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Frank Navest said:   March 30, 2015 1:47 pm PST
Ever since December 2013 I have submitted 6 or 7 articles regarding the early MGB. Where are you Marc? Frank

Frank Navest said:   March 30, 2015 1:47 pm PST
Ever since December 2013 I have submitted 6 or 7 articles regarding the early MGB. Where are you Marc? Frank

Robert C Miller said:   March 19, 2015 1:52 pm PST
Great site! I have 1970 B and I am the original owner. The dash is the MG pillow. Would it be too much to convert the car to the earlier dash? I already see a problem with the steering column! thanks

John Valentine said:   February 14, 2015 10:51 am PST
Heard about this site on the MG Experience site. I own a "63 B" that is awaiting restoration. VIN# GHN3 L 15218. I have a question about the early D type O/D. The manifold connection for the vacuum switch is referred to in the catalogs as a "restrictor". This implies to me that the connection has a solid insert in it with a tiny restriction hole for the vacuum to pass through. Is that the case? John

Pete Slater said:   July 15, 2014 2:56 am PST
Hi my name is Pete Slater from Canberra Australia and I own an Australian built, July 63 B roadster. It is the 237th built Australian MGB. (Chassis #738 - they started at #501) Nice and original except for later 5 main engine and 4 sync overdrive box and red paint. Planning to return it to its original, rare colour of Aintree Green. My dad owned #661 from new which is also Aintree Green. Early Aust built MGB's also carried the UK chassis number but as the ID tag is missing. I'm unsure of this number.

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