1969 MG”C” ROADSTER #GCN1U7779G. (Stock #3903.) In 1963, MG introduced a new model of their quintessentially British sports car, the MGB. Over the years the 4-cylinder car developed without too drastic a change and was a very popular car world-wide. In 1967, a dramatic change was made to the car when the MG “C” was introduced to the motoring world. 1967 was the final year of production of the “big Healey” 3000 with its powerful 6- cylinder, twin carburetor engine. The MGC took the place of the Healey with great styling, some creature comforts (roll-up windows, folding convertible top, comfortable bucket seats, etc.) yet kept the essential sports car equipment (a sexy 2-seater body, rack-and- pinion steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes, 15 inch “knock-off” wire wheels, 4-speed manual transmission, torsion bar suspension, etc.) but now was equipped with a 3 litre, twin carburetor, 6-cylinder engine—similar to that of the Austin Healey 3000-- which gave the car 120 mph capability. HRH Prince Charles purchased one when the car was introduced in 1967 and kept it for 30 years before then passing it on to Prince William. Fewer than 5000 of these cars were made and have become very collectible with the passing of time. Our car is pristine, a multiple-show winner and gorgeous in proper British Racing Green with black top & interior. With 31,369 miles showing, the car is extremely correct and original and is fitting for any quality British car collection.