One of the last MGBs ever made, found in a Denver wrecking yard.
Returning to the roadster roots of the formerly British brand.
Jacking up the entire car to meet headlight-height laws, adding sketchy plastic seats to a pickup bed to skirt the Chicken Tax... or worse?
When it comes to classic British roadsters like the MGB, there's only one address, and that's Frontline Developments. Xcar swings by to see what the crew is up to.
Most of us are never going to be like Jay Leno and drive a new car every day. However, it's possibly affordable to collect a handful of vintage rides, especially if you look a touch off the beaten path. In recent video, Petrolicious highlights Hans Abrahams, who is doing just that. He has three 1960s, European classics that love to be driven.
MG has taken to the 2012 Beijing Motor Show with its Icon Concept, a hatch that's somehow intended to pay tribute to the MGA and MGB GT models of old. The automaker is marking its 50th anniversary this year, and chose the Chinese show to mark the occasion with the funky-looking concept you see above. Aside from a general hatchback shape, we don't see too much of the Icon's predecessors in the design – in fact, we see as much Mini Countryman as anything else. The tall ride height and flashy
Roger Dougal's electric 1972 MGB Roadster - Click above for high-res image gallery
click the image above to view a hi-res gallery of British Motor Heritage bodies
It sounds to us like the kind of men's magazine you see at the supermarket. You know the one, the impossibly buffed-up guy on the cover touting a workout that only takes 2 minutes and will make you as solid as an oak tree. Whatever. Modern Gentleman? It sounds too genteel for its own good, nearly obscene. There's pretty much nothing left of the old MG, save the logo and the two letters. Originally denoting Morris Garages, MG's new owner, Nanjing Automobile Group, has elected to change the name t