Announced in 1967, the MGC was heralded as a replacement for the Austin Healey 3000.  Available in both Roadster and GT versions and powered by a 2912cc in-line six cylinder engine, the model offered a top speed approaching 120 MPH and should have been one of the best-selling sports cars of all time. 


Less than 9,000 models were produced, and whilst the politics within MG prevented it from realising it's true potential as a successor to the big Healey, it's qualities as a touring car have ensured that it is still much sought after today.