Selling my passion project, a 1961 MGA.Bought 10 years ago and had it shipped to Portland from Denver.Since then I’ve done an on body rebuild.Either replaced or repaired almost everything.
Replaced the fenders, hood, apron, nose, right inner fender and pan behind the grill.
Painted Old British White, gray piping
Replaced wood floor boards and re wired.
New fuel tank and new fuel lines with upgraded fuel pump
New master, slave cylinders and brake lines.
Replaced engine with a 69 MGB 5 main engine
Header, electronic ignition
Oil cooler, MGB radiator and electronic fan
Rebuilt SU and professionally tuned.
Replaced transmission with a ford T-9 5 speed conversion kit
New rear shocks
Added sway bar
New top and tonneau
Re built the seats with tan leather
New dark brown carpet
Re chromed windshield frame and new glass + new side curtains.
New luggage rack and front bumper guard
Halogen head light and driving lights
LED tail lights
This car was built to drive. My problem is that it’s not being driven and I have other projects I want to tackle.
Heads up, the body work is good, but it does have a new nose and if you know what you’re looking for under the bonnet you can see the repair... this car is not a restoration, it’s meant to be driven.
Lastly as an on body repair, the inner rocker panels were repaired. The repair is adaquite,but on my to do list was to replace them.
I’ve been a MGA lover since high school and this is my third rebuild and it’s the best.
It’s a fun car to drive, raw compared to new car standards. Great car for cruise ins and trips to the coast or Mountians. Lots of power and little weight.
My loss your gain!
I expect an inspection.

Used Year: 1961
Mileage: 1000 Number of Cylinders: 4
Make: MG Transmission: Manual
Model: MGA Body Type: Convertible
Engine: 1800 cc MGB 5 Main Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline
For Sale By: Private Seller Exterior Color: Old British White
Drive Side: Left-hand drive Interior Color: Brown