I agree with you that the B is the greatest MG ever, but is the greatest same as the best?PatrickT said:I think it really has to be the B - not because it was a great car - I'm sure all who own one can attest to all of its many many faults, but because it truly is THE car that defines the marque in probably every country of the world. Let's face it - despite protestations from some on here about how great their MG Metro/Maestro/Montego is/was if it wasn't for the nostalgic bordering on fanatical following that the B has enjoyed from the day it came out there would be no MG today. It's the goodwill and warm inner glow that the B created that kept the brand alive and made it possible to resurrect the marque properly with the F. Without it MG woudl be as moribund as Morris, Riley, Triumph, Vanden Plas, Wolsley and all the other British brands that disappeared in the 70s. So for me you have to think beyond the engineering - the greatest ever MG has to be the B.
there was the Farina version in MK III and MK IV, but they were identical and not many could spot the difference between them... this, the ZA and ZB were definately the best.........smosquito said:Are all the Z's like that? Ohhh... Well, I'm sorry I said anything at all. Other than fantastic I mean! Still the A gets my vote.
But that might be a close second!