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1969 MGC GT - HERO event prepared For Sale

£24,000 As stated

Price £24,000As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make MG
Make Unknown
Model MGC
Year 1969
Country United Kingdom
Region Surrey
Status Trade
Ref C1165704
In its present ownership since 2005 we are pleased to offer this extremely good MGC GT for sale as a HERO event prepared example of the marque.

With its strong 3 Litre 6-cylinder engine, mated to a 5-Speed gearbox - supplied and installed by WinSpeed in 2010 - this makes an ideal entrant for the increasingly popular HERO Regularity events. Sensibly prepared, the car has the required Brantz timing equipment, Fire extinguishers, sump guard, and stowage equipment. A Webasto sunroof completes the package to relieve those `heated moments`! The comprehensive History File accompanying the car provides an excellent record of past ownership, maintenance and an eye for detail and reliability.

Importantly this car is Long-Legged for covering long distances to and from events, with comfort, space and ample performance.

Immaculately presented this MGC GT is absolutely `on the button` and ready to enjoy as both a road and event car.
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