Registry: 1959 MG MGA 1500

Jim Bowlby's 1959 MG MGA 1500
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  • Body sitting on frame,new splined hubs, rotors and bearing kit.

  • Floor boards, seat frames, dash and original steering wheel in great condition.

  • New lever arm shocks,new steering rack, MGB front end disc brake conversion.

  • 3.73 MGB rear end. Tube shock conversion

A stalled restoration. Price reduced!!!!! AGAIN!!!!!!!
Frame is 99% completed, blasted and painted, MGB front disc brake conversion,rear tube shock conversion and MGA 3.73 rear end, brake lines installed.
Engine is apart and complete with exception of head, intake and carbs.
The body is in amazing shape with some minor rust on the rockers, one of the rear wings has pin hole rust and minor pin hole rust in the boot pan. I can send you additional pictures if you would like. The body was acid dipped over 15 years ago and sprayed with primer.
Clear title
Complete car with many new parts. Please call me with questions.
Absolutely in amazing condition, you will look long and hard for one in this condition.
Ready for your restoration.
901.619.4616 cell

Vehicle Information

Owner: Jim Bowlby   [jbowlby]
Location: Murfreesboro, TN, USA USA
Status: Restoration in progress

Model Year:1959
Original Colour:Black
Current Colour:Primer
Last Updated:2014-10-13 19:55:09


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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2014-10-13 19:55:09

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Oct 1, 2014 Jim Bowlby  USA Added to Registry (ID 26597)

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