Modified Rear Bumpers


I always thought that the placement of the over-riders on MGBs was silly. They are always getting in the way of the fuel cap.  I finally realized that they are placed that far apart only so that they can straddle a long British license plate.  On this side of the pond, we don't have such enormous plates.

I weld up the original holes and place captive studs in the correct location to fit the original brackets.  I move the over-riders inboard and drill holes in a much more appealing spot. Then I have the bumpers professionally re-chromed.

Now, there is lots of space to get at the fill cap and I think the narrower spacing makes the car look longer and faster. Its all part of our attention to detail!

Bradley Restoration

Andrew Bradley, Proprietor

14093 Riverbend Rd.

Mount Vernon, WA 98273

(360) 848-6279