When I was in the Navy in 1978, I was stationed in San Diego-Long Beach area. When I reported from the East Coast to California, I found I was going to be stationed on a ship that had just entered dry dock for a complete overhaul. This meant no sea time (a constant theme throughout my service). So now the Navy was…
I’m not kidding. In 2015, you can indeed have a brand new MGB created using the original tooling, powered by a Mazda 2.5 that will make it reach 62mph in 3.8 seconds. All the time.
Much like the "people" they once were, gearheads tend to exhibit a vast array of opinions and ideas. Even so, there's a few things that seem to be universal: old Lucas Electric jokes, the respect of the BMW 2002, and a cold, seething hatred of the rubber-bumper'd MGB. At the risk of a stabbing, I'm going to say this:…
There's only one rule: If you have three road racers from the sixties, just drive the crap out of them.
Todd Barry is one of the driest comedians out there, that's what makes him hilarious. He's also never been in a sports car before, which is heinous. Thankfully, Jerry Seinfeld is here to help.
Catalog is an experiment from the biz side of Jalopnik. (So to be clear, this post is not editorial). Now and then, we'll deliver content about products you can buy... or at least dream of buying. Today's contributor is Bureau of Trade, a digital authority in acquiring analog cultural objects.
Welcome to Used Car Face Off, where we find two similar or similarly priced used cars and ask you which one you would buy. Choose wisely!
If you're in need of definitive evidence that human civilization is on a downward spiral, look no further than this.
Building a restomod is straightforward: Take the body of a classic car and stuff it full of updated drivetrain and suspension pieces. While most builders start with Detroit products, England's Frontline Developments uses an MGB-GT and calls the stunning result the LE50.
The ninth installment of Josh Clason's Depth of Speed series introduces us to Roger and Rob Gisseman, two generations of British car lovers.
If you are yearning for a unique project car this 4x4 MG MGB may be for you. Complete with rust, a questionable custom 4x4 conversion and potential title issues, the future owner is guaranteed an
absolute nightmare interesting automotive adventure.
"It seems that the MGC's biggest problem was that it was the answer to a question no one was really asking," according to Ate Up With Motor's Aaron Severson in his latest article.
Drag race, rallycross, paved circle track, road course, and a dirt quarter mile oval, win it all in one crappy car at the Leadfoot Rally and you could be crowned The Ultimate Shoe.
You hear a lot of guys bragging about their cars' mighty power output, claiming 500 horses at the wheels and so on, but how many actually roll up to a real-world dynamometer test? Armand did!
Most of us will look at these admittedly godawful numbers for the Triumphs, Jaguars, and MGs we've seen in LeMons races and back away in horror… but your true British car aficionado will see those numbers as a challenge! More Spitfires! More Rover 3500s! More Humber Sceptres!
Yes, one of our favorite Index Of Effluency contenders went into the dirt and flipped over yesterday afternoon. That's the bad news. The good news is that the driver of the Killer Bee MGB wasn't hurt.
Everyone seemed to approve of the awesome garage of LeMons Assistant Perpetrator Jeff yesterday, so let's take a look at the car that started it all: a neighbor-enragin', autocrossin' 1973 MGB.