We turned our previously orange, then red MGB GT into a James Bond style silver. There must have been about 20 kilograms of body-filler before we started, then another 20 kilograms after we'd finished!
We then tidied up the interior with new carpets & a new stereo, then I added a cool keyless entry alarm system (hence the missing keyholes on the doors).
Turned out pretty good.
MGB GT Rebuild Timelapse
650+ hour (and hundreds of cups of tea) rebuild of my 78' MGB GT along with
some alpine shenanigans
Mikes New 1974 MG B-GT
Mike's work helped mike out with getting this beast, and he's been putting
a good deal of work into the thing. Painting alot of the stuff to look
nice, about 3 or 4 fuel pumps now if i remember right.
Glenns MG Repair MGB Rotiserie Restoration
This 1970 MGB was a family treasure that suffered from severe rust. This
details the before and after conditons and highlights the process of bring
the car back to :better than new" condition.
1973 MGB Restoration
This is a mainly cosmetic restoration on a 1973 MGB. The car was presented
to the owner during a recent birthday celebration. He has not driven it in
20 years, and did not realize it was being done.
MGB Big Bore exhaust sound
My newly fitted Big Bore racing Exhaust fitted to my 1.8L MGB roadster, i am
currently doing a Sebring conversion on it which is why the bumpers are off
(HD) EP: MG B GT Overdrive 1974 - Giro di prova - Test Drive - Probefahrt - Prueba de manejo
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Recently we came across this beautiful MG B GT Overdrive 1974 at The
Gallery in Brummen, The Netherlands. This classic car dealer is one of the
largest in the world. We took the car for a little spin! We love to hear
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The MGB is a sports car launched by MG Cars in May 1962 to replace the MGA.
Introduced as a four-cylinder roadster, a coupé with 2+2 seating was added
in 1965. The six-cylinder MGC debuted in 1967; a later derivative fitted
with the Buick-based Rover V8 was made from 1973 to 1976.
MGB/MGC production continued until October 1980 variously by the British
Motor Corporation and its successors, British Motor Holdings and British
Leyland Motor Corporation.