Registry: 1967 MG MGB MkI

Jim Wulf's Gold Member 1967 MG MGB MkI – “The B”
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“The B”
Restoration in 2014/15/16 by owner.
Blue Label 3rd & 4th Overdrive Transmission by Dick Moritz
Schlemmerized Lucas 25D Points Distributor
SU HS 4 Carbs crafted by Dave Braun
Basil's 18V Followers & Pushrods, Rockers & Rocker Shaft
Gear Reduction Starter by Dave Austin-Keith Gustafson
Ceramic coated exhaust header by Central Connecticut Coatings
Bell polished stainless steel exhaust system
Cupro-Nickel brake & clutch lines
Dot 5/Silicone brake & clutch systems with Speed Bleeders
Clover Systems Solid State Voltage Regulator
Lucas L494 Center Reversing Lamp
Strapping Lad rebound straps
Facet B.U. Fuel Pump per Dave Dubois
Vredestein Sprint Classic 165 HR 14 tyres
Original Tecalemit Oil Canister Filter System
Cloisonne Grill badge from spikemichael/EurekaJim
Plan B decals by David Townsend,
Factory aluminium bonnet oil leaks! For now....

Vehicle Information

Owner: Jim Wulf Gold Member   [MRoadster]
Location: Doylestown, PA, USA USA
Status: Running

Model Year:1967
Build Date:1966-12-22
Original Colour:British Racing Green
Current Colour:Signal Red
Odometer:31,750 miles
Body Code:96296
Engine Type:1.8 Liter 5 Main B-Series
Engine Code:18GBUH64324
Transmission:4 Sync 4 Speed with Overdrive
Last Updated:2017-11-08 20:23:30
Magic VIN Decoder
Factory: Abingdon, England
Make: MG
Engine: B-Series (1.2-2.4L) 4cyl
Body Type: 2 Seat Roadster
Series: MGB MkI (1962-1967)
Market: World, Left Drive
Model Year: 1962 to 1969
Car Number: 108333
Engine Size: 1798cc
Engine Type: MG
Code B: B-Series
Code U: Center gear change
Code H: High compression
Engine Number: 64324

These are "best guesses" based only on the VIN, completeness & accuracy are not guaranteed. Information entered by the owner should take precedence.


