1964 MG B racer
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an former SCCA E Production racer we purchased as a potential historic race project. Nice car. Looks like it has new sills and floors...whatever, no rust and a nice straight body.
Race stuff: thicker front sway bar, roll bar (with SCCA tech stickers), ATL fuel cell, rev limiter, oil cooler with Aeroquip lines (nicely mounted under the grille to allow maximum air to flow through the radiator), racing screen, racing bucket seats and a nicely prepared 'race' dash.
We got the car with an engine....of unknown specification. A quick examination turned up high compression forged pistons and a gas flowed head. So, yes, a real competition engine in need of disassembly and rebuild. Which we can do for a new owner.
Car comes with a trans and can be supplied with a 45 DCOE Weber and intake manifold and a set of racing headers. Really everything necessary to get this car back on the track.
Photos have not yet been posted BUT we have improved this car by adding the stronger 'tube type' back axle with bold on hubs, a fairly new set of 6" wide Minilite style light alloy wheels, radials suitable for vintage/historic racing use. MUCH better now.
Sold 'as is' and a buyer has the option (NOT the obligation) of contracting us to finish the project, would make a nice 'budget' racer and easily fitted out for pure street or dual purpose use. 'Whatever' is the choice of its next owner...but, whatever, its a nice starting point.
Always an issue with any race car but especially a 'budget' car is 'what is inside the engine?' With this car, most car be seen....and the new owner can be involved with the process of preparing an engine to meet his race needs and budget.