MGBGTV8 sold in just 17 days

Chris Trebilcock from London NW reports "the car is now sold thanks to your website. Lots of interest, many thanks". It's another good example of how effective a well presented advert with a link to a set of good photos provided as a PDF document released on a popular website for MGV8 enthusiasts can reach enthusiasts actively looking for a good MGBGTV8.

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Advert for Chris Trebilcock car posted on the V8 Website

Private sale –Factory chrome bumper MGBGTV8 in Damask Red
Damask 0446
(August 1973) with 91,500 miles, GD2D1446G and matching numbers. Car off the road since May 1995 with lots of history of past ownership, was bought as a restoration project 4 years ago. Restored over a 3 year period by Willow Triumph and over £30,000 spent. All major parts rebuilt, restored or renewed, fully documented restoration. Large list of new parts, stainless steel exhaust, new Minilites and tyres, but the original Dunlop composite V8 wheels come with the car (in okay condition but need some restoration). Less than 500 miles since restoration finished. Engine not even run in – I am just not finding the time to drive the car and it needs to be driven No sunroof or stereo. £22,000.
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The advert was posted to the V8 Website on 5th April 2019 and the MGBGTV8 was sold promptly on 23rd April.