MG 18 Part 1 - Tearing down the engine
My buddy Josh swing buy and helps me start to tear apart the MG's 1800
inline 4 cylinder engine.
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Classic Car Reviews (CCR) Ep3 1967 MGB Mark I
We attend the 40th Anniversary of the Geelong MG Car Club and show the
great range of cars on display and road test a beautiful red 1967 MG-B Mark
Hosted and Produced by Grant Kurzman, Grant take's an honest approach to
reviewing each car on it's own merits.
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MGB GT Rebuild Timelapse
650+ hour (and hundreds of cups of tea) rebuild of my 78' MGB GT along with
some alpine shenanigans
MGB | Buyer's Guide
MG expert and author of "British Cars in America" Jonathan Stein tells you
what to look for when buying an MGB. For more visit http://www.hagerty.com
1968 MGB Roadster Test Drive in Sonoma Wine Country
Visit http://www.leftcoastclassics.com/1968-mgb-roadster/ to see this 1968
MGB Roadster for sale from Left Coast Classics in Sonoma California.
Solid 1968 MGB Roadster for sale, just one owner until a year ago. Owned
from new by a couple in the Bay area until purchased by my client earlier
this year. The original owner worked at an MG dealership. It was his
wife's car and only used for local drives in their home town. The car
starts; runs and drives beautifully with smooth shifting, tight suspension,
excellent brakes and clean running quiet motor with plenty of oil pressure.
Truly amazing to find such an original gem.
Incredibly original and unaltered, right down to the emissions equipment on
the engine. Lovingly cared for. The only modifications are period speakers
installed in the rear bulkhead and an electric cooling fan added to the
radiator. Drives with a tightness and originality that you don't find on
restored cars. Has had one repaint of it's original primrose on a razor
straight, absolute rust-free body. The wheels still bear the factory paint
and car has a vintage Amco convertible top. Frame bag is included. Nice
chrome, trim, glass and even the original leather in beautiful condition.
Also includes both original issue black license plates.
Take a look at all the details as well as full photo gallery at the link
above and then give me a call with your best offer.
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1974 MG Midget - Removing the Engine and Transmission
All of the pre-work is done by this time (removing fuel lines, distributor,
electrical, etc.). Then we disconnected the drive shaft (or as they say in
the old country - propeller shaft) at the rear differential and pulled the
front spline from the transmission removing the drive shaft from the rear.
Then we attached a chain to a hook that was already on the front of the
motor. Since there was no hook in the rear, we removed one of the
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World smallest V12 engine
Apparently the builder's name is Yesus Wilder and he only used three
materials to build the engine. Stainless steel, aluminum, and bronze.
All credits to him.
MGB engine bay refurb. Part 2
Location: CM workshop.
The finished MGB engine bay following blasting by Michael from Millar Soda
Blasting. Interview with Michael.