BF Exclusive: 1979 MGB Roadster

British sports cars remain popular in the classic market, and there are good reasons for this. They provide an engaging driving experience, and the simple engineering of most makes them prime candidates for restoration and ongoing maintenance in a… more»

20 Years Stored: MGB GT Pair

What is it about old MGs that make owners inclined to buy them in batches and otherwise leave them clustered together for years at a time? I don’t think there is an automotive genre more prone to this sort… more»

No Reserve! 1967 MGB Roadster

Barn Finds has covered MGs of all ilks, most recently this nice Braken orange “B” roadster that Russ Dixon wrote up on August 7th; it sold nearly instantly. Here’s another great opportunity to put a British roadster in your… more»

Top-Down Fun! 1974 MG MGB

The MGB was a 2-seat roadster built by British Leyland from 1962 to 1980, replacing the MGA. These were fun cars that were a bit larger than the famous MG Midget. 1974 editions like this one were the last… more»

Project Hatchback: 1973 MGB GT

The first MG skittered out of Morris Garages Limited in 1925, with a bull nose and bicycle wheels. A procession of gradually more evolved cars followed, flowing like a river, until 1980. Most of these sold very well indeed…. more»

Running After 31 Years in a Barn: 1977 MGB

In many ways, falling in love can be compared to purchasing a collectible automobile.  Nobody needs a car project for survival.  We do what we do because we love the hobby.  We also tend to fall in love with… more»

Garage Find: One Owner 1974 MGB Roadster

MG sold 513,000 MGBs during the model’s production run from 1962 through 1980. With that many cars on the road, over that many years, arguments flare over which year is “best”. Early cars are prized for their spriteliness and… more»

Summer Driver: 1977 MGB Roadster

For a simple summer driver, look no further than this 1977 MGB roadster on craigslist, with an asking price of $3950. The seller indicates that he has purchased a Jaguar XJS and it needs his attention, so this well-sorted… more»

Drive or Restore? 1967 MGB Roadster

When I first became interested in cars, the only “collector” cars were marques like Auburn and Delahaye and Duesenberg. Cars were either new, or old. We never said “vintage”. Then in the 1970s, along came auctions and the game… more»

Back On The Road! 1979 MGB Roadster

We’ve featured an incredible number of classics over the years with the main goal of getting those finds into the hands of our readers, but sometimes someone that doesn’t follow our site beats one of our readers to the… more»

MGBeetle? VW-Powered 1969 MGB Roadster

Pretty much everyone knows what an MGB is. Offered from ’62 to ’80, the MGB is the quintessential British sports car. You’ll find them with some unexpected modifications such as this Volvo-powered example. I have an old college friend… more»

Low Mile Survivor: 1976 MGB Roadster

Over its production run from 1962 through 1980, more than 500,000 MGBs were sold, though most of those were sold before 1975. In that unfortunate year, British Leyland was forced to detune the 1.8-liter motor to meet US emissions… more»

Trailer Find: 1965 MG MGB

The MGB was the successor to the MGA and the big brother to the Midget. It was produced from 1962 to 1980 and saw the production of more than a half-million units, including variants (such as one with a… more»

Used Car Alternative: 1979 MG MGB Limited Edition

Have you seen the price of used cars lately?  It is hard to get a clapped-out econobox with less than 100K on the clock for less than $5,000 anymore.  However, there is a thinking out of the box alternative… more»

Volvo B18 Powered! 1969 MGB GT

The MG MGB had a solid 18-year run, which began in 1962 and lasted all the way through 1980, but this 1969 MGB GT has had a couple of unusual transplants that make it a unique offering in the… more»

Cheap Early MG: 1963 MGB Roadster

If you’re interested in an early MGB, you better hurry-  this one may not last long. Here on craigslist is a 1963 MGB roadster for sale with an asking price of just $6,000. The car is located in Houston,… more»

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