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'73 B of Steve Perkins from Franklin, Tennessee
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'73 B of Steve Perkins from Franklin, Tennessee

An American MGB Association Queen B is the '73 B roadster of Steve Perkins from Franklin, Tennessee. Here is the story:

Some of my Nashville British Car Club fellow members have a nice assortment of British Sports Cars in their garages which always include the MGBs. Not having the room or the funds I have only one BUT my 1973 MGB named Ruby goes from a 100% authentic vintage Roadster to a " historic rendition" of a Street Legal Race Car depending on her frame of mind and the weather. I do attend our local Cars and Coffee Vintage Car Event most Saturdays. When Ruby is in her "pretty Barbie Doll like" convertible costume the young girls line up to sit behind the wheel with their girl friend passenger. When she shows up as the Rally Race Car with window protection nets, etc. the teenage boys take a lot of interest.

It only takes about 20 minutes to do the switch including the custom racing knockoffs.

I do enjoy Ruby with the Split Personality.

'73 B of Steve Perkins from Franklin, Tennessee '73 B of Steve Perkins from Franklin, Tennessee '73 B of Steve Perkins from Franklin, Tennessee '73 B of Steve Perkins from Franklin, Tennessee



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