The Fastest MG In North American Road Racing: Les Gonda's 1973 MGB-GT

The Ford 302-powered MGB-GT »11/17/08 3:30pm11/17/08 3:30pm we saw a couple months ago looked pretty good, but we want to see some V8 MGBs tearing up the race track! As if on cue, the not-so-sane folks over at are back with an exhaustively detailed story on the '73 MGB-GT V8 that's beating up on Porsches in SVRA's Group 8, A-production class. No…

PCH, Index Of Effluency Edition: MGB-GT or Fiat X1/9?

Welcome to Project Car Hell »8/19/08 5:20pm8/19/08 5:20pm, where you choose your eternity by selecting the project that's the coolest... and the most hellish! Last time we simultaneously crushed and seared our fingers in the red-hot vise of the Hell Garage, the in the poll. Today, with the New England coming up in just a few days, we're thinking…

Project Car Hell: IRS-ized V8 MGB-GT or 1963 Studebaker Avanti?

The majority of voters felt that an eternity spent wrenching on a pair of Willys Station Wagons would be preferable to eternity spent with a '58 Pontiac/'62 Mercedes-Benz combo, according to last Friday's Choose Your Eternity poll. That's fine, but what if you'd prefer endless toil on a hopeless challenging fast car?… »4/14/08 5:20pm4/14/08 5:20pm

PCH, British One-Two Punch Edition: Travellers or MGB-GTs?

Well, we can all go ahead and change our names to Ettore now, because the 'Bugatti' triumphed over the 'MG TD' in yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll by a pretty healthy margin. Perhaps the faux MG wasn't really British enough, what with its German underpinnings (and the Fauxgatti, lacking any underpinnings, was… »11/28/07 5:30pm11/28/07 5:30pm