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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.

Blaine Benson said:   March 31, 2014 4:49 pm PST
Cool site - nice to connect to other folks with early MGB's. Mine is a '62 - see it's story here: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/05/automobiles/05EGO.html?_r=0

HARVEY P BERLINER said:   March 27, 2014 11:21 am PST
Just discovered you..... Very helpful site. Thanks to all.

Paul Best said:   March 21, 2014 8:22 pm PST
Discovered site tonight; great information. I recently bought an early B; number is # 996. After finding it to be early production, I thought it worthy of some research. It came as a parts car with an MGA; now hesitant to sacrifice it for parts.

Les Greaves said:   February 13, 2014 12:57 pm PST
Thank you for a very useful website. After a long period of restoration, I am happy to report that GHN3-3808 from December 1962 is now back on the road and enjoying an active life.

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