Time to be honest - have your ever seen this before? It's real, it was build in 1959 in Australia using MG mechanics, fits on the MG frame and looks like a Ferrari Monza or Mondial - suitable for many historic events, raced in the 60s and eligible for FIA papers.
To my knowledge, the only 'B' of it's kind, but not the only colorful, psychedelic car the streets have ever seen. A lot of students painted their second hand cars from the late 60s onwards, following the famous cars the saw on covers, on screen or read about in magazines.
There aren’t many classic cars running around the small Nordic island nation, especially those that are notorious for dissolving via rust. But during a trip to the United Kingdom, Bjartur came across an MG. In this Video, he is telling his story
On this very page, there has been a certain focus on rare fiberglass kits for sportscars of the 60s. Hardtops for TRs, MGs, Spitfire from numerous manufactures. Sprites, later Midgets and the Spitfire were ideal to swap the whole bonnet as well. While Ashley and Lenham Spitfires still very rare, were they big success for Midgets and Sprites. Together with the easy and relatively cheep tuneable A-series BMC engines, they consequently caught on in historic motorsport as well - for ahead of any...
As I use my MGB as a daily driver, sometimes there are minor problems occurring. Today, the fan belt came off. Sadly it wasn't usable after that, and I had no spare belt as a replacement. But I was able to get a pantyhose and what I ruled under urban legend, did work. To be honest, the first try was only good for 2 miles, but only my knot wasn't tight enough. New knot and I drove home... here is the evidence: