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Does anyone know if MG made like a new version of the BGT?

Saw a stonkingly good looking motor today, but it was only a few years old, was a 2 seater sports car, but not an F or TF, looking like a new version of a BGT!!!

Anyone?

Steve
 

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There was nothing like the BGT made since the original BGT went out of production at the end of the 1970’s.
 

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It was the GT bit that stopped me thinking you meant the RV8.

RV8 is a real Marmite car you either love it or hate it.
 

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Chris T said:
It was the GT bit that stopped me thinking you meant the RV8.

RV8 is a real Marmite car you either love it or hate it.
I love it....they look great..(but then I like Marmite)...... they have a rust problem around the windsreen..but they hold their value amazingly well
 

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stevedx said:
Does anyone know if MG made like a new version of the BGT?

Saw a stonkingly good looking motor today, but it was only a few years old, was a 2 seater sports car, but not an F or TF, looking like a new version of a BGT!!!

Anyone?

Steve


I think you will find that just as some Civics were converted to create Rover 45 Aerodecks you saw a MGB GT that had been created using MG RV8 Components. I'm sure I saw one in a magazine a while back.
 
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