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1976 MG MGBReview
jsanders writes:
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Nice — 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 winters.

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

Pros: Fun to drive and good on gas!

Cons: Not for everyday use.

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1976 MG MGBReview
Richard writes:

Fun Fun Fun — 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 and college! Everyone should have one!!!

Pros: Lots of fun

Cons: Zero rliability

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1976 MG MGBReview
John writes:

Good Old English Motor — Shes getting there started to do the few jobs to make her better but shes 30+ year old and still hold her own on the road.

Pros: most things

Cons: slight teathing problems, but that the joys of motoring.

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1976 MG MGB Review
Nikki says:
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1976 MG MGB winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Front Seats Ranked 1975 MG MGB better.
"Same seats, vinyl. The 76 has red piping although its all in the owners preference."
Family Car Ranked 1975 MG MGB better.
"both years are not much of a family car."

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1978 MG MGB Reviews

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1977 MG MGB Reviews

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1975 MG MGB Reviews

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