American smog regulations overtook the MG B in 1968 making the '67 MG B the best B built. The 1798 cc engine put out 98 real horsepower, strangled back to 92hp in 1968. The body sat right over its 14 inch wheels, the cheery MG B visage at its best with chrome bumpers. Finished in British Racing Green with tan leather upholstery, matching carpets and tan leatherette top, this 1967 MG B has been done completely, crisply and in every detail to loving standards. The engine, dash and instruments are sharp, as they came from the factory. It is nearly a trailer queen but has some careful miles and is still showable with pride. The paint, panel fit and chrome are better than Longbridge delivered it, but not so good to make it a caricature. Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8s rarely get restored this well, it is a model for how to do it right.
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