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1557 viewsDougs 1970 Split Bumper B1 comments
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646 viewsOriginal Owner of this 1974 Harvest Gold MGB
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Brian Gurney's 1974 MGB1831 viewsOriginal Owner of the 1974 Harvest Gold MGB1 comments
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734 viewsOriginal Owner of this 1974 Harvest Gold MGB1 comments
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Brian Gurney's 1974 MGB589 viewsOriginal Owner of this 1974 Harvest Gold MGB
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Brian Gurney's MGB2678 views2 comments
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'70 MGB of Shaun Phillips253 viewsA nice great running 1970 Mark II. Daily driver when it doesn't snow here in Vermont.
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1973 MGB of Art Isaacs711 viewsEngine in place and trimmed. I modified the Stellings & Hellings air cleaners from the HS application by drilling-out the threaded holes in the back plate so they can be fitted to the HIF carbs. I recently changed to a Pertronix electronic ignition and am very happy with the results.1 comments
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Yosemite High Country3398 viewsMy MGB overlooking Tenaya Lake in Tuolomne Meadows , Yosemite September 2006 !
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TIOGA PASS , CALIFORNIA , SEPTEMBER 20061567 viewsLooking back up Tioga Pass on Highway 120 above Mono Lake, September 2006. 4 comments
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Back View4886 viewsThe dealer emblem on the rear is from the original sale to an associates' son when he was a student in Denver. The Hong Kong and China plates are real and owing to my working there and being an active member of the MG Car Club - Hong Kong (the HK club badge is set in the grille), but are just for show and generating interest in a sea of red MGB's here in the US. The NJ "QQ" tags are hidden beneath the HK ones which are on removable slip plates. 2 comments
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1973 MGB of Art Isaacs1096 viewsI am the second owner of this car and bought it for $300 in 1990. It had fortunately been abandoned inside a garage, so rust was not as bad as it could have been. Though there was some minor collision damage to the front and rust along both sills, the car was basically complete and solid and much of the body remains original even now. I took on a full rebuild and restoration that took about 3 years to complete. I still consider it a work in progress, as refinements and improvements are always being made.
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