written by Anders Ditlev Clausager, photos by John Colley, 152 pages with 265 coloured illustrations: 295 x 225 mm, binding: hardcover, language: German
MG MGB, MGC, V8
The MGB, the epitome of the classic British sports car, has attracted a huge following throughout the world because of its down-to-earth blend of clean looks, reasonable performance, good practicality and decent road manners. True to MG tradition, it captured the hearts of enthusiasts from the start, in 1962, with its good-natured, charming and forgiving character. It went on to become the all-time best-selling British sports car, its appeal broadenings with the arrival of a fixed-head GT version in 1965, the six-cylinder MGC in 1967, and the MGB GT V8 in 1973. And today, with classic status assured, the MGB remains as popular as ever.
|Subtitle||GT & Roadster|
|Author||Anders Ditlev Clausager|
|Format||232 mm x 302 mm|
|Blurb||MGB: Inbegriff des britischen Sportwagens und beliebtester Brit-Klassiker in Deutschland. Das Standardwerk beschreibt detailliert alle Versionen und alle Motorisierungen.|