Registry: 1974 MG MGB

Patrick Brice's 1974 MG MGB – “Ole Goat”
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“Ole Goat”
Work and modifications done include:

-Replaced choke cable. (2018)
-Rotated Weber 32/36 DGV 180 Degrees. Easier install, easier tuning. (2018)
-Replaced top with new "original vinyl top w/pre-installed header rail" from Moss. (2018)
-Replaced hand brake handle assembly(handle would not stay in an up position) and adjusted emergency brake cable. (2018)
-Replaced both sun visors. (2018)
-Replaced horns with new pair of Hella horns. (2018)
-Modified Grill to have pre-69 slats and MG logo. (2018)
-Replaced 1974 chrome over riders (w/buffer) with all chrome over riders. (2018)
-Replaced lap seat belts with Wesco Performance chrome buckle, 3-point seat belts and MG headrest mounted seat belt guides. (2018)
-Replaced tail light assemblies with pre 1969 dual red lens assemblies. (2018)
-Replaced front turn signal lenses with pre 1969 dual amber/clear lenses. (2018)
-Replaced OEM sealed head lights with Lucas PL700 Tripod / H4 Bulb head lights. (2018)
-Added OEM radio blanking panel when radio face plate is removed. (2017)
-Added 2 BriteLED SlimBar 7 light bars behind the grill on each side as a daytime running light/fog light. Switched via the ignition circuit. (2017)
-Gearbox Oil Change (11/2017)
-Oil/Filter Change (11/2017)
-Added relays for low beams, high beams, horn, ignition circuit, and tail lamps, parking lights, and side markers. Added Auxiliary Fuse block powered from starter coil battery post to provide feed power for all relays. (2017)
-New Center Console with Dual usb (1amp, 2.1amp) and Voltmeter
in place of cigarette lighter, 3rd usb port for audio system
iPhone/iPod connection.
-New Hand made Walnut Armrest (2017)
-New Bladed 6 circuit Fuse Block (2017)
-New Battery Kill Switch (2017)
-New headlight switch (2017)
-New Leather Shift boot and Chrome mounting ring (2017)
-New alternator (2017)
-New battery (2017)
-New stainless steel "Tourist Trophy" exhaust (2016)
-"Flame Thrower" ignition coil (2016)
-"Tourist Trophy" wood grain steering wheel; shift knob (2016)
-New floor mats (2015)
-Retractable mesh windscreen (2015)
-Grill assembly (2015)

Modern features:

-Alpine Stereo that's USB/smart phone ready

Engine was rebuilt ~12,000 miles ago.

Vehicle Information

Owner: Patrick Brice   [rpbrice]
Location: Hillsboro, OH, USA USA
Status: Running

Model Year:1974
Build Date:1973-08-01
Original Colour:Harvest Gold
Current Colour:White
Odometer:20,500 miles
Engine Type:1.8L 4 Cyl 5 Main B-Series
Transmission:4 Sync, 4 Speed (No Overdrive)
Last Updated:2018-02-11 20:26:48
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Factory: Abingdon, England
Make: MG
Engine: B-Series (1.2-2.4L) 4cyl
Body Type: 2 Seat Roadster
Series: MGB MkIII (1970-1979)
Market: USA, Left Drive
Model Year: 1974
Car Number: 328741
Engine Code: Not Set!

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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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2018-02-11 20:26:48

Changes from 2018-01-14 20:13:05 to previous 2017-12-24 08:57:10
Trans Type 4 Speed (No Overdrive) → 4 Sync, 4 Speed (No Overdrive)
Changes from 2017-10-25 21:11:55 to previous 2017-10-20 08:45:08
Nickname Leia → Ole Goat
Changes from 2017-10-13 10:13:54 to previous 2017-10-12 20:34:25
Mileage 20,000 → 20,500
Changes from 2017-10-12 20:34:25 to previous 2017-10-04 20:10:44
Nickname added   Leia

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Oct 12, 2017 Patrick Brice  USA Owner Transfer
May 10, 2015 David Huff  USA Added to Registry (ID 35359)

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