1600 MK II, Over $30k Spent on Complete Restoration
Collector owned since the 1990's. Complete $30k+ professional cosmetic and mechanical restoration in 2000. Pile of restoration receipts. Side curtains and trunk rack (not installed). Starts, runs and drives perfectly.
Introduced for 1956 model year, the MGA roadster replaced the aging T-Series cars. The final iteration of the MGA was the 1600 MK II, with a 90 horsepower 1,622cc engine, and minor styling changes. MGAs are ideal first collector cars. They're affordable, simple to work on, rugged and attractive. Parts are readily available and moderately priced.