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Mark Reed 1977 Midget

Mark Reed 1977 Midget

In 1978 I was promoted into a job that required frequent rapid responses - night and day and in any weather. I didn't have room for my B and a new, reliable car, so I decided to sell it and buy a new sedan. When the buyer pulled away in MY MGB my heart sank to the ground and I felt like I was losing my best friend.

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Tom Dalton 1969 MGB

Tom Dalton 1969 MGB

I remember first seeing my 1969 MGB when I was 8 years old, then owned by my mother’s boyfriend, sitting at a log cabin at Rocky Ridge in St. Genevieve, Missouri. At the time, I thought, “Wow, that’s a cool looking race car”

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James Nadal 1976 MGB

James Nadal 1976 MGB

This is actually my 3rd MGB. This one I found on a buy, sale, trade web page here in Texas. She is a 1976 MGB. Started out as a green car, but since been painted red. HS4 SU carb conversion, and rebuilt engine.

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Deane Parkhurst 1960 MGA

Deane Parkhurst 1960 MGA

My wife and I were married in January of 1960. With the choice of our family car being my 1955 Dodge Sedan or her 1958 MGA Roadster there was no choice. We had participated in many road rallies and driving events with the car, so there was no question which vehicle we would keep.

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Rick Dyer 1979 MGB

Rick Dyer 1979 MGB

As we are getting close to retirement, I wanted something that both my wife and I could enjoy. A friend of mine at work purchased a British car. I thought that sounded fun and I enjoy tinkering. With monthly meetings, socializing and events, this sounded like something I wanted to be involved with and a great way to meet new friends.

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Steve Nyquist 1968 MGC

Steve Nyquist 1968 MGC

I was introduced to British cars by my parents. When I turned 16, my parents had a 1960 MGA  that was my daily driver. A few years later when I was 20 years old, I purchased a 1968 MGC. It was my daily driver for a few years. 

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Glenn Wellington 1973 MGB

Glenn Wellington 1973 MGB

I was living in San Francisco when I bought my 1973 MGB the day after I retired in February, 2004. The girl's father had bought if from the original owner and restored it in 1995 for her birthday. In the nine years that she owned it, she had only put some 9000 miles on it, most of the time it was in her garage.

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Ronn McCann 1971 MGB

Ronn McCann 1971 MGB

I have had many "B's" in my adult life time.  Fresh out of school in the mid 60's, I got my first. It was a very pretty Tartan Red 64. Love at first sight. I drove it as an every day car and not before to long it was a rusty basket case. 

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Bruce Miller 1961 MGA

Bruce Miller 1961 MGA

The car and original Iris Blue color I’ve wanted since I was 10 years old.What a chick magnet! I’m rewarded most every drive with thumbs up and turned heads, at least until girls see a 60+ guy driving.

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Tom Berry 1960 MGA

Tom Berry 1960 MGA

In the late '50s and early ‘60s I was a mechanic on sports cars here in the Kansas City area. I worked on a lot of cars that the local SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) guys were racing at that time.

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Chris Armacost 1961 MGA

Chris Armacost 1961 MGA

Built in 1979 at Canley with a TCN prefix chassis number most sources would call this car a pre-production model.  This Inca Yellow car with black interior features an automatic transmission and dual 175CD Stromberg carbs.

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