One of the 2591 original V8s, Chassis number starting on GD2D1.
In my opinion a "Stock" MGB including the V8 feels a bit tired when driving it, this car feels fresh and ready for sport type driving, Track use or cruising, it has potential for it all !
Even though the engine is a bit uprated with cylinder head work etc, it still goes so nice a quiet even at 800 rpm.
160BHP, 278NM full balanced Rover V8 Alloy engine, Stainless steel manifolds, Quaife LSD, Full race anti rollbar kit, Negative camber wishbones, Panhard rod, Anti Tramp bars, Willwood front brakes alloy calipers, 7x15 alloy wheels with Toyo tyres, Sebring spoiler front and rear, Fiberglass front wings, Safety foam filled tank, Safety Devices full roll cage, bucket seats etc.
Full running Race/Road car, Danish V5 !
Fast and reliable car, front runner on the track, and lovely car for the road use aswell.
A historic race car for most of its time, starting life as a historic rally car, campaigned by Gordon Howie (old FIVA papers included not FIA). Latterly bought by Barrie "Whizzo" Williams and subsequently .....
This vehicle has been uprated in a number of areas including improved suspension and brakes, roll cage, seats and six point harnesses. Engine has been subject to improvements with a stainless steel exhaust. .....
MGB GT V8 Costello Racing Car
Purchased from Garry Heath, this GT started life as an Abingdon-built 1800cc MGB GT in April 1971. It was sold by the dealer John C. Beadle in Dartford to the first of .....