Enjoy the outstanding driving pleasure of touring in the 1969 classic silver MGB. Called "Flash" the car's engine and body are authentic MG, the interior is very Australian with raspberry real leather seats and wool carpets and an Australian hardwood dash board and trimmings, making her truly one of a kind.
The MG badge is famous the world over. Standing for Morris Garages, it was a smallish British sports car company that was eventually owned by British Leyland and then became MG Rover.
The MGA roadster was produced in the 1950s and based on this model the famous MGB was built in the 1960s.
The MGB convertible was very popular and highly successful in the USA.
Having two seats and a 1,800 cc engine it was fun, lively and easy to use. A later model called the MGBGT was manufactured with a hard top. Such cars are referred to as classic, not vintage (1919-1930)
The MG badge is loved by enthusiasts the world over. In fact the MG club is one of the world's largest classic car clubs.
With Kangaroo Valley's outstanding natural beauty to tour through, hiring the Crystal Creek Meadows is a very popular gift idea. You can either include the use of the car in an accommodation package (link below) or hire it during your stay at Crystal Creek Meadows. The MG is provided to guests only for $250 for half day or $500 for a full days use (conditions apply).