Known as the "Virginia Creeper" this 1972 MGB GT was converted in
1990 to a Rover 3.5 liter 130HP all aluminum V8 mated to a Rover 5
Speed and Ford 8" non posi-traction rear. Sometime in the late
90\'s early 2000\'s she underwent a complete cosmetic restoration
including he MG Owner\'s Club interior shown. In 2005 further
restoration was done as follows. 4.2 liter Rover crate motor all
aluminum with larger valves a nd a custom ground Cam (details
available).4 Barrel Holley Carb with ported and polished intake.
Stainless Steel exhaust, aluminum radiator, lightened fly wheel.
Uprated oil pump, new air conditioner and dryer. The rear was
upgraded to a brand new Ford 8"posi traction mated to a heavy duty
drive shaft. An anti tramp device made with a pair of Spax
adjustable shocks were added. Electronics were enhanced by halogen
lights. A Stack Classic Tach with shift read out is installed.
Cruise control and Stereo plus too much more to list. Brakes,tires
and ignition received similar treatments. Suffice to say this car
has it all and then some. Contact Hank for pricing and additional
info [email protected] or 201-317-9277
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