Thanks for the kind words! I think the backdating of the bumpers and grill is a HUGE improvement over the big rubber bumpers that originally came on the car, gives it a more classic and traditional look, that's for sure. All the gauges work like they're supposed to, even the clock. I might replace the black spark plug wires with some red or gray ones, just to give the engine compartment some color, and emphasize it has 8 cylinders! I liked that this one has a Rover V8, to me it helps to retain it's "Britishness", as opposed to one with a small-block Ford or Chevy engine. I've taken it to some cars & coffee events and cruise-ins, and it's gotten lots of compliments, once the shock of noticing it has a V8 with MG valve covers wears off, lol!By the way, that's far more beautiful and traditional looking than the American version of the fat rubber bumper MG's of that Era.
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