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Queen B

This issue’s Queen B is the 1980 MGB L.E. of Thomas Dahlfors. Here is his story:

Just a little about me – thirty years ago I rebuilt my first British car, a ’61 TR3. After selling that car (wish I hadn’t), I bought my first MG, a 1974 British racing green MGB. Then I upgraded to a 1978 British racing green B. Then lastly in 1992, I bought from his 1980 MGB L.E. with 600 miles on it. It still smelled new!

As a retired school administrator, I finally sold my last horse and am converting my barn into a garage as there is less daily clean-up.

I recently acquired a 1953 MG T and have been doing some work on the MGB.

Your publication, the Octagon, is superb – the technical hints and tips are just what I can use.

I am a member of three other MG clubs but from what I have heard, the American MGB Association is really the tops for MG owners.

Editor’s Note: Thanks for the kind words and hope you enjoy your car being featured.