB. All original body, no rust or body work. Summer Sunday car, always garaged. Electric overdrrive. Engine is perfect, new valve train, no smoke. To see car, have plane, will pick up and return serious prospective buyer. Will deliver car anywhere in North America. 78,500 original miles.
Contact: Burford Perry P.firstname.lastname@example.org
After years of working on MGBs, I have accumulated a large collection of good, used spare parts, and as with most collections, there comes a time to thin things out. For me that time is now and I want to make these parts available to those who need them. I have many, many parts, but some of the highlights include...
I am also parting out a 1974.5 MGB and have most parts off and available. The body tub is rough, but the trunk, doors and hood are in decent shape.
If you are interested in any of these parts or have a specific need, please contact Kurt at email@example.com. The parts are located in Framingham and Hopkinton.
1971 MGB white with chrome bumpers for sale. I was going to restore but a 1969 Triumph GT 6 came into my barn and I have time for only one project. Motor has been rebuilt by previous owner; I have the receipts. The motor runs under starter fluid, the carbs need rebuilding I think. New tires also on the car. The body is in rough shape, surface rust and some peeling paint and a few dents. There are rust bubbles on the passenger side dog leg. The frame appears to be solid, the trunk is solid also. There is a small hole in the driver side floor. Asking $1950 or best offer.
1979 MGB in excellent condition. Black exterior with black leather interior. 75,000 miles. Asking $10,500. Please call 617-733-3933 if interested.
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