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1970 MG MGBReview
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Classic — Great value, classic looks, reliability sum up this British classic. This car turns heads everywhere. The fastback look is my favorite style feature. Front seats have large room for two adults. Break, clutch and accelerator pedals space is small and require that the driver use small shoes to drive it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Holds value, style

Cons: rear seat

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1970 MG MGBReview

1970 Mgb Gt — The MG B/GT is the coupe version of the MG B roadster, it is known as one of the first hatchbacks. It's hardtop adds only a few more pounds, having no effect on handling and acceleration. The top speed is improved due to the aerodynamic improvements on the windscreen and rear hatch. Excellent handling and styling, no doubt best bang for the buck!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Excellent handling, beautiful design

Cons: Public Awareness

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1970 MG MGBReview

1970 Mgb - My Trusty Companion — The 1970 MGB is a classic. Featuring a split rear bumper, spoked-rim wheels and chrome trim, 1970 was a great year for MGs. Like all old British roadsters, my MGB needs continual attention to run well and look good. In the '70s, my father had a Triumph (TR4/3/6 hybrid) that he'd put together himself. This car lets me live my childhood dream of driving a sweet little convertible.

Pros: It's not expensive to maintain - if you maintain it regularly.  It turns a lot of heads.  There is no smell quite like that of a going-on-40 year old original leather interior.  An active online community of hobbyists makes sure all my weird engine questions are answered.  It turns like a *dream* on back country roads in the fall.

Cons: Being an MG, it frequently has small problems that need to be addressed.  It does not go very fast (but at ~65mph, you get the *illusion* of speed!).  With a unibody steel construction, if rust gets anywhere, it's nearly done for (spackle!) - since it's not made of individual pieces, you can't just say, replace a fender if it gets rusty... so no winter driving in Boston!  It can be difficult finding parts sometimes - but I've been lucky so far :)

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Reviews From Other Years

1980 MG MGB Reviews

My Time Machine To My Youth By Intrepid999

I have continually owned and maintained an MG B roadster since I was 23 years old (am now 65). I have successfully taken extended road trips from Long Island to Key West /Chicago/Detroit/Atlanta/Washi... Read More

Just Great By carsisus

There is nothing this car needs. It had tons of recent work done. There was never any rust and other than a new paint job and a new interior and rebuilt adds and ends it is a great , beautiful driver... Read More

1979 MG MGB Reviews

Mgb By Chris

This was my mothers car when I was a kid. When I was a teenager I used to sneak it out at night and drive around the neighborhood. It was a convertable and pretty fun to drive. It was a small car and ... Read More

Tumps Up!! By rommel71

fun car to drive around town not on the free way. you'll get plenty of looks from people giving a smile. folks would come up to you and talk to you about your car. My girls don't like me picking them... Read More

1978 MG MGB Reviews

Best First Car By Jamie

great little car, quick for a 30 year old car, best car ive ever had for comfort, looks and performance. quite a cheap car if you know anything about cars as you can fix it yourself no plastic crap hi... Read More

1977 MG MGB Reviews

Fun Responsive Sports Car By savis

this car packs a lot of fun for a reasonable price. nothing beats driving through valley forge park with the top down and my dog in my lap, ears flapping in the breeze. the handling is fantastic espec... Read More

It Was A Nice Experience To Own It, But I Was Glad To Be Rid Of It. By Ozzie

The MGB is a small british car that attracts attention everywhere you go. Unluckily the 77 model year had ugly rubber bumpers, ugly taillights, and rode higher than its older counterparts. It drove ... Read More

1976 MG MGB Reviews

Nice By jsanders

MGB was a fun car to own and drive. Always gets a lot of looks and having both tops makes it a 3 season car. Winter driving is not recommended because the heat is not very good for the north east wint... Read More

Fun Fun Fun By Richard

Full of character, breaks down constantly, never working, not working right now. Very slow, as good round corners as a bus. Nice colour underneath the rust, Yellow power rules! Sure to impress at uni ... Read More

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