I can’t believe it! After getting back from my winter holidays I pulled my MGB GT out of the barn and worked on it for a few days, Then, I had to head down to Seattle so I put the MG in  a very temporary but what I hoped would be safe structure.

Temporary structure covering my 1967 MGB GT
Temporary structure covering my 1967 MGB GT

Was I ever wrong, the rain came, the winds came, and fortunately my neighbor came to rescue the car. My temporary structure collapsed under the weight of water and landed on the MG. My wife says no damage but when I get home, ughhh! a crease in the right front fender. I’m bummed! This is the only real body damage on the car.

Damage on the right front fender of my MGB GT
Damage on the right front fender of my MGB GT

Oh well, it’s only a material possession!

1 COMMENT

  1. Hi Kevin,
    Welcome to the wonderful world of MGs. It can be very frustrating and costly to renovate an old MG for sure. If you aren’t already using the MG Experience website, you should do so ASAP. You can find parts and help, and it’s nice to share information with other MG masochists. Plus, the website originates in your country. (you are in BC, eh?)

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