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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.
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Red 1974 MGB GT - Excellent condition, engine and interior nicely refurbished with only 59,500 miles. - $12,500.
Great looking and running specimen of British engineering. Very few defects, mostly in the original red paint job. Most imperfections are pictured, including some areas that have been patched, a small scratch on the driver's side door, and a bit of paint bubbling on the driver's side fender. There are also several very small chips on the front, most likely from pebbles. Interior light switch needs to be replaced with an original part, though there is a temporary switch in place. In addition, one of the driving lights on the front needs a new lens. No body rust.
Restoration done in the past including: rebuilt and balanced engine, weber outlaw carburator conversion, new oil cooler and braided aluminum lines, new window and door seals, new alternator, new muffler, new 12 single battery, modern radio (parrot asteroid), powerful speaker system and amplifier, walnut dash pieces and door tops, moto lita steering wheel, rebuilt front and back suspension, rebuilt rear differential, upgraded peco exhaust, new fuel hoses, new headliner, new seats and custom leather upholstery, rebuilt clutch, electronic ignition, mini lite wheels.
Contact Shirley at J. White's Automotive: 508-872-4752.
I have owned this car since 1979. Great condition for a car that has never been restored. Bought in TX as almost new. Daily driver. 88106 miles on odometer. Engine is out. I removed it to replace clutch and it has sat for years.
Replaced original carb and intake with Mikuni sidedraft 2 bbl. 3 to 1 header. Have original carb and intake.
Please contact Pat Hart at 508 873 8801.
OEM MG Midget, Sprite, Triumph 1500 engine. I'm not sure what year it is from but it turns and runs. Marking on the engine is 15F-N-H 9618, Excellent condition. Contact me if interested.
1979 MGB, Asking $7,500 (appraised and insured).
35K miles on rebuilt engine, 96K original miles, body and interior redone-absolutely no rust, AM/FM/CD electronic ignition, Webber carb, 3 into 1 exhaust, new tires 2013, new clutch (1,000 miles), brake system redone, fuel tank and lines replaced, much more, Engine compartment needs detailing for show.
Very dependable for touring. After 22 years I want my garage back, don't drive it much anymore.
Original owner British racing green 1979 MGB with tan interior. 61,000 miles.
Excellent condition with both soft and hard tops. Always either covered or garaged in winter. No tonneau cover. Has a few small chips in paint. Has four new tires.
Can be seen in Sudbury, MA.
Please contact Sandy @ 978-821-4971.
I am looking to sell a complete carb setup from a running 69 MGB, two SU 4 carbs all the linkage, air filters and intake manifold. Asking $250, also have good cylinder head as well as other parts. We are planning on moving and I need to clear out the garage. I will entertain all reasonable offers. 978-973-1903.
Beautiful hefty brass and enamel MG badges!
I had a number of these manufactured and I have some available for sale to MG lovers.
They measure 45mm and have two screwposts on the back, so they can be attached to bumpers, dashboards, toolbags or whatever you like.
They are $18 each plus $6 shipping.
1976 MG Midget, barn find, cleaned up, running, no rust, extra parts. I bought with the idea of making a vintage racer. The tub is real clean and would be a good project for some one. New tires, brakes, many electrical parts, and a lot of hours invested. $2500.00.
Wanted to buy MG, TC, D, F, MGA, B or C Magnette sedans, parts cars and cars that need a lot or a little work. Also looking for any Morris Minors.
Please call Martin Cooke at 860-301-9621 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for Marty.
1969 MGBGT front windshield with trim, headliner and interior panels, $150 for everything.
1973 and 1971 MGB hood, trunk, carb sets, emissions stuff, 2 transmissions, doors, a windshield with frame, a dash and a bunch of misc lights and trim. All at modest pricing.
Call Ken Lemoine at 508-259-6314 for an appointment in Framingham to review.
Carburetor from 1978 MGB for sale. Best offer.
Call Stan Genega
Four Rostyle rims for sale-need refinishing. Best offer.
Call Stan Genega
MGB 1973 convertible, motor 1800cc, overdrive transmission, power brake, turquoise color, entirely remade. 76,000 miles.
For sale at the price of $11,600. Nego.
Coaticook is located at 20 minutes of the American border.
You can either send an email or phone for information.
