In a world where ’60s icons can easily cost more than a three-bedroom house, the MGB still provides an affordable path to classic sports car ownership. When it burst onto the scene for the 1962 model year, it gave enthusiasts a modern roadster that didn’t break the bank.

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skutney
skutney New Reader
1/22/20 6:50 a.m.

Nice article. I have a 1980 MGB. I've had it painted, converted to chrome bumpers and replaced the carbs with SU HIF's. I'm amazed at the nice comments that I receive.

wspohn
wspohn Dork
1/22/20 11:42 a.m.

The MGB was the Miata of it's day. Nothing particularly fast about them, but good basic handling and fun to drive.  Although I am primarily an MGA guy, I have owned MGBs and an MGC (which is a whole different story) and like them. The only one I would have liked to own but never got around to was the MGB GT.

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