Nissan SR20 Power: 1964 MG MGB

The MGB was built by MG (Morris Garages) Cars in England back when the British Empire produced things for export other than loud mouthed food critics, loud mouthed automobile pundits, or naked royals. The classic MGB survived with only minor cosmetic changes from 1962 through 1980 by being good at what it did. Today’s MGB however, hasn’t survived the years with only small changes because someone decided to drop one of Nissan’s legendary SR20 inline-4s under the hood. Find this 1964 MG MGB offered for $15000 in Manhattan Beach, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

1964 mg mgb
condition: good
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 35000
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: convertible
I have a one of a kind MGB, fully restored, we have put a lot of work into this car, this is a 1964, with a Nissan motor Sr20det.
Engine specs
-tomei camshaft
-tomei side feed injectors
-top mount turbo kit garret gt28
-Walbro 255 fuel pump

  • 300zx drive shaft custom
    -vivid pulley kit
    -electric dual fan
  • custom Intercooler
    -5speed transmission off a s14
    — this motor is extremely healthy and would be more fun and adjustable with apexi Powerfc
    Interior has been completely redone, by my upholstery person.
    -We have done new seats red/maroon with cream color piping.
    -Carpets moss motors
    -custom dash
    -gauges are all new school, digital
    -speakers are kicker, with a 10” trunk set up.
    -2 kicker amps (in the trunk)
    -custom speaker box / amp rack
    -pioneer SPH (holds iPhone above the radio for controlling) also shows your speed.
    We kept the exterior stock.
    -wired wheels
    -still has the oem knock off centers
    -upgraded disk brakes from newer mg
    -front air dam

-Gauges need to be wired
-Paint has imperfections
-running stock ecu, would recommend a standalone
-would recommend upgrading the suspension

Please text me – or email me
— no rush to sell, I have few other projects I’m doing, and this one sits in my garage, I I would prefer cash. But if you have a classic car for trade I wouldn’t mind looking at it. (Cars must be running)

See a better way to drive something Japanese powered?