Again, lots of correct MK1 features here with a dominant, almost 17” (7-prong) steering wheel which, we believe, is the appropriate steering wheel for these cars, as opposed to many smaller versions available. It’s also covered with a removable leather cover. Black leather seats (no head restraints) are in lovely condition with the correct carpet backing coming up the rear of the squab. MG eyes will note the single line red trim on the doors matching the seat piping but, the top trim on both doors has been changed to a later version. Please also note the MK1 stepped design of the transmission tunnel. The dash facing has been replaced by the ubiquitous veneer accessory which, in this case and unlike so many others, fits beautifully and really suits the car. So many of them look really quite untidy but this is not the case here and compliments the interior well. All the Weather Equipment is new: the actual roof itself is PVC and very tight and will require the right temperature to ensure an easy fit; the 2-part pack-away hood frame is painted black. Both full and half tonneau covers are a comfortable fit and in particular the full version, which sits in place with ease and without stretching.