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The underdog with cult potential. MG had been planning a more powerful sports car since the 1960s, a sports car that
was to have been established on the basis of the MGC. The engine was actually based on the BMC engine, which the
Austin Healy 3000 had to thank for its reputation. The MGC is not a hard, noisy sports car for a sports touring car. Because
of the powerful six-cylinder engine, power reserves can be called upon at any time. With just under 4,500 examples of
this robust classic, known to be one of the most reliable, it accelerates smoothly to 100 kpm (60 mph) in ten seconds,
has a top speed of 200 km/h and even tall adults climb out of this classic car relaxed after a long trip.



Technical data:
Year of manufacture: 1969
Engine: 2,906 cc • V6 • 150 hp at 5,500 rpm
Transmission: 4-speed, H-shift
Steering: left-hand • Seats: two plus two, incl. driver