For Sale

These ads are a benefit of membership and free to all members of the  British Motoring Club of Montgomery.  Just e-mail photos and details to your webmaster and  let us know when it’s sold or you no longer want it listed.

1965 Mustang for For Sale

We bought the mustang around the mid to late 90s and used to work on it. My father then around 2004 finished up a massive restoration. Probably over $30,000 in the car. Original motor (rebuilt with upgrades), body has been totally reworked by a car professional, disc brakes, everything on this car has been touched. It needs a little TLC to get to 100% now. Some minor electrical, window hinge needs repair, car has been sitting for a little while, etc. With a little attention it can be a super nice car. In its condition I have determined it to be worth in the $12,000 to $15,000 range. I am asking $13,000.

Brad Echols – bechols@mmfa.org

  

December, 2017


FOR SALE:  A 1965 TR4A IRS, have owned since 1985 with one off frame restoration.  Recently rebuilt brake, fuel, and suspension systems.  Always garaged.  Due to career/travel demands, only driven about 100 miles since 1993.  Still has the 1993 Georgia tag on the car.  A great investment at $13,500.

Contact Tom Densmore at 334.220.9098 or tjdensmore@outlook.com.

[Updated June 2017]






MGB Parts For Sale
I have some miscellaneous MGB parts that I would like to see go to good use. I have some new parts and some used parts. Before I put them on eBay, I thought I would reach out to some car clubs.  I rebuilt a 1971 B a few years ago, so everything is appropriate for that model year. Among the items I have are gauges, marker lights, a gas tank filler tube, a hood prop, wiper switch (new), an old fender mirror, horns, miscellaneous cables, etc. etc. and a lot of wire that I salvaged from a new wiring harness. I’m not looking to make any money. Prices will be very good. If someone wants something, please have them send me a note.

David Paradice
Auburn, AL
[Updated June, 2017]

For Sale:

Valorie got her face washed today when we got back from church…1970 split-bumper MGB. Nut and bolt restoration. And she’s officially for sale. E-mail me if you’re interested in seeing her. She runs even better than she looks!

Contact Larry Sharpton at:  larry_sharpton@yahoo.com

May 2017


For Sale:

1953 MG TD for sale. $15,000 firm. Last restored in the UK in the 1970’s by a MG restorer. Was a daily driver and is in good condition with some chrome pitting. Paint, although 40 plus years old, is in good shape with no signs of rust. No dents and frame is solid. Garage kept through the years. Car turns over and may need a fuel pump. There is complete documentation of service and owners manual. Must see!!
Contact Diane Bush via Facebook Messenger to make an appointment.

April 2017


For Sale:

A friend has this 1974 Spitfire for sale. Included is an additional like Spitfire including engine, trans., drive train, body, etc. The current owner purchased the two autos from a couple in the military. The blue car has no rust and runs good with no issues. Interested parties should call Dano per the below. The car is located in Geneva, AL and stored in a warehouse.

Contact Dano;
334.248.3057 cell
334.684.9620 work (
Best to call the work number)
genevahardware@hotmail.com

Thanks,
Tom Densmore

March 2017


For Sale:  MGBGT –$1,000.00 
Ben Milam
(334) 358-2888 work
(334) 268-7380 cell
1259 S. Memorial Dr
Prattville, AL 36067
 
[July 21, 2016]

For Sale:

1970 MG Midget — Running, needs brakes & minor repairs

1970 Austin Healey — Engine & transmission out of car

Either or both for best offer.

Herman Dabney
314 Winderton Drive
Montgomery, AL 36108
334-328-4181

[Oct. 2015]

 


FOR SALE: Extensive, career-long collection from an obsession with British sports cars. Much race-car related items for mid 60’s to early 70’s MGs, Sprites, Triumphs, nearly enough to build 10 cars. Chassis, engines, suspensions, transmissions, brakes, you name it, it’s probably here somewhere. Would prefer to sell in large lots, not individual items, but BRING OFFERS. Health forces sale, and prices will be beyond reasonable. Looking for another fan to take on some needed parts. Call Dave Long, 505-281-4353, or cell 505-315-7006, NM. (But I’ve a friend in Alabama who says you guys and ladies might be interested!)

