Nostalgia Classic Cars is pleased to show the 1969 MG C. The manufacturer of this vehicle was British Motor Holdings. The vehicle was intended to be a replacement for the Austin-Healey 3000, since the Austin-Healey 3000 came to an early end due to American emission and crash regulations. British Motor Holdings needed to find a solution to the six-cylinder demand on the market after the production finish of the Austin-Healey 3000. The solution was to take the 3.0 liter engine from the Austin Westminister, and fit it into an MGB, which gave birth to the MGC. Allowing for a little over 50hp then its predecessor, and had a chrome strip that ran sideways along a bulge on the hood of the vehicle. This is a true British automobile that with only 2,595km on it suits collectors, and English automobile enthusiasts alike. Around 9000 were built in 1969, and was the last year of production for MG marque of automobile, that we here at Nostalgia Classic Cars are happy to bring you.