This 1967 MGB was converted to a race car by former SOVREN president Ken Bottini and Robin Bee of B&B Racing in the early 1990's. Bottini was the president of his local MG club for many years and built this car based on the ’63 Hollywood Motors Sports Cars B. This MGB has been raced primarily in the Pacific Northwest. The car is said to remain street legal and includes a stock windscreen.
The car is fitted with Minilite style wheels. Both the pictured quick-release cut-down windscreen and a full-height stock windscreen are included with the sale.
The interior includes a stock MGB dash, door panels and instruments. An auxiliary oil temperature gauge is mounted below the dash to the right of the center stack. The seat is an OMP and the seller states that the safety equipment is up to date, save for the harnesses.
The 1800 cc engine was raced in 2009, 2010, 2011 and rebuilt in 2017. It includes Carillo rods, Venolia pistons, a deeper, baffled oil pan, an Accusump and Petronix ignition. The car is also equipped with a close-ratio transmission and a fuel cell. Chassis upgrades include a Panhard bar and Quaife limited slip differential.
This MGB is sold with a clean Washington State title.
Asking $12,000 OBO