Long-time MG enthusiast is looking for an early (metal-dashboard) MGB roadster. I would like to find a car that is original or restored to original spec, or combination of the two. The fewer mods, the better; no upgrades is even better. Please contact me at email@example.com or call me at 707 942 0546. I am in northern California.
1979 MGB, has original 30,256 miles, and has been rarely driven and has always been garaged. I am the second owner of this car. The car is Inca Yellow, a real showroom finish. The body, trunk and floors are solid. It had a like new black convertible top. All body panels and trunk area are extremely solid, factory undercoated and no rust, anywhere ever. The interior is black. Has a new battery, new floor mats, stereo system. Just had a total tune up.
Need the garage room, that's why it is for sale. If you are looking for a great MGB, take a look at this one.
Asking $8995.00 or BO.
1978 MG Roadster Convertible Dark Green paint recently completed, many new parts go with this car, it needs to be reassembled.
Motor and transmission are in the car and wheels are on it as well, Interior needs to be completed, top installed Lights, chrome etc.
Great price on a nearly completed partial restoration.
$3500 or BRO
1973 MGB rolling chassis for sale. Had to stop a restoration and need to remove from yard.
No doors, much missing.
Four good wheels, inflated tires, good front suspension, rear end.
Located in Bedford MA.
Must move by June 2013.
All reasonable, and possibly ridiculous offers welcome.
Steve Lipofsky firstname.lastname@example.org
This vehicle is in great condition, 81,100 miles, original paint, has always been garaged, horse power has been upgraded by installing Weber carburetor and Pico exhaust, new roof, built in radar unit. Also included: Teneau cover, new front and rear shocks, fuel gauge unit, spark plugs, oil filter, wiper blades and repair manuals.
Please call Ron Hunter, 617-590-6270.
1972 MGB in OK shape . Last running summer of 2011, ran well . Needs brake lines and a clean up, a good paint job and some interior work , but a great base car to take to the next leave.
I have no time and would like this to go to a good person had will enjoy it.
Thank you Burt
Here is my 1975 MG Midget. It has 59,825 miles. The good...Runs and shifts like a champ. I just had the front brakes completely redone; calipers (new, not rebuilt), rotors (new, not used or turned), & pads. The king pins and rear springs have recently been replaced. The tires are in great shape. Carbs have been thoroughly cleaned. The fuel line was gone through and repaired as needed. The paint is in fairly good shape. Somewhere along the line it was repainted in sandstone, which is a Toyota color from 1999. The floors and trunk are solid. 99% of the car is metal (the only place where there is filler is the narrow panel between the left front fender and the driver's door). The interior is in really good shape, I'd put it at an 8 out of 10. The top frame is in excellent shape. I have several receipts dating back to 1980 from work done to it over the years. I have several manuals. I have two bins full of various extra parts that will go with the car; electrical, trim pieces, radiator, interior pieces, clutch, fuel line, etc. Hardtop with good glass is also included, as well as two "bonnet" covers. There is a mounted spare, I also have an extra wheel and tire in decent shape.
The bad...Reverse lights do not work. Temperature gauge does not work. Aftermarket Blaupunkt AM/FM tape deck does not work. Emergency brake barely holds. The top is usable but worn, there is a slice in the rear window a couple inches long and a few of the snaps/grommets are missing, but it does snap down and will not flap while driving. There are new tops on ebay for $230 shipped.
I bought the MG this April 12 and have only driven it a few times. Typical story of why I'm selling; haven't had the time to put into it, and am pursuing other projects. This is a great daily driver with restoration potential if you have the inclination to go that route. I have a clear MA title. To get inspection ready, buyer will have to repair the emergency brake and back up lights. Everything else should be good to go to have it inspected.
The MG is not currently registered, but I have a 16 foot vehicle trailer and can deliver if need be depending on where you are for additional money. We can negotiate that as needed.
Please email me at email@example.com.
Robert Fish: 617-620-0667 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
1974 TR6 Triumph Blue, Black Interior, Matching Blue Hardtop, Black Vinyl Top, no rust, 25,218 miles. $10,000
Robert Fish: 617-620-0667 or email at email@example.com
1953 MGTD, Black with Beige leather interior, 23,864 miles, recently rebuilt engine and brakes, wire wheels available, has 4 speed but can install 5 speed, In Dash Radio, $23,000.
