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Chris McMillin said:   February 18, 2013 11:00 pm PST
Great site filled with good information and thought provoking details. My car is a later transition pull handle, 49690, but it is old enough to have many similar traits as the early cars. Thanks to all of those that have contributed.

nels marcussen said:   February 12, 2013 4:15 pm PST
I have a 1963 mgb I dont know much about it far as finding out the numbers the body number is mgb 004184 and the other is ghn3l/4271. The car was originally iris blue. The car is in great condition except moto and trans were out of a 1974 and only payed $2000 for it. So how or where can I find out more info from the cars numbers?

Tim Barlow said:   February 10, 2013 11:55 am PST
Hi, Great site. I have a early UK MGB chassis 5091 which I will be restoring over the next couple of years, and it seems to have many original parts thanks to information on this site. But does anybody have a picture of a early quarterlight curved handle as mine seen to have a grove on the inside and i'm not sure if this is original or not.

tim trevithick said:   February 8, 2013 4:46 pm PST
Glad to hear from Ralph Littlefield that #951 lives on ..I'd have to say it was not my best restoration effort ..cut corners on paint (catylised acrylic enamel..instead of eurethane, or occasionally nitro cellulose) and plastic seats by a local mexican outfit.(normally i used leather kits from UK with correct grain) BUT..it was all sound and decent when it left and drove very nicely..mostly original panels but floors and dog legs were replaced ..btw..anyone wanting an early car in OEW.. I have an early (jan or feb) 63 thats not going to get finished ..the body is, however all done to high standard ..paint is eurethane ..hand rubbed and buffed.

Ralph Littlefield said:   February 8, 2013 4:02 pm PST
Tim T., interesting to see your post!! 951 is in Seacoast New Hampshire and was the poster child for British Cars of New Hampshire Show of Dreams last August. Still well loved, looking great, and in good company.

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