The MGB remains one of the worlds best loved sports cars, as well as one of the most numerically successful and longest-lived. More than half a million MGB’s were made at Abingdon between 1962 and 1980. At the height of its popularity the factory were making more than 50,000 a year. The MGB saw the introduction of a lighter monocoque body shell to replace the heavy separate chassis of the MGA. This construction together with other suspension and drive train improvements made the MGB great fun to drive. Our little red roadster is a later 1978 car fitted with the 4 speed overdrive gearbox and leather seats.
Having more space inside than the Midget or the Spitfire the MGB is ideal if you plan to do a few days touring in the southwest in classic style
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