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Proving once and forever that the combination of slot mags and fender flares is a formula for great success is this vintage race-prepared 1967 MGB GT, built as a tribute to men and machines that survived the ruinous 12 Hours of Sebring. The MG comes with solid vintage racing history, and is ready for whoever wants to run it around the vintage circuit. From the seller:
1967 MGB GT Sebring styling, car was built for vintage racing in 1998 and has been raced successfully in VSCDA and SVRA ever since. Designed with styling of the famous Sebring cars of the middle ’60s. Has full race cage and many race prep details that build reliability. New engine in 2007 built to specs listed below. Eight races on new engine. Race ready as it sits. $18,000.
A complete list of specifications, extras, spares, and racing modifications can be found by heading from here to the actual classified listing. We just hope that the owner stashed away the slot mags before he shod the MGB GT with Minilite-Panasport style wheels. If you’re going to get into style, you could do far worse than Sebring style.
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