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...
MGB Armstrong lever shock low oil

Refreshing the MGB GT Armstrong hydraulic lever shocks

The MGB Armstrong hydraulic lever shocks are one part that I imagine doesn't tend to get the maintenance they really require. In reality all...
MGB GT front brake caliper

Restoring the MGB GT front brake calipers

This is one of the jobs I've been putting off for some reason, perhaps because it will be a dirty one. At the same...
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Installing a windshield in your MGB GT

I've been playing with the idea of pulling my 1967 MGB GT's windshield out to replace the old hard rubber seal but keep on...
MGB GT car parts

1967 MGB GT restoration update

Not much has happened with my 1967 MGB GT restoration the past few months due to being away in lovely San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico. Now...
New MGB V8 bushings installed

Rebuilding the MGB GT front suspension

It's been about 18 months since I removed the front suspension from my MGB GT. While I really hadn't planned on it being this...
19 degree cam on Lucas 25D distributor

What year was your Lucas 25D distributor made?

It's always good to learn something and today I learned what year my two Lucas 25D distributors were made. It's not very exciting but...
Lucas 25D distributor

It’s time to restore my MGB distributor

I'm not sure why I've been putting this off but the time has come... restore the dreaded Lucas distributor from my MGB GT. I...
MGB GT carburetor throttle spring location

My carburetors look so good I have to share them again

I promised not to show a photo of my SU HS4 carburetors for a while. But... as I won't be installing the MG carburetors...
Restored SU HS4 carburetor

My MGB GT carburetors are finished

I know you're sick of hearing about my MGB SU carburetors and fortunately for you I've completed the job of rebuilding them. Amazingly enough...