7 Comments

  1. Unknown
    January 10, 2020 @ 5:22 pm

    Why does the speedo show 77K miles?

    • DailyTurismo
      January 10, 2020 @ 5:24 pm

      77,000 miles per hour would be really optimistic for an MGB. Oh. The odo…not the speedo.

  2. JB1025
    January 10, 2020 @ 6:09 pm

    I do like these but the workshop manual being bigger then driver's manual might be a clue of what is to come….!

  3. Woodie Man
    January 11, 2020 @ 5:39 am

    That's sweet. I'm glad its in Tejas. Dont bother me with questions, it's perfect. Hmmmmm. I wonder if a certain loudmouth with a spray on tan with owl eyes and ridiculous hairdo is the owner.

  4. Stan Beyerman
    January 12, 2020 @ 2:10 am

    MG's are great cars.

    The BEST ride in an MG is when a friend owns it.

    It's a blast.

    And you never have to worry about the next time it breaks (which, hopefully, won't be during your ride).

    Because when you spend more of your time looking at the car as a really cool paperweight, the passion kinda fades…

    -Stan (the *other* Stan…)

  5. Mega Vonza
    January 12, 2020 @ 2:17 am

    There is a ton of stuff incorrect/changed with this car, but if it's mechanically sorted, it's a pretty decent deal on a chrome bumper MGB at that price. Just be really careful to check the VIN against a decoder because there's a lot I see with this car that makes me question it being a '67 vs. a '68 or '69. Not a big deal, but it does affect value and desirability, not to mention potential title shenanigans.

  6. hugh crawford
    January 12, 2020 @ 10:54 pm

    The photo of the open engine compartment speaks volumes about the paint. Lots of paint is where it should not be, with sags etc. What is it about paint shops that they will spend hours upon hours sanding, but but can't spend an extra twenty minutes masking and removing bits like the latch and the hood springs.

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