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1967 MGB GT. Old English White, red leather, wire wheels. No overdrive, but a perfect candidate for a 5-speed transmission upgrade. It's out in San Diego, where I go in less than a month...





Someone please save me from my obsession with little British cars! Why can't I lust after a normal car...like, say, a 1968 Saab Monte Carlo...
 

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So are you getting it or just lusting after it??
 

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mate u yankies have so many old cool muscle cars and u want that lol
nah seriously if thats what u liek go for it
cheers
 

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10kpharo said:
1967 MGB GT. Old English White, red leather, wire wheels. No overdrive, but a perfect candidate for a 5-speed transmission upgrade. It's out in San Diego, where I go in less than a month...





Someone please save me from my obsession with little British cars! Why can't I lust after a normal car...like, say, a 1968 Saab Monte Carlo...
Lovely example. The chrome bumper models are infinitely better looking than the later rubber bumper models.

Now if it was the V8 version you'd have something very special.

I share your passion, but for big Yankee muscle cars! Wanna swap countries? :lol:
 

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i'll stick to the big yankee muscle cars as well, hopefully one day will own a mid 60's to early 70's mustang, but right now raising kiddos top priority.
 

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What is the model designation of that mustang, which Steve McQuenn got to drive ?. This would be in context of the movie titled as " BULLIT". :)
 

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10kpharo said:
1967 MGB GT. Old English White, red leather, wire wheels. No overdrive, but a perfect candidate for a 5-speed transmission upgrade. It's out in San Diego, where I go in less than a month...
I'll warm up the soldering iron. When do I install the stereo?

:lol:
 

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What is the model designation of that mustang, which Steve McQuenn got to drive ?. This would be in context of the movie titled as " BULLIT". :)
1968 Ford Mustang 390 GT Fastback.
 

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10kpharo said:
1967 MGB GT. Old English White, red leather, wire wheels. No overdrive, but a perfect candidate for a 5-speed transmission upgrade. It's out in San Diego, where I go in less than a month...





Someone please save me from my obsession with little British cars! Why can't I lust after a normal car...like, say, a 1968 Saab Monte Carlo...
Or a Saab Sonnet...I know, it somewhat more pedestrian. :roll:
 

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I hope my bro-in-law picks it up before Tom sees it.
 
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