By 1980, its eighteenth and final year of production, the MG B had become firmly entrenched as Britian's best-loved sportscar. Thus, quite a few examples - including this one - were thoroughly Ziebart rust-proofed before being squirreled away in dry storage. Not road registered until 24th June 1991, the 2+2-seater was acquired by its second private keeper some two years later who treated it to the following sympathetic and period-style upgrades: a beautifully engineered (and possibly unique) rear wash-wipe, wooden Moto-lita steering wheel, stainless steel exhaust, full-length Britax sunroof, tailored / removable load cover, detachable dash-mounted search light, Black leather upholstery (to factory specification), security locks to the doors / bootlid and Minilite-type alloys. Drives wonderfully in the way that only a very low mileage, unrestored car can. Ready to show and enjoy, this GT is in excellent condition with regard to its 1798cc engine, four-speed manual plus overdrive gearbox, electrical equipment, bodywork, paintwork and interior trim.