Recent divorce forces the sale of this 1978 MGB Roadster.
My now ex-wife, clearly an aficionado, fan and connoisseur of classic European automobiles, valued this car at $9,600.00 in her sworn financial statement and refused to budge on this ridiculously overvalued estimate during mediation.
Since she is the expert on British sports cars, I am following her expert advice and listing this fine, rare, concours-quality vehicle at her valued price of $9,600.00.
This rubber bumper (feel free to contact her for a full education of the difference, value and collectibility of rubber-to-chrome bumper MGBs…) MBG boasts the following much sought after options:
96 bhp 4 cylinder 1800cc engine with single (yes, only 1) Stomberg carb
No power steering
No power brakes
No air conditioning
4 speed manual transmission (no overdrive)
Convertible top (with custom rip)
Rust on trunk lid
Floors may or may not be solid.
Car has been in her expert care, i.e. uncovered, unprotected and full of snow.
Car is in non-running, non-driving condition.
Ex-wife deemed this car unsafe and unacceptable for our children to drive, but should be just fine for you and your loved ones.
Show up with your tow truck and 96 $100 bills.
The line forms at her front door.
First come, first served.
No lowball offers…not a single penny less than nine thousand six hundred dollars will be accepted for this special, unique, collectible British classic.
Clear title. Seriously, you better hurry.
This one won’t last at this fair, reasonable asking price.
Original ad at http://denver.craigslist.org/cto/4912263427.html via http://bangshift.com/bangshiftapex/an-ex-wife-is-making-her-ex-husband-sell-his-1978-mgb-the-craigslist-ad-is-pure-genius/