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1969 MG MGC




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2.9-liter Inline 6
Manual 4-Speed
Exterior Color
British Racing Green
Interior Color
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The 1969 MG C Convertible is a classic British sports car that exudes charm and style. MG, which stands for Morris Garages, is renowned for producing small, agile, and fun-to-drive vehicles, and the MG C is no exception. Here's a description of the 1969 MG C Convertible: Exterior: Body Design: The MG C features a sleek and timeless design with smooth, flowing lines. The convertible version adds a touch of elegance, emphasizing the car's sporty nature. Grille: The front grille is distinctive, often characterized by a chrome surround and vertical slats, bearing the classic MG badge at the center. Headlights: Circular headlights are a signature feature, giving the car a distinctive and friendly face. Convertible Top: The soft convertible top can be lowered for open-air driving, adding to the car's appeal and providing an exhilarating driving experience. Interior: Cockpit: The interior of the MG C is designed with the driver in mind, featuring a simple yet functional dashboard layout. The driver-focused cockpit enhances the connection between the driver and the car. Seating: The convertible typically offers comfortable seating for two occupants, emphasizing the car's sporty and intimate nature. Materials: Classic British craftsmanship is evident in the use of quality materials such as leather and wood, adding a touch of luxury to the interior. Performance: Engine: The 1969 MG C is powered by a 2.9-liter inline-six engine, a departure from the four-cylinder engines found in earlier MG models. This engine provides a balance of power and performance. This particular example has been modified with 9.5:1 overbore pistons, a D9 performance camshaft, triple Weber DCOE carburetors, Maniflow header, a lightened flywheel and dual exhaust. Transmission: It is often equipped with a manual transmission, allowing drivers to fully engage with the driving experience. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a four speed manual transmission with an optional electrically -acurated overdrive and a 3.70:1 rear axle ratio. Both clutch and overdrive were rebuilt in 2011. Handling: Known for its nimble handling, the MG C delivers a spirited and engaging driving experience, making it a favorite among enthusiasts. The suspension has been modified with 1" front torsion bars. Braking: Four piston calipers and cross drilled rotors at the front and drum brakes in the rear. Wheels and Tires: Wire Wheels: Many MG C Convertibles are equipped with classic wire-spoke wheels, contributing to the car's vintage and sophisticated appearance. This does have the 15" Dayton knock-off wire wheels. Tires: The tires are relatively narrow, maintaining a connection with the road that enhances the car's agility. Fitted with 195/65 Dunlop Sport 5000 tires. Legacy: Classic Appeal: The 1969 MG C Convertible is celebrated for its classic British sports car appeal, representing an era when driving was more about the pure joy of the open road. Collectability: Today, well-preserved examples of the 1969 MG C Convertible are sought after by collectors and vintage car enthusiasts, appreciating its iconic design and historical significance in the world of sports cars.

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