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A rare example, one of less than 900 LHD 1600 Mk I Coupes....with wire wheels. And a nice classic car for those who are not fond of open sports cars. This one is dressed in classic red with black interior. This car is an older restoration that could use a little refreshing in some of the fit and finish of door alignment and a few minor paint correction needs, but other than that, this car is excellent. Interior is in fantastic condition and the .....
vehicle runs great.
What a beautiful, stylish classic the rounded fenders and roof line, absolutely stunning. And, like any good MGA, ample power, nice gearbox, great steering and ride, sure brakes (never forget, MG had disc brakes years before Porsche...or even Ferrari). Comfy/cozy cockpit, roll up windows (when ALL other MGAs had side curtains), as it or modified, they make great cars.
More information on the model year 1960 MG Coupe:
The 1960 MG Coupe was a small two-seater sports car produced by the British car manufacturer MG. The car was based on the MG MGA roadster, which was introduced in 1955, and was designed to offer the same performance and handling in a more stylish and luxurious package.
The MG Coupe was powered by a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine that produced 78 horsepower and was coupled to a four-speed manual transmission. The car had a top speed of around 100 miles per hour and could accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in around 13 seconds. The car's handling was praised for its balance and agility, and it was known for its fun and engaging driving experience.
One of the key features of the MG Coupe was its stylish and distinctive design. The car featured a sleek and aerodynamic body with a fastback roofline, which gave it a sporty and sophisticated look. The interior of the car was also well-appointed, with comfortable seats, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, and a range of convenience features such as electric windows and a heater.
The 1960 MG Coupe is a relatively rare and sought-after car today, with only around 900 examples produced. Well-preserved or fully restored examples can command significant prices on the classic car market, with values ranging from around $20,000 for a car in fair condition to upwards of $50,000 or more for a fully restored and well-documented example.