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Hill climb/ Road racing, 215 v8, Project - $10,750 (Hummelstown)

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1965 mgb
VIN: GHN3L45
condition: fair
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 123456
paint color: brown
title status: clean
transmission: manual

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A True survivor - One owner Car was owned/raced by the founder and president of the PA HillClimber assoc., custom period correct trailer, rebuilt 215 aluminum Olds Hi Comp v8, and additional new and used parts totaling over $6,000. Have current Pa. titles for both.

------------------------------- Executor kept the log books and trophies.------------------------------------

Please see all pictures. And read the complete posting!!!!!!! Won't discuss adjusting price unless on site.


Car -1965 MGB - GHN3L/45...
Engine is a 18GA rebuilt, Su's are rebuilt and tight, Isky cam. Internals very clean, no carbon in combustion chamber, reviewed with my bore scope, honing marks visible in bores. Pistons no carbon build up. Internals very clean. Pictures still stowed on my bore scope. Engine was stowed correctly - block drained, fresh oil, tank drained, clean. Engine number # 18GA-U-H16--- 4 speed non syncro tranni, correct for year and class of car. Tranni is painted indicating it was pulled at some time. Inspected each cylinder, lubed each prior to spinning engine.

Trailer- custom built and licensed in 1976, - ID48....
Temporary wiring on trailer, new trailer rated tires, 2 inch ball, trailer lock. Has low tongue and deck height. Suggest a 6 inch drop ball mount, and does have ramps included. Packed the bearings with synthetic grease and replaced one bad. Trailer can travel. The car is supported on wood blocks on the trailer, can be towed after being re strapped. You'll need tie downs.

Added: Totally rebuilt OLDS 1963 215 Hi Compression V8 (185 HP/230 T@4800 before rebuild) .020 over TRW pistons, oem crank and rods checked and crank micro polished, rubber seals, block and heads decked, head job ported and passages matched, Rebuilt 4 jet carb for modern fuel, Hastings rings, king bearings, comp timing set, custom pushrods, BEST head gaskets, victor engine set, custom headers, custom cam, gm lifters, sealed power springs, Headers, electronic distributor, crank scrapper/ windage tray, hi volume oil pump and pickup, all oil modifications to block done, buick 300 waterpump, threaded galley pugs, ARP studs, hi torque reduction starter, hi output alternator, aluminum bellhousing for T5. Flywheel surfaced, new clutch n pressure for a T5.

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This package with the 18ga is a great pallet for a unique project. Purchased an all aluminum 215 after researching/learning the 215 is the worlds smallest PRODUCTION V8, weight is the same as the mgb cast iron 4. The 215 Hi comp with twice the torque and HP. Power to weight and coupled with a five speed with OD it should be a blast. With the rebuild work and design upgrades the motor should be very reliable. Would make a great vintage SCCA racer / hill climber. I have new/used parts for the chassis, engine, tires, and interior. See pictures of most items bought since December 1 2022. I have receipts. Removed the old blue streak GoodYear racing tires (5.00x8.50x14). Blasted the wheels - stamped "Made in England", and are true magnesium knock off mount - 6.5 (from inside beads) inches (165 mm) wide x 14 inch rims from the 70's. Wheel hub bolts have "Richards" as the mfg and pitch. Bolts are a unique brit thread. Each bolt head is machine ground to interlock with hub. Wheels are blasted with fine glass beads. Wheels are sound and true, in the process of sealing and painting them. Primed two so far, zinc chromate been back ordered for 3 months. The last picture is how the steel flares would look on the car, have 5 donors.

Thanks for looking

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