How many limited mkiv special edition made it to us

Asked by Judkinn Feb 05, 2020 at 02:56 PM about the 1980 MG MGB Roadster

Question type: General

I have a 1980 limited edition mkiv that is one of the last 1k
made . It is black with coca interior, luggage rack triumph
wheels and gt style intake dual carburetor. The wondering
is about the production split of these last 1000 made.

6 Answers


I would say most of them ended up in the US. I see them a lot.

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Awesome I think this model was bought by Henry Ford 2 for our last edition like the le across the way

I can find mk4 every where just haven't seen this edition thx you for the insight . Until last year id never heard of mg I've always built jeeps ect


I see the black ones all the time. My neighbor has one rotting away out in the woods. Honestly if you like MGB's I would recommend a 1967 or so which has minimal smog, chrome bumpers, the 5 main engine etc. Much better than the smogged to death cars of the late 70's.

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Yessir I'm learning more and more about them. This one has same setup as a gt on intake and such . This one I found it was red. Stripping out found original black run the vin and found out about the last 1k with the suttle interior changes . Everything is here runs good 17k miles. Little body work to go still, it was under carpet so kept pretty well. Im liking the introduction to mg with this model. If it only gets better from here im gonna have as much fun as the jeeps.

This is it when I found it . You can watch the development on my you tube channel jud Kinney

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