The 1971 MGB. It says more about you than you'd ever say about yourself.

The 1971 MGB. It says more about you than you'd ever say about yourself. When you drive a car, you drive a reflection of yourself. And, in the case of the 1971 MGB, its a reflec-tion of someone very spe-cial. Someone who knows cars as few do. Take the MGB's 1798 c.c. twin-carb engine. You know it delivers enough power to make it on thetrack. And yet if averages up to 25 mpg. And, begause the MGB has to meet the stringent de-mands of raping, its handling is impeccable. You get a full-synchronie.sh 4-speed gear-box, rack-and-pinion steering, heavy-duty suspen-sion, and even radial-ply tires. Everything it takes to take the meanest bend, swift-est turn, or the worst country road in stride. And, of course, you know what it means to have 10.75-inch disc brakes in front and 10-inch drums in back. It means you stop straight every time—no pulls, no swerves, no doubts. If you're impressed by substance, you'll be im-pressed by the 1971 MGB. The one that speaks for it-seif—and for you. For the name of your nearest Austin-MG dealer and information about overseas delivery, dial (800) 631-4299 except in New Jersey where the num-ber is (800) 962-2803. Galls are toll-free.

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