MGB Trim Panel Kits - Roadster Models 1968-1969 - 4 Synchro Pull Out Interior Door Handles

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£235.00 ex VAT£282.00 inc UK VAT
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Out of stock, expected soon May 13, 2021. Add to cart and Back Order
£235.00 ex VAT£282.00 inc UK VAT
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Usually in stock at our supplier, allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery
£235.00 ex VAT£282.00 inc UK VAT
Quantity
Usually in stock at our supplier, allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery
£235.00 ex VAT£282.00 inc UK VAT
Quantity
Usually in stock at our supplier, allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery
£235.00 ex VAT£282.00 inc UK VAT
Quantity
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Product Description

MGB Trim Panel Kits - Roadster Models 1968-1969 - 4 Synchro Pull Out Interior Door Handles
7 piece trim panel kits for the Roadster include a pair of footwell liners, a pair of Door liners, a pair of wheelarch liners and a rear cockpit liner.<br />Our interior trim in manufactured in the UK to the highest spec using the original colours and grains. Skilfully crafted using traditional production methods.<br />Popular trim colours are normally in stock. Non-stocked trim is usually available with a 6-8 week lead time, so please plan ahead if contemplating a partial or full re-trim of your MGB.

Review: T. Swagger Submitted: 05/04/2021

Overall5 out of 5 stars.

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I have the original interior panels for my 1968 MGB. They are in fairly good shape with some minor cleaning and repair needed. I recently restored the seats using a new cover diaphragm and foam kit. Also I did sanding priming and painting of the seat frames. The red piping is faded on my interior panels and the black is not as black as it was over 50 years ago. The seats and carpet are new. The dash pad (American style Abingdon Pillow) is new. The paint will be new. And all the brightwork is new or refinished. These panels could be repaired to look like new or I could just buy new ones from Rimmer Brothers. So I did buy new ones and I am VERY happy!!! The new panels look perfect! They fit perfect! They match perfectly with the newly covered seats! I enthusiastically recommend these to anyone looking to make their old MGB look like new!!! Most of the time I try to reuse or refurbish as many original parts as possible. I have a constantly growing list of things to do on my four British Leyland cars and then suddenly there is an unexpected addition of a fifth car to my fleet. We recently purchased a decently running 1979 MG Midget with two previous owners, a bunch of minor repairs needed, and a terrible amateur paint job. The Midget is primarily the Wife’s car, and so I am dividing my already stretched time and effort towards getting the Midget done and presentable as quickly as possible while juggling the four other cars. Someday I’ll run out of restoration projects and I will be able to unpack those old MGB panels and restore them properly for fun, but for now, this was money well spent and well worth it!