The MGB GT as it should have looked like ...

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Nixon Rafn
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After a small redesign in my Photoshop

MGB GT recreation

rolymo35
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Clicked and clicked and clicked and clicked still nothing, clicked again still nothing, hey Guy your clicker don't work, we want to see your MG,      Please can we see your  GT ?

RolyMo

Chris Martin
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Maybe he is that good at Photoshop that is what it now looks like..............a little white box? Never mind, there are plenty more BGTs out there.
Chris M.

 

rolymo35
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  Just so that all our friends celebrating 50 years of MG are not disappointed. I will try and post a photo of the MGB-GT as it might have been, had  Lord Nuffield still been around to sign-off on its release in 1962. He had a very good eye for style and balance of design, regretably he had retired from active participation in factory business several years prior and was not enjoying the best of health round that time . He fought  to survive until Aug 1963 which incidentally will be a 50year anniversity next year.Then will be the opportunity to celebrate the life of one of Great Briton's finest industialists and founder of MG.

RolyMo

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 Here we go with  an alternative in a more modern idiom :- MG-GT fitted with Minilites or as my American friends used to say :- "Dozy Rabbit Eye's"

RolyMo

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And another  developement in that direction !!

RolyMo