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April 11, 2009


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Quentin Sanz

You're definitely gonna see a lot during a heavy rain with three wipers taking care of your "windscreen" there, man. Oh, and you have a big love for vintage, too. That's cool, man. Way cool!

Joseph Sterns

Three wipers = Rain eyes, if you get my drift. You'll definitely get a clear vision of where you're heading with three of 'em clearing your windshield. Long live vintage!

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Lot of details are stated and the pictures shown was really a memory that would flashback when you look at it. Long story of yours about the car were really interesting!

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I say you were really the man to right about it. It's good to have authenticity after a theory.

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That was good engine of the car though and I really appreciate all the details you posted here. I believe that car has great performance on the road.

Dewey Setlak

MGB had its run as one of the premiere sports cars from 1962- 1980's. It utilizes a monocoque structure, which reduced manufacturing costs because it is more lightweight than the traditional body-on-frame design. And you're also right, Chuck. MGB is the first set off cars that offered the crumple zone, which is designed to protect both the driver and passenger in a 30mph (48kp/h) collision, or from the impact of hitting an immovable barrier.

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There's really a huge gap between modern cars and classic cars. I'd like to own one of my own.

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Cars like the MGB are ones I would love to take a ride on these days. This totally moved me.

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