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    Default MGB - First one I have seen here.

    Blue Mall has a few old cars on display right now.

    They have an immaculate condition MGB, it looks beautiful.

    Click on the thumbnails for the larger image.
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    My brother has an immaculate 1975 with original 27000 km on it, a real collectors item, I will post some pics of it later this month.

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    Is that a '64? A guy who lived across the street where I grew up with was given a 64 for his 16th birthday way back in 1980 and had it painted British green. Boy did it look and sound good. Needless to say it looked and sounded great and he always had plenty of chicas to ride. To bad he was (and still is a jerk) because I never got a ride.

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    Oops sorry for the repetition in the previous posts - I was talking on the phone. BTW, the MGB I referenced was a 64.

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    Where are they getting the cars from? The antique car club in Santo Domingo?

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    I think that's a '70. That was the only year of split rear bumpers. Super nice car. I'd love to see the engine compartment.

    I'm an old British car and bike guy from waaaaaay back...

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    Looks beautiful.
    I've owned and restored a few MGs and they are great little cars.My last one was like the green one at the back with Rostyle wheels but a GT model.I didn't know about the 1970 split bumper until now.I guess that was just for the US market.
    I would love to find a classic to restore here in the DR so if anyone knows of an old car languishing unloved anywhere I would love to know.

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    It IS a '70. I just blew up the front picture and there it is, MGB-1970...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrecksum View Post
    Looks beautiful.
    I've owned and restored a few MGs and they are great little cars.My last one was like the green one at the back with Rostyle wheels but a GT model.I didn't know about the 1970 split bumper until now.I guess that was just for the US market.
    I would love to find a classic to restore here in the DR so if anyone knows of an old car languishing unloved anywhere I would love to know.
    I know of a decent DeLorean that may be available...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobraboy View Post
    I know of a decent DeLorean that may be available...
    Stainless steel..... good car for RD... less rust

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