MGB GT engine looking good with some bling

Test fitting my new 1967 MGB GT engine

For those that have been reading this blog you know that the engine I'm installing in my 1967 MGB GT is not the original...
Towing an engineless MGB

My 1967 MGB GT moves to a new home

For the past 3 years my MGB GT has been living down in my barn. While the barn is a great man cave it...
Tough undercoating in the MGB GT trunk

Painting the MGB GT trunk area

This is another project that I really hadn't planned on doing this year but with the delay in getting my 1967 MGB GT back...
MGB GT new gas tank installed

MGB GT receives a gas tank transplant

Remember this beautiful water feature that I highlighted in MGB GT fuel tank update? I solved the problem of a gas spewing feature on my...
Restored MGB pedal box with new clutch and brake cylinders

Installing new brake and clutch master cylinders in the MGB GT

I'm so excited about having finished painting my MGB GT engine compartment that I started dropping parts into it today. First in is the...
Sandy beige 1967 MGB GT

I painted my MGB GT engine bay

I finally painted the engine compartment in my MGB GT. It's been a long time (I removed the engine two years ago!) but finally...
MGB GT front brake calipers on the BBQ

Painting MGB GT front brake calipers

I finally got around to painting my MGB front brake calipers and for good or bad painted them a boring silver. Even with the...
MGB flywheel resurfacing looks great

Resurfaced MGB 18V flywheel

I finally got around to having the MGB 18V flywheel resurfaced at a local shop. Initially I was going to be cheap and just...
2 coats of primer MGB Armstrong lever shock

I went crazy, and painted my MGB front shocks black

I just refurbished my warn out Armstrong lever shocks and the rebuild went well. You can read about this very exciting project at Refreshing...
Adding oil to the MGB Armstrong lever shock

Refreshing the MGB GT Armstrong hydraulic lever shocks Part 2

In Part 1 of Refreshing the MGB GT Armstrong hydraulic lever shocks I talked about taking apart the MGB Armstrong front shocks in order...