Special Edition: The Herrington MG BGT

Special Edition: The Herrington MG BGT

This Blaze Red MGB GT began its life as the “familiarization” car for the 1967 running of the 12 Hours of Sebring. Sister car to LBL 591E, the Herrington MGB was prepared by BMC USA as a practice car for Hopkirk and Hedges while their works car was shipped over from Abingdon.


The car was then “gifted” to Herrington Motors, an import shop in Warwick, NY. Run by privateer Bill Herrington, he transformed the car into the “Herrington MG-B” and continued to race it until entering it in the 1970 Sebring 12-hr, where it had a spectacular crash (everyone walked away! Thank goodness). The crash was caught and replayed on ABC's Wild World of Sports.




  • Listing is for print only, frame is not included
  • Print measures 11" tall x 17" wide 
  • Digitally rendered graphic profile
  • Giclee print on archival matte paper
  • Rolled and shipped in protective tubes
  • Worldwide shipping available



This series of graphic design prints were based off The Monochrome Series collection of shirts. I originally came up with the shirt designs while planning our wedding. As a gift to my groomsmen and close friends I wanted to create shirts personalized with their favorite cars. Each car is unique with its own personality and quirks, just like the people who love them.



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