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Member Comments on Registry: 1967 MG MGB MkI   ↵
Rated 9.7 out of 10 based on 81 ratings
2014-07-27 19:03:10 # 19235
Comment by Lee Miller
Rating: 9/10
very nice
2015-02-07 12:44:47 # 23763
Comment by Mrk Solo
Is this car for sale ?
2015-02-07 22:31:24 # 23776
Comment by Jim Wulf
No, sorry it's not for sale.
2015-02-20 20:59:05 # 24134
Comment by Gary Brown
Rating: 10/10
Beautiful car Jim!
2015-02-26 19:10:28 # 24279
Comment by Babatunde Tomori
Very clean example
2015-04-02 23:10:27 # 25095
Comment by Paul Hruza
Nice ride Jim! How is the DOT 5 working out for you? I am starting with a complete new fresh brake/clutch system and plan on doing the same... Paul
2015-04-11 12:33:41 # 25263
Comment by Jim Wulf
Definitely do it, Paul. No more paint worries, no more reservoir corrosion, and minimal moisture, if any, in the systems. Everything works just as it did with DOT 3.
2015-05-10 17:54:07 # 25933
Comment by Stephen Farrell
Rating: 10/10
As an owner of a 1967 Mk I roadster Also Tarten red I can appreciate the time, effort and dollars it took to get it to this level. Virtually everything about this car is gorgeous. Bravo!
2015-05-20 22:22:08 # 26127
Comment by Rick Lewis
Rating: 10/10
I have a 1976 MG Midget 1500, the engine is being pulled today getting it ready to have the engine well & transmission tunnel painted. I want to paint the engine however I'm not sure what type of paint to purchase yet. I'm certainly open for recommendations. I can only wish to have mine LBC look like yours!! Jim, it's just breath taking...all I can come up with is WOW!!!
2015-07-14 14:34:45 # 27510
Comment by sean walsh
I have an MGB 1980 which has been repainted and looks just like yours except the paint can says spitfire red. I fail to see any red in the Tartan Red or my Spitfire red all I see is what we use to call back in the day, competition orange. I guess different paint manufacturers label their colors differently. I would love to have 7 MGB's each with a different color for each day of the week.
2015-07-14 15:21:53 # 27515
Comment by Stacey Dicks
Rating: 9/10
Super nice car. I'm currently in the market for one; hopefully one day it will turn out as beautiful as yours.
2015-07-20 14:19:09 # 27632
Comment by David Zingg
Rating: 10/10
Gorgeous, wish my '67 looked and drove as nice as yours.
2015-09-08 09:20:10 # 28930
Comment by Terry Gandy
Congratulations on a beautiful B. There's one for sale at Northshore Sportscars that I think is very nice and I'm considering buying it if it's still available next spring.
2015-09-08 09:56:05 # 28932
Comment by Jim Wulf
Terry - I took a look and I think that looks like a pretty decent car. If you want, send me your email and I can send you a detailed list of my observations which you may find helpful in making your decision. Nice '67's don't seem to last long on the market.
2015-09-08 14:22:47 # 28938
Comment by Terry Gandy
Thank you, Jim. Unfortunately, I'm not in a position to make a purchase until next spring/early summer. Hopefully, I will have one in time for NAMGBR 2016, but no guarantees. However, I'm curious as to what you think, so I'll IM my email, if that's ok.
2015-09-08 19:04:14 # 28947
Comment by Jim Wulf
Terry, You can email me at
2015-09-28 05:24:30 # 29450
Comment by Terry Palmer
Very nice mate, great color and lovely pics!
2015-10-17 12:59:54 # 29827
Comment by Adrian Bellavita
2015-10-17 13:00:17 # 29828
Comment by Adrian Bellavita
Rating: 10/10
2015-10-18 23:12:44 # 29864
Comment by Chris McMillin
Rating: 10/10
Super looking finish, Jim!
2015-11-04 15:48:15 # 30202
Comment by Frank N
Rating: 7/10
Magnificent car. Why do you have the '62 details. Brake and clutch cylinder caps, etc.These details, you know which reduces the value of your car.
2015-12-08 22:45:42 # 30797
Comment by bobby galvez
Showroom floor material. Impeccable! Would be an 11 with an original banjo steering wheel.
2015-12-14 13:03:23 # 30906
Comment by David W
Intrigued by the NZ number (licence) plate on the front
2015-12-14 14:52:31 # 30908
Comment by Jim Wulf
David, Someone else has made the same comment about it being a New Zealand plate. The plate was already on the car when I bought it and I don't know the significance to the former owner. I like the way it looks so just left it. And "JB" just so happen to be my son's first and middle name initials.
2016-01-01 16:21:41 # 31260
Comment by Mike LaVigne,J
Great looking car
2016-04-11 07:20:51 # 33699
Comment by OLIVER DOVE
4a great job.
2016-05-15 16:59:55 # 34435
Comment by George Furst
Exquisite car with all the beauty that has made the MGB such a classic. Even though it is a mass produced car, it has a timeless elegance where form follows function is epidimized. My only desire is the sharing of pictures of the underside of the car. This could be an inspiration for our restorations as the top side provides.
2016-05-15 21:05:20 # 34442
Comment by Jim Wulf
Thank you, George. I will be changing photos in the next week or so to reflect changes in the car including restoration of the original Tecalemit oil filter assembly, shifting of the coil to the original position on the engine mount bracket, realignment of the hood and grill, etc. I will add a shot of the undercarriage as well.
2016-07-28 22:25:52 # 36139
Comment by George Furst
Rating: 10/10
Thank you so much for the photo of the undercarriage! That is so impressive. Hate to ask for more but I would love see a few detailed photos of the rear differential area, and a few photos from directly underneath. Your car is better than off the production line. Thank you for sharing.
2016-11-03 14:13:53 # 38228
Comment by Doug Foster
Rating: 10/10
JimYour car is a real Stunner!!!Hopefully we can get our two B's together sometimeDoug
2016-12-15 04:30:26 # 39070
Comment by bob tresch
Jim: Absolutely fantastic!
2017-01-15 09:49:30 # 39716
Comment by Hugh Carroll
Great car. I have a 67 GT that I am cleaning up and your pictures are a great reference.
2017-01-15 22:23:51 # 39729
Comment by Jim Wulf
Hugh: Thanks. Let me know if you need any other pictures. I've got plenty of just about anything on the car.
2017-04-06 20:46:23 # 41466
Comment by Peter Diotte
I want your garage and lift! 10
2017-04-06 20:47:00 # 41467
Comment by Peter Diotte
Rating: 10/10
I want your garage and lift! 10
2017-04-20 09:45:12 # 41766
Comment by Robert Ress
Very pretty!
2017-06-30 11:25:32 # 43227
Comment by Michael Mitchell
Jim, I'm NOT into B'z.........But She'z a Beauty, Congrat'z!!!
2017-06-30 14:03:23 # 43230
Comment by Gus Dielens
Jim, This is by far the best paint job I have personally ever seen! Just took my 1975, 50th. Anniversary to British European Auto, for some work needed and could not believe my eyes with all the different British made cars they have for sale, as well as repairing, like the Lotus, but did not see a car close to your car with the paint job you have. Would love to know how long it took to get it like that? Almost belongs behind the museum ropes!
2017-08-28 12:30:36 # 44307
Comment by Hersh Sisodia
Excellent B Jim!
2017-10-23 20:50:50 # 45352
Comment by Tom Cole
Rating: 10/10
2017-10-30 22:06:20 # 45564
Comment by bobby galvez
Rating: 10/10
Back in December 2015 I commented that with the original banjo steering wheel it would be an 11. It has it now.It's an 11!!!
2017-11-15 08:58:48 # 45940
Congrats for this magnificient restoration !!!

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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2017-11-08 20:23:30

Changes from 2016-08-18 08:57:01 to previous 2016-08-15 20:09:20
Colour Flame Red → Signal Red
Changes from 2016-07-16 10:54:08 to previous 2016-07-14 19:29:08
Colour Signal Red → Flame Red
Changes from 2016-07-14 19:26:13 to previous 2016-07-09 07:31:17
Trans Type 4 speed Overdrive → 4 Sync 4 Speed with Overdrive
Changes from 2016-07-09 07:31:17 to previous 2016-07-09 06:25:33
Trans Type 4 speed overdrive → 4 speed Overdrive
Changes from 2016-06-02 12:08:55 to previous 2016-05-01 12:13:07
Colour Tartan Red → Signal Red
Changes from 2016-05-01 09:12:13 to previous 2015-10-25 21:25:27
Trans Type 4 sync → 4 speed overdrive
Changes from 2014-07-28 11:31:16 to previous 2014-07-27 21:57:30
Engine Type 5 Main → 1.8 Liter 5 Main B-Series
Changes from 2014-07-27 11:04:51 to previous 2014-07-27 10:41:56
Engine Code 18gbuh64324 → 18GBUH64324

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
May 15, 2014 Jim Wulf  USAGold Member Added to Registry (ID 25732)

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