MGB 18V engine crankshaft with light scoring

Opening another MGB GT engine can of worms

I decided to hone the cylinders on both the 1967 MGB 18GB engine as well as the 1972 MGB 18V engine. The 18GB engine...
Using the socket valve spring compressor

Removing the double valve springs on my MGB GT cylinder head

I've been trying to remove the double valve springs on my original MGB head for a few months now although not very seriously as...
MGB GT hanging from the barn rafters

1967 MGB GT restoration

A few photos of what my 1967 MGB GT looks like down in the barn. The car is still hanging from the rafters making...
MGB GT 4-synchro gearbox

My MGB GT now has a 4-synchro gearbox

This is something I wasn't planning on but I came across what looks like a very clean 4-synchro gearbox locally. Check it out below...
Fender ledge rust on driver side of MGB GT

Scary rust in the MGB

There is one area on my GT that has me a little concerned. There is a ledge close to the top of the front...
MGB jacking point after wire brush treatment

Cleaning the MGB GT undercarriage

The MGB GT undercarriage and the fender areas were well undercoated at some point with a very hard substance that is almost impossible to...
Plywood and 2x4 support structure

Redneck MGB GT car lift

I don't expect many rednecks own MGB's (well maybe!) but this project looks like something a redneck MGB owner might do. Does this make...
1967 MGB GT transmission tunnel looking up towards gearshift lever area

Cleaning the MGB GT transmission tunnel

This must be one of the ugliest jobs you can do while lying under your MG on a creeper but it does need to...
Filler primer in the MGB GT engine compartment

Spraying primer is more fun than media blasting

I've been working on cleaning up the MGB GT engine compartment with glass media blasting, a brass wire grinding wheel and lots of sandpaper....
Media blasted MGB motor mounts

Blasting the MGB engine compartment is fun

Having masked off the 1967 MGB GT engine compartment completely (maybe!) it was time to media blast. This is something I have always wanted...