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MG ZT and MG ZT-T 260 V8
Rear wheel drive and available in saloon and estate formats, it's powered by a 260bhp 4.6-litre Ford V8 engine. A good combination of price and performance. Launch briefing and Road test review
MG SV and SV-R
Developed from the Italian Qvale Mangusta design, the limited production SV models had a 4.6 or a 4.9 litre twin-cam V8 power plant and a five speed gearbox from Ford. Review
Based on the MGB bodyshell, underneath it's a substantially re-engineered car with sophisticated engine management systems. Launched in 1992, 80% of production went to Japan. Review & Profile
MGB V8 Roadster and GT Conversions
The availability of new MGB bodyshells from the BMH body plant has encouraged many V8 enthusiasts to build an MGBV8 Conversion - particularly MGBV8 Roadsters. Review

The V8 powered MGBGT produced by Abingdon from 1972 was a remarkable, low budget project which combined the popular GT body style with a powerful light alloy 3.5 litre V8 engine. Review & Profile
Costello MGB V8 Roadster and GT
Ken Costello began supplying his conversions which squeezed a V8 into MGB Roadster and GT shells from 1970 and eventually converted over 200. They carry the distinctive Costello badge. Review
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