This MGB was built to have lots of fun with eather for track-racing or for demanding historic regularity rallies. As a starting base, a sound 1964 roadster (chassis GHN3L 10549) was upgraded will following improvements: - Oselli prepared engine developping now a healthy 142 HP. - Aluminium radiator for improved cooling. - Gear driven starter engine for overcoming easily high compression in combustion chambers. - Choice of 2 carburettor set-ups: 1 double 45 Weber or 2 HD8 SU's. - Full flow exhaust. - Foam filled fuel tank with big 'Monza'-style filler cap. - Limitid slip differential (50%) in rear axle. Choice of 2 crownwheel & pinion sets: short & long. - Close ratio gearbox - Reinforced overdrive on 3-rd and 4-th. - Bigger anti-roll stabilisator on front suspension. - Special king pins allowing 3° neg. camber. - Rally specification shock absorbers at front. - Adjustable Spax telescopic shockabsorbers at rear. - 2 sets of Minilite wheels: 1 for racing and 1 for rallying. - Front spoiler in aluminium with cooling ducts for front brakes. - Plexi covered headlights. - Full interior roll cage and racing harness. - Twin tripmaster. - Period racing seats. - Cibié Oscar spotlights. - Factory hard-top with competition aeration vent. - Alu paneling on body. - Plexi windows. - Minimal interior trim. - All traditionnal safety adaptations. - Etc, etc... Most of the important mechanical upgrades were executed by the well reputed MG competition specialists in the UK: Brown & Gammons. 15 years of regular competition use (Spa-Francorchamps, Ieper Rally, etc...) by historic competition enthusiasts with a lot of experience have resulted in this fantastic MGB which can only be described as well sorted (come and test her!) and with great detailed presentation in dark British racing green, white hard-top and black trim.
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