from a restored 1969 BGT with new panels, a 3.9 litre V8 and a Viper "Cyclone"
camshaft, hotwire fuel injection and an Optimax chip, R380 gearbox, Hoyle suspension
upgrades, cruise control, grey upholstery with leather trim and elm burr dash.
MGBGTV8 with Sebring Bodywork and a 4.6 litre engine used for touring events,
hillclimbs and sprints. fitted with a new 4.6 litre Rover V8, supplied and modified
by Dave Ellis. Ford Cosworth front and rear discs and 4 pot calipers. Rear axle
has a Quaife LSD fitted. More
only MGBGT LE V8 - it was built as a new car by Brown & Gammons in 1981 as
a conversion of a new limited edition MGBGT LE. It is a heavily used car on a
daily basis and has clocked up over 240,000 miles with two rebuilds in the process!
Motors produced a 2+2 convertible in the early 1980s and this car was their prototype
for their conversion as a 2+2 Roadster, with a shortened boot and a rear seat,
while retaining the windscreen frame of the original MGBGTV8. More