Suspension: Larger sway bars and uprated lever shocks lowered
Brakes: EBC and drilled rotors, converted to manual brakes all new
Tires: 195/60 15 on Minilites
Exhaust: 3-2-1 SS header to large bore pipe
Other: Mainly head and cam
Seats: 62 Buckets
Steering Wheel: Wood
Noise & Heat Insulation: Added some aftermarket
Body Mods: Sebring bumper look, no rubber
Paint: Bright Red
Wheels: Minilite style (11.5lbs)
Lights: H4 upgraded
Audio & Electronics
1976 MGB backdated to look and perform as earlier model. For non MG owners this means: remove rubber bumpers, lower, dual carbs, bigger cam, header and large bore exhaust, retro seats and minilite style rims.
History of this Vehicle
Sleeved block without a step (MG factory did this as R&R during manufactoring)..they don’t build them like they used to and that isn’t all bad. She had a cracked head, destroyed thrust bearings and therefore out of spec crank and shocking a flat cam! Otherwise a solid little car.
Plans for this Vehicle
My only finished project if there are any such things. Until she blows up and then it’ll probably go V8 next time as the last go around on the 4 was a lot more cost than I imagined going into her.