[Mar. 2015]


For Sale: My business has completely kept me tied down for the last year.  To the point that I’m going to sell my MG.  I just don’t have time to enjoy it.  I’d prefer to sell it locally, there’s always an off chance I could buy it back at some point in the future.  So, if you know anyone that wants to buy a 1964 MG Midget, right hand drive, mine’s for sale, repainted several years ago but very much of it is in original condition.  It’s the blue one I brought back from England in 2013, it won the President’s trophy at the car club’s car show. Here’s some pics of my little MG.  The old picture is from the 2nd owner, he sent it to me a few years back, have others.  I bought it in Wales in 2013.  It’s a mark 2 so you have roll up windows and the ‘build your own’ top.  I think it’s the best year because it looks fantastic with the top off of it and it has roll up windows.  Originally motor and it hasn’t been rebuilt.  The car was restored about 12 years ago.  I’m the 4th owner according to the V5.  The car only has about 35k miles.  You can trace the old MOTs and see the car was hardly used.  Looking for $10k but open to offers.  Not many right hand drives in the US, it’s definitely a unique car and extremely fun to drive.

Thanks,

Joseph Johnson     paxtonpony@yahoo.com
[Jan. 2015]
P1030111 MGOC HQ East Anglia P1030107 P1030113  P1030109 First Drive in Wales P1030129P1030100P1030114 P1030110 P1030106 Dartmoor-1969

 


I need to sell my two MGs.  If you know of anyone in the club who might be interested, please pass the info along.

1976 Midget 1500 (Photos Coming)

And,

1974 MGB GT

Looking for around $5-6K each.    E-mail me at eng759@hotmail.com if you would like to ask questions or arrange to see one of the MG’s.

 Al Dorrbecker  [Jan. 2015]

MGBGT-engine MGBGT-rear quarter

MGBGT-left interiorMGBGT-hatch

MGBGT-side


 

 

67 AUSTIN HEALEY  BJ8  MK III

 BRG WITH SADDLE INTERIOR FABRIC TOP
 FRAME OFF RESTORATION   HAVE ALL PHOTOS/BILLS
 ENGINE,TRANS & REAR END REBUILT
 ASKING $80,000 WOULD CONSIDER TRADE


From Mary Anne Hanley
November, 2012

Books for Sale

Mustang 5.0 Projects Performance and Upgrades, How-tos for 1979-1995

5.0 Mustangs by Mark Houlahan HP Books New  Softbound

How to Build & Modify FORD Fuel-Injected 5.0 liter V-8 Engines by Tom Wilson

Custom Auto Interiors by Don Taylor and Ron “The Stitcher” Mangus New Softbound

FERRARI The Legend by Mark Konig Smith Mark produced by Paragon UK 1998

PORSCHE by Andrew Noakes Paragon Publishing (UK) 2005 Hardbound

MGC Shop Manual, Covers the six-cylinder MGC 1967-1969 Motorbooks International 1989

Automobile Quarterly Fall 1965 Volume IV, Number 2 – M.G.: A History, Wilson McComb.

M.G. Record Cars, Beverly Rae Kimes

SPEEDPRO SERIES – How to Improve MGB, MGC &MGB V8, by RogerWilliams New condition $25

AUTOPRESS LTD Workshop Manuals by Kenneth Ball printed in England, hardbound new condition:

Sunbeam Rapier 1 to 4 1955-1965 and Sunbeam Alpine 1-4 1959-65, $25

Hillman Super Minx Mark 1,2,3 1961-65, $30

Hillman New Minx, Singer Gazelle 1966-70 $30

Triumph Herald 1200 13/60 1969-71 Autobook 761, $20

1100 Mk1 – Austin, 1100 , Morris, Countryman, MG, Traveller, Riley, Princess, Vanden Plas, Mk1, Wolseley 1962-67 Autobook 800, $15

S Type 420 – Jaguar 3-4S, 3-8S, 420 1963-68 Autobook 703 $30

Contact Mary Anne Hanley @ (334) 714-0100 or GLO@TROYCABLE.NET