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Ralph Littlefield said:   February 12, 2014 10:28 am PST
hell0 i like it

Rob Emge said:   January 10, 2014 9:37 am PST
Thanks Marc for creating this site as the photos and info are a great resource for those of us who have MGB's that have seen lots of "action" through lots of owners and modifications. I have a 1965 MGB #50999 that I have owned since 1988 which other than the engine is mostly original. Driven it 75,000 miles since I recommissioned it back in 1990.

Marc Feig said:   December 19, 2013 3:36 pm PST
Just wanted to say thank you to all those hat have signed my guest book and also to wish you all Happy Holidays! I recently added a few new articles with plans to keep on adding as long as the inputs keep rolling in. You do have the option to subscribe to the blog articles if interested. Marc

Don McLellan said:   November 17, 2013 8:15 pm PST
Great site and very happy somebody pointed it out to me!! Thank you for taking the time and effort to put this site together. I'm the third owner of a '65 pull handle. A life time ago (40+ years) my regular driver was a '63 pull handle.

Adrian Oliver said:   October 15, 2013 9:31 am PST
Thanks for all the hard work setting this site it up. I've been meaning to sign up for ages and have finally got around to it. Glad the early 'B is recognised for being special and increasingly rare these days. All those quirky additions were soon removed when production really got going in 1963, so if you've got an original spec '62 car, you're in the lucky minority. By the way, GHN3-2290 is alive and well here in England. Cheers!

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