Restoration project 40 years in the making My Dad bought it in 1981, drove it a small amount of miles, and then commenced the tear down. The chassis has been completely gone through. All new everything, the engine and transmission were sent to a local MG specialist to rebuild them and to paint them up to as they most likely have been. The car was put into its current condition in the 2001 thru 2006 time frame. And It was done far enough to make it drivable around the parking lot. And then it got parked because of other interest, and life. It currently is over 3/4 of the way assembled, it needs the interior to be installed and finished, the convertible top mechanism needs to be installed and a new cover ordered for it and installed, the windshield needs to be installed in the frame, needs new tires, the doors need some fine tuning when the door panels are being installed. Again lots of new parts, all the way down to a new wiring harness throughout, it's running on the positive ground setup, as it should be, most electrical items appear to be working. I fired it up on the 10-31-2020, (and several times since then) installing new spark plugs, and checking over the other systems. It will need to be fine tuned to run better. But that is just part of the whole project. The dash face needs to be finished and gauges completely installed, along with many other things, it's a winter project, by late spring time it could be ready to start driving and enjoying. It is available for inspection by appointments. Just to be redundant, this is a project vehicle that needs to be finished. Yes it will need to have more money invested in it to get it ready and worthy of driving. I am open 5 days a week and can ab available on some weekends for viewing and inspection.
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5239 E US HWY 82
Gainesville, TX 76240