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Registry: 1974 MG MGB GT



Sean Kalil's 1974 MG MGB GT
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This stunning chrome bumper "B GT" is a rust free car that received an extensive, no expense spared, restoration. The goal was not to create a trailer queen. Instead, the car was built as the ultimate "driver". Mission accomplished! Comfortable seating, COLD air conditioning, performance brakes, a killer stereo, and long legs for highway cruising are not things usually associated with a British Sports car, are they? This car has them all!

Vehicle Information

Owner: Sean Kalil   [telstar]
Location: Palm City, FL, USA USA
Status: Running


VIN:GHD5UE355509G
Model Year:1974
Original Colour:Aconite
Current Colour:Aconite
Odometer:16,570 miles
Engine Type:Modified 1800
Transmission:4 Speed Overdrive
Last Updated:2014-05-11 20:38:44
Magic VIN Decoder
GHD5UE355509G
Factory: Abingdon, England
Make: MG
Engine: B-Series (1.2-2.4L) 4cyl
Body Type: GT or Coupe
Series: MGB MkIII (1970-1979)
Market: USA, Left Drive
Model Year: 1974
Car Number: 355509
Engine Code: Not Set!

These are "best guesses" based only on the VIN, completeness & accuracy are not guaranteed. Information entered by the owner should take precedence.

 

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Member Comments on Registry: 1974 MG MGB GT   ↵
Rated 9.5 out of 10 based on 6 ratings
2014-04-04 14:10:45 # 14816
Comment by Robert Scott
Rating: 8/10
Wow. Really nice car. I just bought a 74 Aconite GT from my friend, the first owner, here in Albuquerque. Maybe some day mine will look like this one. Good luck with the sale.
2014-04-06 10:05:07 # 14949
Comment by Gary Kinslow
Rating: 9/10
I am probably as familiar with this car as anyone on the forum. It's gorgeous, all the more so if the original color is also aconite. If price were not an issue, I would buy it in a heartbeat.
2014-04-06 12:26:19 # 14958
Comment by Brandon Fox
Man, if you only knew how long I have been looking for a 1973-74 GT in either Black Tulip, or Aconite, to restore to match my '73 Black Tulip Roadster! But I need one that at least requires new paint, so I can match the two cars perfectly. Yours is already finished and beautiful; would be a waste to strip it and repaint. Oh well, I'll keep on looking. Awesome job on the car...looks fantastic!
2014-04-12 21:08:33 # 15490
Comment by Edd Lobacz
I find this car interesting, are you going to have it in Jupiter next Saturday?
2014-04-13 18:27:11 # 15527
Comment by Sean Kalil
Hi Ed,I am in the Stuart/ Palm City, which is 20 minutes north of Jupiter, You are welcome to come up and see the car when you are in town.Give me a call,Regards,Sean
2014-05-12 22:08:18 # 17030
Comment by Gary Edwards
From the limited pictures it appears the seats are not original and have slip covers.Does the car hve overdrive or a 5 speed to make it a highway cruiser.
2014-10-01 10:28:27 # 20692
Comment by Pete P
Is this car still for sale?

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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2014-05-11 20:38:44

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Apr 4, 2014 Sean Kalil  USA Added to Registry (ID 24268)

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