My MGB GT lives in this snow covered barn

MGB GT parts on the workshop table

While we don't get really cold weather where I live we do get weather. Yesterday it actually snowed. My MGB GT lives out in...
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...
MGB GT 1967 Ash Tray

Why am I restoring an MGB GT ashtray?

You gotta wonder what the planets are aligned like at this moment. I just pulled the ashtray out of my 1967 MGB GT cool...
MGB oil pump in 18V engine

Installing the MGB oil pump

Installing the MGB GT oil pump is pretty straight forward. My pump was in pieces after cleaning and inspection and I decided to just...
MGB heater matrix

Removing the MGB GT heater box PART 2

In Removing the MGB GT heater box PART 1 I removed the interior heater vent pipes and the control knob and cable. That was...
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...
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...
Lots of Rust-Oleum and Tremclad paint cans

I should buy shares in the Rust-Oleum company

I've spent the past few weeks painting many MGB parts and going through many cans of spray paint. While I realize that spraying using...
Moss Motors parts - Christmas in March

New MGB parts are here

Spring is coming and in anticipation of getting the GT running well and fixing lots of minor problems I ordered a selection of parts...
A very cool Michelin Man key chain

Opening the glove box Part 2

Item number 1 from the MGB GT glove box (Yeah, I know this is part 2 but stick with me). Now this is really...