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This MGB GT in Ohio features a reverse hood scoop for 2.8 4bbl. Custom cooling has also been added.
Not much is known about how this car is coming along. Ralph, if you’re out there send us an update!
2.8 and blower – future project. Head was done by friend, Todd MCKenzie. Todd only works on custom cylinder heads. He has several NHRA records.
Todd has also worked heads for salt flats, SCCA, Sprintcars, etc.
1967 MGB-GT V6 conversion: This car features a 2.8L engine, 5-speed transmission, front coil-over suspension and an Improved Touring brake kit. The wood dash features AutoMeter gauges (electronic programmable speedometer, tachometer, voltmeter and clock). Interior conveniences include power windows and door locks. Out back is a stainless muffler and a Ford 8-inch rear axle with 3:55:1 gears. New paint, interior, wheels and tires compete the package.
1975 MGB waiting for 3.4. (at left: 1974 MGB with 3.4). This car features a Holley carb, custom built T5, stock rear end, coil over front end, and 5-spoke wheels.
Bill Guzman’s MGB V6 has seen a few different set-ups. The current features a Classic Conversions Crate GM 3.4 liter V6 swap, 1.6 roller rocker arms, custom Demon carburetor, and cold air intake, big fuel tank; modified hardtop, wheel flares, 1990 Ford Mustang posi-traction 3:55:1 ratio with disc brakes, coil-over front end, 5 lug hubs, big brake kit, 4-link rear suspension, power windows and locks, and a GM Master Cylinder.