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Ralph Littlefield said:   July 20, 2013 4:19 pm PST
Glad to say #6281 is well on it's way back. Spent this morning at Brit Bits in Rye, NH. putting the motor back where it belongs. Been a long winter of bag and tag everything, but now it pays off seeing it all come together. Used this site this morning to verify Coil Bracket location, thanks for the help. Thank You.

Don Scott said:   June 13, 2013 9:14 pm PST
Great website for lovers of MGBs like myself. I have the pale primrose B that is on the bottom right, first page of photos. Would like to find a Mk1 B that is better than the one I have now, and would sell mine. If you are thinking of selling a B that is condition 2 (mas o menos), email me please. don@napanet.net.

Frank Navest said:   May 24, 2013 12:48 pm PST
Iam very much pleased with your site covering the early B. My first B was from late '62 or early '63. Today I ride around in a late Mk1 from '67. The greater number of typical details have always interested me. My compliments!

David Barton said:   May 16, 2013 4:21 am PST
Wow what a great web site so informative. I have 2 MGB's A 72 GT owned since 1989 & recent purchase of a 65 MGB Roadster G-HN3 / 62940 under going restoration registration number ERX 497C owned by the MG Car Co for the first 3 years & used as a works demonstrator stated on the Heritage Certificate, it also appeared in BMC magazine adverts in 1966 & 1967.

Christopher Baker said:   February 21, 2013 7:03 pm PST
I am so thankful for your work on this site. It keeps me entertained for hours. Even though my oldest car now is a 74BGT, I still marvel at these great older cars. Maybe one day when the kids are older I can find one. But in the meatime I will continue to pour over your hard work. Thank you so very much.

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