The MG Car Club provided an impressive selection of Bs to mark the model’s Golden Jubilee, from early roadsters to a trio of RV8s, for the 26th British Car Day near Wellington, New Zealand on 12 February.
Among the 460 cars on show was also a healthy number of Luton-born classics, including a smart ’63 PB Velox, but the rarest car at the event was the country's sole Fiberfab Jamaican (below).
One of only two built on a TR4 chassis, Francis Pointon's car has been rebuilt with a 2.5PI straight-six and was lined up alongside more conventional Triumph TRs.
Other stand-out cars included a ’57 Daimler Conquest Century with all mod cons (top), Nigel Fleming's monster 1978 Triumph Dolomite with 4.4 litres of Leyland P76 V8 under the bonnet (below), and a 100-year-old Rolls-Royce Ghost tourer.
Words and pictures by Mark Holman