Roger is looking for his former GT which he restored in the 70s/80s:
A little insight to my ownership: I purchased the car as an MoT failure. The owner lived in the village of Inkberrow and it was in a very sad state!
The usual areas needed attention: sills and body along with running gear and top end engine overhaul. The car was in a silver/goldish period standard colour.
After many months working on the car, with much help especially from the Club team and John Hill from Redditch, the motor with my personal “touch” was ready for the road. Snowberry White with soft brown carpets and Cobra sports seats, webasto sunroof and external decals from America all of which I think made the motor quite distinctive and stand out.
Sadly the MGB had to make way for a larger motor due to a growing family, it was taken in part exchange against a new motor supplied by the famous motorcycle racer Percy Tait. Percy had a local garage franchise for cars and bikes in Alcester. Sadly for me the car looked brilliant in his showroom under the spotlights.
I have tried the usual searches. Perhaps it’s a long shot but fingers crossed it may be sat somewhere in a field a shed or a garage, perhaps in one piece. The current owner may be interested in making contact. I have quite a lot of photos which he or her may like to view share over a pint or two!
Now in my retirement I have rejoined the MG Car Club. I’ve found a very tidy MGB GT LE and look forward to many hours working on her in my ‘man shed’.
If you can help Please contact Andrew Vigor the MGB Registrar