This year’s NAMGBR Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held the weekend of October 21-23, 2016 in San Diego, CA, site of our 2017 annual…
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MGB ute-roadster, or roadster-ute:www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/mg/b/1858017.html (saw it posted on MG Experience) ... See MoreSee Less
1971 MG B for sale #1858017
Classic 1971 MG B for sale #1858017 $35,000. Palm Desert, California. 1971 MGB Convertible Pickup For Sale in Palm Desert, California 92211 Get ready to turn h
10 hours ago
Ron Zeraldo, Richard Lenz and 1 other like this
Jeb Boyd$35K??? Why??? It has zero intrinsic value. It's just a novelty, and of dubious attraction. I'm certainly not impressed.
Scott HowerImpressive tonneau fit though.
Allan Watson$35k...........funniest thing I`ve seen in weeks!!!!
Alex Redding$35K for a B/GT that was cut up & 'restored 25 years ago!! Pass the crack pipe.
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12 hours ago
Patrick Verstegen, Bill Skoros and 15 others like this
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John M. PlaskettCurved windscreen and metal dash. Can't go wrong!
Maury DrummondGlad to see you still have the twin cam 😊
Terry HalbertUntil you have to replace it!! Coming up soon on my 79 MGB..
Jeremy HoldsworthI miss seeing those cars and hanging out in the parking lot.
Paul Hanley Jr.There needs to be an MG's on the Chesapeake. Miss all you good folks too
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2 days ago
Ned Shields, Brad Michaels and 14 others like this
Drew HastingsOuch....those came out of nowhere...best get that looked at soon....!!!! 🙁
Bruce E BarrettBad things happening behind that dog leg.
Bruce E BarrettI had to cut both out and replace with Moss pieces.
Drew HastingsIt would be REALLY painful having to cut anything out of THAT car......
Bob LewisRemember - these cars rust from the inside out. When you start sanding that you will find holes.
Simon DixSorry to see that - had to do the same with my 77B and could barely watch the cutting. Turned out fantastic though, under the expert eye and work of John Mangles.
Martin P MurphyGot 'em!
Jeff TaylorSend it to the crusher... 🙂
Kelvin DoddI'm going to get flack for this, but oh well. If the sheetmetal is original I'd think about making sure the drains are open, then flushing the area to remove the decades of debris. Then injecting thinned rust inhibitor. That should retard further damage.
Kelvin DoddI mention this because I have an original paint 67 GT with some front fender bubbling. I don't want to do a full repair and paint for a few bubbles.
John ManglesKelvin, sounds like someone that doesn't really know how to do it right. If done correctly, you should not have to do a complete repaint. AND if done correctly, no one would know the difference. Just sayin.
Jeffrey JohnRust never sleeps
Paul Hanley Jr.Thanks all. I will have it looked at soon. I wish this area had someone like you, John M, that knew their way around MGB's. I suppose once it's ground down, we can further appraise and see if she can be spared from the crusher!!
John ManglesPaul, Just send it to me. I'll crush it....😉
Roger DeaconI have my 78 B starting to look like this also but won't go to the crusher as it is very rust free.
Max ThoreIt happens!
John M. PlaskettJust in time to plan a winter project.
Paul Hanley Jr.She still shines up like a new penny.
Paul Hanley Jr.
Paul Hanley Jr.Tomorrow's spit shine project. Both cars are to be featured this weekend as part of a very cool boat show-- Sultana's Downrigging Weekend.
James J SchulteTerry Bradshaw is not going to be happy about this. You forget to get your shingles vaccine...
Daryle MurrayACNE! 😛
Tom LeStrangeFixed mine on the right side last winter. Left side starting soon. Never driven in salt!
Paul GrahamWhen I ground off the rust bubble the rockers started leaking sand......
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