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In the late 1960’s, the MG Factory Works Department created two light weight alloy bodied MGC race cars (RMO-699F & MBL-546E) for the 12 Hour Sebring Endurance race. The cars were hand built, and were the last cars produced by the Works Department before MG ended their racing program. This car is a 10 year project to re-create an all-steel bodied replica of those cars. Car has less than 3,500 miles since restoration.
1968 MGC GTS Replica
Most GTS replica cars offered today are steel bodies, with fiberglass flares, and fiberglass front and rear valences. This car was built as a “Fast Road Spec” street car, that can be driven daily. The race cars had triple Weber carburetors, which are often difficult to run on the street. This car has dual 2 in. SU’s, and a mild Isky street cam for smoother performance. See the Restoration Notes for a detailed description of the cars features.