First registered in April 1955, this stunning Almond Green Metallic matching numbers TF is the subject of a former restoration that's been in its current ownership since 1999. It's a home market, "drivers' car" that's been considerably but sympathetically uprated over the years. The cylinder head has been ported and modified to run on unleaded fuel, and a Brown & Gammons fast road camshaft, competition valve springs, electronic ignition and stainless steel exhaust installed. An alternator has replaced the dynamo and the engine now drives through a Hi-Gear five-speed transmission via a lightened flywheel. The front suspension benefits from an MGA/MGB handling kit and MGA anti-roll bar, and the rear from additional leaves. The brakes feature stainless steel lined cylinders, alloy drums and a servo. The amazingly comprehensive specification includes: alloy doors, negative earth electrics, heater, double luggage rack and half/full tonneau. 'GSL 337' comes complete with a large collection of invoices.