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MGC Roadster 1968 // University Motors Supplied UK Car // Fully Restored With Incredible Documented History

£29,950

MGC Roadster

Summary

1 of just 1403 original home market UK cars, matching numbers and supplied  new in Tartan Red with Black leather upholstery, disc wheels, heater, packaway hood all as per the Heritage Certificate and first supplied by University Motors of London 24th January 1968 to Mr David Royston, Thornton Heath, Surrey.  The car was registered just days after Prince Charles took delivery of his MGC GT (SGY 776F) from University Motors of London on 19th January 1968.

The history file is packed with invoices and receipts filed by year which supports the mileage and incredible passion that has gone into this MGC, the receipts from 2005 to 2014 alone total over £30k. There are 31 past MOT certificates dating back to 1988, old tax discs, copy ownership records including the buff log book, many workshop manuals, Original University Motors of London enamel badge, original period magazines and news article cuttings etc.

This is an excellent opportunity to own a stunning matching numbers UK supplied MGC Roadster with low long term ownership and incredible documented history file.  Along with brilliant parts availability, owners club support and mechanical simplicity offer worry free classic car motoring allowing the new owner to concentrate solely on enjoyment.  

A Fresh 12 month MOT will be issued up on sale and of course the MGC is HPI Clear.

More details

The first project code allocated in 1961 for the new six-cylinder MGC sports car was ADO52 but it wasn't until 1965 that the first prototype MGC Roadster was manufactured. Initially starting life as a pre 1965 MGB pull handle body shell, assembled by Pressed Steel in Swindon Wiltshire. The original shell was then taken to the Morris Bodies Plant in Coventry where extensive "off tools" modifications were made to accommodate the torsion bar front suspension necessary to take the Alec Issigonis newly designed seven bearing six-cylinder engine.

A two-year production span was all the MGC enjoyed before being withdrawn in September 1969 with a total of 8,999 cars being built; 4,542 were roadsters and 4,457 were in GT form.

We will consider any part exchange with funds either way no matter what it is.  We have buyers in all fields of expertise so we would consider modern cars, vans, caravans, motorhomes, motorcycles and of course any classic so just give us a call or drop us an email.

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