Huh, it seems to be sitting on the bonnet (whatever for?).
This was probably considered a cool item before the factory came out with
its own GT version, then that probably killed sales. If their timing was bad
enough (i.e. released only months before the BGT) it could be pretty rare.
The good thing is, it would help the roadster approximate the shape of a
You should buy this thing just on principle. Somebody must want it... it's
just the thing for long winter journeys -- keeps the luggage dry instead of
all exposed on the bootlid rack.
on 6/6/01 4:19 PM, Larry Hoy at email@example.com wrote:
> I came across this fastback style hardtop today [see url below]. It is
> fiberglass, it
> requires the removal of the rear trunk lid. It gives a MGB roadster the look
> of a Triumph
> The picture shows the top sitting on a car but it is sitting on another piece
> of sheet metal
> so what you are looking at may not be very "clear".
> Has anyone ever seen one before?
> Any pictures of an MG with one on?
> Any clues as to origin would be great.
> Larry Hoy
> Plan on attending the 49th Annual Glenwood Rallye
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the red one with the silver bootlid.
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