MGB Roadster & MGBGT
The MGB - widely regarded as a most practical and economical classic car with forgiving handling.
Model reviews and information
Launched in 1962, the MGB Roadster was well received with its monocoque construction and an overhead valve "B" Series engine enlarged to 1.8 litres. A sleek fastback GT arrived in 1965, a Mk 2 in 1968 and the rubber bumpers with a raised ride height in late 1974. Production ended in 1980. See our MGB review and other information.
Model profile & useful information & MGB Workshop Notes
Model guide
First published in the MG Car Club's monthly magazine Safety Fast! in July 2007.
MGB and MGBGTs advertised for sale on the open market are seen on the "cars for sale" webpages on the MGB Register website and in the classifieds and trade adverts in Safety Fast! and commercial classic car magazines. More
Contacting the MGB Register
See the MG Car Club website for the current contacts. Contacts
MG Car Club - support and advice for MG enthusiasts at