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  • MARKET TRENDS – CLASSIC STALWARTS

    MARKET TRENDS – CLASSIC STALWARTS

    Glenn Rowswell on 5th March 2018

    Having captured the hearts of millions, these cars proved difficult (if not impossible ) for their markers to replace. With such long and varied careers, the classic market has begun to embrace – and value them – accordingly. Never forgotten, some make better investments than others

  • ROAD TEST – 1981 MGB GT

    ROAD TEST – 1981 MGB GT

    Glenn Rowswell on 20th February 2018

    Classics World’s Jack Grover test drives and reviews the 1981 MGB GT…

  • RETRO CARS ADS – MGB

    RETRO CARS ADS – MGB

    Glenn Rowswell on 16th February 2018

    One of the best ways of giving the MGB some extra appeal in the USA back in the early ’Seventies was to major on the fact that it was no mass-produced offering. This particular advert pointed out that the MGB was “still built with a marvelous device called the human hand”.

  • ROAD TEST – MGB ROADSTER

    ROAD TEST – MGB ROADSTER

    Glenn Rowswell on 7th November 2017

    Classics World’s Paul Bussey test drives and reviews the MGB Roadster…

  • MGB ROADSTER RUBBER BUMPER BUYER’S GUIDE

    MGB ROADSTER RUBBER BUMPER BUYER’S GUIDE

    Glenn Rowswell on 25th September 2017

    While its chrome bumpered Forebear may be the poster child of the classic car hobby, the of maligned ‘rubber bumper’ MGB of 1974 onwards doesn’t enjoy quite the same level of adoration. The car gained its infamous safety bumpers...

  • RETRO ADS – MGB

    RETRO ADS – MGB

    Glenn Rowswell on 21st March 2017

    Published in late 1974 to commemorate MG’s 50th anniversary and to promote the company’s new black-bumper look to an American audience, this brochure played the heritage card more strongly than most. Each of the latest models was photographed with a…