The MG dervied it's name when the company was started in the 1920's. It was named after the Morris Garage.
Since the beginning there were numerous model lines starting in the 30's with the MG-TA, MG-TB, MG-TD, MG-TF followed by the MGA and MGB and then the Midget.
Horsepower for the MG began with the a 57 HP engine up to the 95HP on the MGB.
SU Carburetors were used on the MG's.
An overdrive 4 speed transmission and front disc brakes along with two six volt batteries were all part of the package.
1972 MGB Frame Off Restoration. Body was completely disassembled, engine overhauled, fabrication completed on the body to remove rusted areas. Underside of body, trunk and passenger compartment coated. All the parts are sand blasted and powdered coated before reinstalling.
This 1972 MGB is coming along. Paint is completed, engine is running, all the wiring is installed, bumpers are installed, tail lights, back up lights and marker lights are all working. We are sanding blasting the rostyle wheels and powder coating them to match the original color scheme. The head lights are upgrade to higher output lights. The grill was not available so we removed the dents and poshlished and repainted. All the bumper brackets were sand blasted and powder coated. The air conditioning box is set in the fire wall and we only lack the hoses.
The old dash was stripped and we reglued the new dash on the old metal. The Smith gages were all refurbished and new switches installed.
The interior was replace with new carpet, seat covers, door panels, trunk carpet and dash.
A sound system was added with a sub installed in the trunk, and two mid range speakers behind the seats with another set of speakers in the kick panel.
The gages were rebuilt and installed in a new dash pad.
A new top was installed and the existing tonneau cover got new zippers.