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2 Minute MGB Restoration

We turned our previously orange, then red MGB GT into a James Bond style silver. There must have been about 20 kilograms of body-filler before we started, then another 20 kilograms after we'd finished! We then tidied up the interior with new carpets & a new stereo, then I added a cool keyless entry alarm system (hence the missing keyholes on the doors). Turned out pretty good.


 


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