Rob Spencer's crash
A very lucky MGBGTV8 owner crashes at a Snetterton MGB race day.
Restored RHD 1967 MGB GT - One Take
The MGB GT is a collector car to look out for. Though small, underpowered, and with hugely varying build quality, their charm and style will undoubtedly raise their value in the future. This right-hand drive example was lovingly restored to stock configuration, with the exception of slightly wider tires for a bit more grip. Check out this MGB GT on Wheelwell! https://wheelwell.com/profile/568d97bbbd102fb80c51d076/vehicles/568d981d92d 2fc8a354d62db/story/
Castle Combe Historica 9th April 2012 Mgb Crash
Dreadfull weather all day soaked ruined camera but very entertaining. The conditions catch out this Mgb
MG BGT classic car review film - Paul Woodford
The MGB is an iconic British sports car that had something for everyone. A claim further enhanced with the introduction of the BGT in 1965. Suddenly the world's favourite roadster had a roof, but at this point some argue British Leyland stood still, and that the introduction of a Pininfarina coupe into the range wasn't enough to keep up with other European and even Japanese car makers in the innovation stakes. Over the years, the classic appeal of the MGB GT has steadily grown, and for many, it is a sports car which defines a generation. But how does it work for a new generation of motoring enthusiasts? Motoring presenter, Paul Woodford continues his series of classic motoring films with classicsdriven.co.uk and Great Escape Cars, and rediscovers an appeal with the BGT that goes beyond '70s marketing slogans. For more films, vist www.classicsdriven.co.uk, or join the discussion on Twitter - @ClassicsDriven. To drive this car yourself, visit www.greatescapecars.co.uk, and follow them on Twitter - @ClassicCarsHire. Thanks to the brilliant composer Ross Bugden for the copyright free music used in the soundtrack. Please check out his YouTube channel, and follow him on Twitter - @RossBugden.