1967 MGB GT - For Sale
Offered for sale is this classic British sports car. Look for it on NH
Craigslist and/or eBay. The 1967 model year is renowned as THE best year
for the MGB. This blue beauty is a great 'drive & restore' example.
MGB-GT Engine run
Here is my '69 MGB-GT being warmed-up since it sits in the garage most of
MGB chasing black ferrari
Charity day at castle combe. Ferreri driver cant handle an MGB being faster. On seeing the MGB about to
overtake he suddenly dives into the pit lane. Makes me Laugh! Had my
friends 8 year old son in the car he thought it was great. Well done Ben.
Test Driving the MGB V6 3.4L Conversion - Classic British Sports Car v6 + v8 Engine Swaps
1973 MGB GT with 1995 Camaro 3.4L V6 'L32' motor and
gearbox conversion built by BMC British Automobile,LLC.
This car has a GM 3.42 Limited Slip disc brake rear end, Wilwood brakes on
rear axle by BMC, Classic Conversions Eng. (CCE) Mounting kit and headers,
FAST CARS front suspension and brakes, composite rear springs, tube shocks,
panhard rod and anti-tramp by Doug Jackson and far more than we're willing
to admit. 0-60 MPH times approximately between 5.5 and 6.5 seconds- it has
not been officially timed but these conversions have no problem in the
passing lane going uphill in the mountains.
Filming and editing by: Zeezy
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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.
MGB GT V8
Just back after rebuild. Very happy to be back out on track. 2nd on first
MGB GT quest
Is it too much to ask for a decent MGB GT under TVR money? Apparently
Music - 'Fire on the banjo' by Carl Story & His Rambling Mountaineers (this
is from the LP 'Banjo Jamboree' and is the speed it was on the album. I'm
sure they speeded it up)
MGB GT MKI 1966 FOR SALE - The real British Sports Car
My MGB GT is great, but is only one of my beloved Oldies. It has to go.
Built in 1966, restored in 2001, imported to Germany in 2008, had a recent
update on nearly all features - runs very well and looks great. Incl. lots
of history! A bargain for everybody who knows what a real sports car has to
be like! Further details via contact button.