Hmm, a sectioned MGA would not have the same novelty value. At least, I
would think that it was the innovative unibody construction of the MGB which
inspired this display.
on 1/6/12 4:24 PM, David Breneman at email@example.com wrote:
> From: Paul Hunt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Last November Bob
> Muenchausen in America wondered if it would be possible to
>> get a series of
> close-ups of the sectioned MGB at Gaydon, to show some of the
>> many hidden
> assembly secrets as well as for interest. As I live just
>> half-an-hour from
> the museum I contacted the curator, Stephen Lang, and
>> obtained his blessing.
> The results can be found at
>> http://www.mgb-stuff.org.uk/cutaway.htm and
> That is amazing. There's a
> similarly cut-up MGA somewhere.
> Was it made for a car show?
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