What is a MGB GT worth?

What is a MGB GT worth?

NADAguides is more generous, giving a 1966 MGB/GT a range of $8,950 to $25,600, and a ’73 version, one of $7,025 to $21,700. Across the board, these figures are now closer to the 1966 and ’73 MGB, the latter of which now NADA values a bit less than the GT in “low” retail, and a bit more in “high” retail.

Is an MGB GT a good investment?

Hands down the MGB is the best classic car investment, these cars have been going up in value over the last 10 years.

What is the best year for the MGB GT?

A brief review of the MGB’s history provides an easy answer to what is considered the “best” MGB to buy: The cars from model years 1966 and 1967 get that accolade. They still carried the classic body style, highlighted by shiny bumpers and a pretty grille.

How much is a 1967 MGB GT worth?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles Median Sale
GT Coupe $5,650
Roadster $14,575

How much is a 1969 MGB GT worth?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles Median Sale
GT Coupe $5,912
Roadster $10,500

How many MGB GT were made?

In its 15 year production span the GT was to prove a very popular and adaptable car with over 125,000 examples built.

Will MGB GT go up in value?

Values are still rising, albeit slowly, making the MGB a tempting alternative to a savings account and an empty driveway. Buy now, and your B should be ready to enjoy for the the return of good weather.

How many MGB GT are left?

By the end of 2018, the number of registered MGB models had net declined to 21,236 units.

Are MGB GT going up in value?

What engine is in a MGB GT?

1.8 L B-Series I4

MGB GT
Powertrain
Engine 1.8 L B-Series I4
Dimensions
Wheelbase 2,312 mm (91.0 in)