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1. GTs w/V8s (score: 1)
Author: (Will Zehring)
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 1995 12:39:00 +0500
Fellow fiends: I'm gathering from the current discussion on the Rover V8 that the later GTs had some sort of change in the firewall and/or tranny tunnel that makes fitting a V8 easier. yes/no? If "ye
/html/mgs/1995-08/msg00592.html (6,794 bytes)

2. Re: GTs w/V8s (score: 1)
Author: "Jerry Causey" <>
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 1995 12:21:09 +0800
There's a Web page which will answer all your questions. It certainly cured me of wanting to convert my '67 B-GT. Suddenly a 2 liter seemed like a much more attainable goal.
/html/mgs/1995-08/msg00602.html (7,188 bytes)

3. Re: GTs w/V8s (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 1995 14:39:09 -0400
The '77 and later MGBs are the easiest to stuff a V8 into. This is because the radiator support brackets were moved forward from the original position. I don't believe you would need to make any othe
/html/mgs/1995-08/msg00608.html (6,947 bytes)

4. Re: GTs w/V8s (score: 1)
Author: (Graham McCann)
Date: Fri, 25 Aug 1995 09:50:19 +1000
Will, The MGB GT V8 was introduced in 1973 and the only body alterations were the moving of the radiator forward. This was retained for the rubbernose series. The steering column was different (to c
/html/mgs/1995-08/msg00609.html (8,089 bytes)

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