My first LBC was a '76 MGB in '78. Everyone was saying "I bet you wish you had
a chrome bumpered MG!", but truth be told, I loved that car. My only planned
mod was to lower the suspension. ( The car did get lowered, but it came back
up when the tree was lifted off. ) Even then, a lot of the chrome cars were
sagging. I guess a lot of them were year round drivers and the salt got to
> From: Mark Hineline <email@example.com>
> Guy, and all,
> I can understand why a Sprite owner would dismiss RB Midgets. But from
> the MG side of things, RB Midgets account for something like 2/5 of
> production, and more than a third of the Midgets still on the road (or
> available for sale).
. . .
> On Jan 4, 2006, at 1:35 AM, Guy R Day wrote:
> > I'm sorry if it upsets folk but I find the rubber bumper Midgets to be
> > an abomination of nature. <smile> A true product of the BL years.
> > <bigger smile>
> > Guy R Day
> > A-H Sprite MkIV