Pirelli Cinturato tire

MGB GT receives new 165HR14 Pirelli Cinturato tires

The MGB GT originally left the factory on 165HR14 Pirelli Cinturato tires. This first set lasted about 12,500 miles (The note on the receipt...
The great looking original wire wheels on my 1967 MG MGB GT

Wire wheel parts for the MG MGB GT

I just discovered earlier today a small package that was tucked away with the original jack and knock off wheel wrenches. This package didn't...
Peter Satori Pasadena license plate frame from 1968 before repainting

Peter Satori Pasadena license plate frame

If you wanted to buy a fancy British car in Southern California in the 60's and 70's you likely ended up at Peter Satori...
1967 MGB GT California rear license plate

Original MGB GT California license plates

I knew I had these original California license plates in my office and finally found them tonight. What's interesting is that they have 1963...

MGB – The Movie

Forget Star Wars, everybody has seen it and it's not reality. Nothing on TV? Have I got a deal for you. What do do instead?...
Florida Suncoast MG Car Club enamel car emblem

Cool MG collectibles

I'm in the process of downsizing right now and my new passion for the MGB GT is already taking up too much space. But...
Loaded MG cars at Abington Station in the mid 1960's

Moving MG’s from Abington Station to the docks at Southhampton by train

After MG's were made in the factory in Abington they were loaded on trains to be taken to the dock for shipping. This first...
250,000 MG MGB is a GT, very cool.

250,000th MG MGB made was an MGB GT

A grand total of 512,112 MGB tourers and MGB GTs were made during the production from 1962 to 1980. That's a lot of cars...
MGB GTs at the Columbia River Classic & British Field Meet in Portland

MGB GTs by the dozen

What's better than seeing one MGB GT parked somewhere during your travels? How about a dozen of them? This is the lineup at the...
BMC Your Passport to Service cover

BMC Your Passport to Service

This is a cool little service book you got when you bought an MGB in the 60's. At some point I'll have to scan...