Thanks Paul. You made the right choice. Enjoy! Here's a picture of mine I took on a ride yesterday
From 2012 till 2017 I kept a bike in Europe for 8-10 week summer get a ways. Each year I'd join a group of about 40 riders mostly from the UK and Finland, (I was the sole American), for their annual 4-5 day of riding in the Alps. The guy/gals from the UK offen referred to themselves and others from the U K as Brits. Nope, they were not millennials, they were a bit more senor but not quit an old bugger like me. There was nut'n PC about any of that group and nut'n PC about me either. I have always and will always call it as I see it. Those that are offended are free to retreat to their safe space. 😁Not to me, but the PC crowd might think so these days, they get upperty about most things.
I was however joking though.
Unfortunately you bought a MGB at the wrong time, those models had the power taken out of them with all the immission problems etc plus by then it was BLMC and the management were not very intelligent. Later they decided to close the MG plant at Abbingdon and discontinue the whole range, saying that the American market wanted the Triumph TR7 the worst design ever made. Most likely by a chap with a white stick and a dog. (or is that non PC to say that sort of thing now).My previous ride probably weighed 750 lbs. The T120 @ 540 wet seemed pretty light. I expect many here are getting a little older now, (no disrespect meant) and not as strong as when we were young bucks. How about a new Panigale V4? I think sub-400 lbs. and 210hp?
I had a '77 MGB in BRG. I vowed I'd never own another Brit vehicle after that experience...lol. I did capitulate however when I bought the T120.