Obviously based on the MGB the MGC has revised suspension and a larger three litre engine. This makes the car an excellent tourer and contrary to many period reviews it handles very well despite having such a heavy engine.
The Vintage Classics car is a 1968 model with a few engine modifications including an upgrade to triple Dellorto carbs. This has resulted in increased BHP compared standard MGC. The bigger bore stainless steel exhaust adds to the fun of open top motoring.
For a sixties car the most noticeable part of the drive is the rock steady handling. As with most cars of this era there is no power assisted steering but once rolling the benefits soon become apparent as you feel more at one with the car.
The bonnet bulge is the making of the appearance and the slightly lowered stance makes this a car to drool over.
Please note the seat belts have been upgraded to inertia reel.