Robert Fish: 617-620-0667 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
1971 MG Midget Convertible For Sale! This labor of love was restored about 10 years ago and is in great condition, well maintained. Stored in a climate controlled garage. Runs smooth, and ready for a Sunday drive! The owner of this car has passed away and family wants it to be enjoyed by a MG enthusiast. Comes with spare tire, convertible boot cover, car cover and manuals.
Please contact Courtney: 978-855-3561
1953 MG TD frame up restoration completed about 10 yrs ago by retired machinist. This car was a retirement project and has around 100 miles since restoration. The car has always been garage kept and had such light use due to health issues. The car does have a few scratches on the front fender and could use to have the carbs cleaned. It starts up and ran well this fall but if it sits the carbs seem to need attention. Drives very nice but time for it to go to a home where it will be driven regularly.
1953 MG TD
Engine number: 25822
Body number: 5586/68047
Asking price $18,000. Email for more information or questions to:
I recently acquired several Abingdon Classics 1:43 scale MG models. These are all in mint condition in their original boxes. They are well detailed metal models which appear to me to be accurate reproductions of the original vehicles. I have the following available:
Abingdon Classics MG PB 2 Seater 1936 cream/brown body, brown int, top down
Abingdon Classics MG TD open 1953 Burgundy, Beige int
Abingdon Classics MG PB 2 Seater 1936 2 tone green, green int, top down
Abingdon Classics MG M Hood up 1930 Grey/Black, Black Int.
Abingdon Classics MG PB Airline 1936 Maroon, red int
Abingdon Classics MG PA Airline 1935 2 tone green, green int
Abingdon Classics MG TD Hood up BR Green, tan int 1953
Abingdon Classics MG PB Airline 1936 Brown/Cream Brown Int
Abingdon Classics MG 2A Tickford 1/3 open Blue/cream, blue int 1936
Abingdon Classics MG MS Van 1930 Brown/Cream
Abingdon Classics MGA Hardtop 1958
Grand Prix Models MG K3 1933 Green
I have attached photos showing these models . More photos can be provided if required. The price is $75 per model however this is always negotiable especially if you buy 2 or more. I live in Acton Ontario and these may be picked up from me or I will ship them at cost.
A friend is selling his MGB race car and a bunch of parts. Included is a B for parts (yellow and green) with a hard top. The car with the roll bar has a modified B race motor. I do not know much about the cars or parts, all I know is there are lots of parts both used and new. He is looking for $2500.00 for the lot (I think).
If you could post them on the BAMG site it would be appreciated. It must go as a lot. I don't believe he will break up the "stuff". If you want to talk to him he can be reached at 508-866-9464. His name is Todd. He is another wedge guy and a nice person.
Trunk lid 1970 Midget 25.00
MG logo Radiator cap 8.00
Accell cable 5.00
Left door 25.00
Right door 25.00
Door-glass seal tool 12.00
Complete left side vent glass 40.00
A real 1964 Lotus 7, 948cc. Full ownership history, Current VSCCA logbook.
Completely rebuilt 2008-09. Maintained by KTR.
Excellent condition & beautiful interior.
Michael 617-680-2783 or email@example.com
Looking for a chrome bumper MGB with okay cosmetics and mechanics and no rust for $5K-$7K. If you know of one for sale, please contact Dean Saluti at 617-285-6565.
Antique White with black interior. An all original car from the second owner in need of a loving home and some TLC. This is a very solid and complete car that will make a terrific base for a first class restoration. Car was garage kept until the last few years, when it was kept in a barn and the paint crazed. Leather seats and wood dash are in great shape. The engine was started and ran just before it was put in dry storage this past winter, but will need attention, as will the brakes. The top is there, but has come loose from the wood mountings.
We are looking for the right person to take this project on, love her and her history and who wants to bring her back to her former glory. It will be a rewarding experience and a comfort for her former owner to see her run and be enjoyed.
Car is in storage in the Franklin area and can be seen by appointment only and additional pictures are available. Asking a very fair $8000 or B.O. Contact Kurt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-245-4527 (Days).
I spent over $2000 last year on mechanical improvements. Also comes with the following:
I had plans to finish restoring to show quality, but have too many cars. I bought it for $6000 and have spent over $2500 on repairs and parts. I' think $7000 is fair.
Call Alastair at (413)237-1910
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