Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to offer you this 1979 MG MGB. This peppy little car is sure to put a smile on your face as youre cruising down the road with the top down and the wind blowing on your face. The beautiful red paint is sure to turn heads and draw attention no matter where you drive. It is equipped with a 109 CID, 4 cylinder motor and backed by a 4-speed manual transmission that is a blast to drive on a sunny summer day, just put the top back and enjoy the ride! The car has many new parts on it, including a new carburetor, shocks, convertible top, etc. This car sports a beautiful tan interior that is all original to the car and is in very good shape! With a set of sporty rally wheels, wrapped in Goodyear Integra tires, this car is sure to take any corner with swift movement. If youre ready to get away from the same old big, heavy American Muscle, this little European car will be perfect for you! To check out this gorgeous MGB in greater detail, including HD pictures and video, find us on the web at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call the Detroit showroom at (313)-982-3100 for more information.See more at: https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/DET/1373/1979-MG-MGB
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Our Detroit Showroom opened its doors in June of 2013 and is the fourth addition to Gateway Classic Cars. Detroit has been dubbed as the "Motor City Capital of the World" and has earned that title by being home base for American automobile manufacturers such as General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Dodge/Chrysler. Detroit is also home to the largest automotive gathering in the world, The Woodward Dream Cruise which is hosted annually on the 3rd weekend of August.
Our Detroit Showroom is located in historic "Ford Country" just footsteps from the Ford Motor Company World Headquarters building and a short drive to the General Motors World Headquarters located in the Renaissance Building in Downtown Detroit. Henry Ford once roamed these streets with Model T's, the Dodge brothers raced their way around city roads and extinct companies like Oldsmobile and Pontiac have left us fossils reminding us of the greatest era in automotive history, the muscle car era.