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MG MGB 1965The MG MGB is a car that was made by MG from 1962 through 1980. MG was a British manufacturer of sports cars that was founded in the 1920s. The letters stand for Morris Garages, the origin of the car company in Oxford. The now defunct manufacturer was long known for sporty little two-seaters that helped ignite enthusiasm for sports cars in the U.S. and elsewhere.

For 18 years, MG produced the MGB model with very minimal changes, a testament to its popular design. It replaced the MGA in 1962, which was the first sports car to be produced in numbers over 100,000. MG introduced the B as a roadster with a four-cylinder engine. By 1965, a 2 + 2 coupe was also available.

The Car Collection Of The Sultan Of Brunei

Hassanal Bolkiah, otherwise known as the Sultan of Brunei, has many great accomplishments under his belt. He was knighted by the Queen of England, has various honorary degrees including a Doctor of Law from Oxford, and has even been declared an Honorary Admiral of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. Despite all these prestigious feathers in his cap, one of the things he is best known for is his extensive and extravagant car collection. Many would say it is the finest car collection in the world, and we are going to take a look at some of the best of the best that his garage has to offer.