It’s not a simple story but here is goes. I’m 28 years old and the vehicle that you see in the picture is my grandfathers. (sort of) I’ve only owned this car for 2 months, but now the history of the car is clear. My grandfather bought this car from the original owner in the early 90’s. It was originally a bright blue color and in need of extensive body, engine, and electrical repairs. He has personally restored this car years ago to its now condition. It’s a daily driver. He didn’t want the car to be showroom. He wanted the car to drive it. My grandfather and I have always had an awkward relationship. I’m his only grandson and for only having girls to raise we didn’t have much in common to talk about, but just recently he had a stroke and lost his vision in the right side of both eye’s and the doctors have taken his license away. I’m a trained and licensed mechanic now but he is the one that got me interested into vehicles. He had a history of vehicles when I was younger that I remember, from Austin A30’s to early and newer B’s and GT's but he always loved this particular car. I feel very honored that he had given me this car. These mg’s have been the turning point between the relationship between my grandfather and I. Now we can get together for Sunday drives and go to swap meets to keep the car running and operating like original. This MGB has a lot of me and my grandfather’s relationship built into it and I can never put a price on that. This car will be handed down to my son and hopefully he will appreciate the hard work and beauty this car has.