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MGF panels back in production

Published 29 July 2014

British Motor Heritage, the company best known for its replacement panels and bodyshells for many of today’s most popular classic cars, has announced the availability of crucial new MGF parts – all of them produced using original Rover Group presses.

Biggest additions to the BMH line-up are both nearside and offside rear wings for the MGF, priced at a competitive £195 each including VAT, with sills also now available at £78.41 each. Quality is assured thanks to the use of ex-factory tooling.

The large rear wing sections can be used in full or cut down to fit any partial repairs being undertaken on rusty or accident damaged MGFs. All items are available from BMH-approved stockists throughout the UK, a full list of which is available at www.bmh-ltd.com.

BMH was established in 1975 and now offers a wide range of original-quality body panels for ex-BMC and British Leyland classics. To date it has also built more than 6000 replacement bodyshells for the MGB, MGR V8, Midget, Triumph TR6 and classic Mini, details of which can also be found via the website.

The extra availability of original-spec panels will be welcomed by fans of the mid-engined MGF, and should help to prevent damaged cars from being scrapped. The MGF currently offers the best value on the classic MG sports car scene, with prices starting from around £1000 for well-presented examples.

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