1967 MG C GTS Coupe / AD052/1060 Chassis Information

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS photograph

1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS1967 MG C GTS
Coupe
Chassis #: AD052/1060
The MGC is equipped with an Austin 2968cc inline 6-cylinder engine with gas flowed and polished aluminum head, intake manifold sporting triple 45 DCOE Weber Carburetors and Downton exhaust manifold. Standard steel under pan with light alloy skin panels and superstructures. One of two lightweight MGC GTS to come out of the famed Abingdon MG works factory before closure in 1969. MBL 546#, known affectionately as 'Mabel' raced successfully from 1967 through 1969 in four major long distance International endurance events.

MBL 546E was the first of two factory built lightweight MG C-GTS to come out of the famed Abingdon MG 'works department'.

MBL 546E started her racing career in the 1967 Targa Florio under the guise of an MG GT with an inline 4-clinder 2004 cc B engine. Originally painted Tartan Red, the Italian organizers required British cars to be painted in their International colors, so Mabel was hastily painted British Racing Green and remains in this green and red color combination to the present. Later that same year, the MGC model was announced and the more powerful Austin six cylinder 2968 cc 'C' engine was installed for the 1968 12 Hours of Sebring where she finished 10th overall and 1st in class. Today, MBL 546E dons her 1968 84 Hours of Nurburgring livery. MBL 546E is well documented in numerous books on the subject of the Works Department MGs.

Chassis# AD052/1060

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Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1967 sales)
1967 MGC Coupe
Chassis#: GCD1.6271
Sold for $9,202
  2009 Coys Auction - Spring Classics
 

No Sale

1967 MG C GTS's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1967 MG C GTGCD1/766G2011 H & H Pavilion Gardens   

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