As it actually came earlier than the MGB it does look like some influences were either shared between the companies or some spying was going on both sides. A Triumph like front grille with the deep bezels for each single round headlight, round turn signal below, and dual fog lights attached to a shiny front bumper. A thin tasteful hood scoop helps the engine inhale, and a straight long hood makes its way back to a new NOS windscreen and surround. Gaps for steel panels are nicely aligned, all bathed in beautiful red paint, with just a few areas showing some fault in this otherwise deep paint. Just below the belt line is a thin chromed trim spear that runs from stem to stern. On the back, nice mid century modern inspired deep bezel round taillights cascade downward from the top of each rear quarter, which sports a small fin. These trios of taillights are flanking a pristine rear bumper with 2 vertical protective bars on either side of the license plate. Steel wheels in silver and polished dog dish style hubcaps are on all 4 corners. A note that the black canvas top has a new frame and a clear rear plastic window.