For Sale: 1969 MGB GT with a Chevy 3.4 L V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

This 1969 MGB GT is for sale in Townsend, Tennessee with a current bid of $5,900. Under the MGC-style fiberglass hood sits a 3.4 L Chevy V6 with a mild camshaft and Holley 390 cfm carburetor mated to a Tremec five-speed manual transmission. Inside the cabin you find red/black interior, MGB Mk1 steel dashboard, Nostalgic AC Parts air conditioning, Moto-Lita steering wheel, and VDO gauges showing 8,600 miles since engine swap (original mileage unknown). The exterior features split rear bumpers, 14-inch wheels, and Glacier White paint. The seller states there is corrosion on the differential and subframe and the passenger floor pan was replaced.

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

1969 MGB GT with a 3.4 L Chevy V6

Source: Bring a Trailer via MG Experience

10 thoughts on “For Sale: 1969 MGB GT with a Chevy 3.4 L V6”

  1. This seems to be well built. I have seen it on BaT and read the comments there. I would have thought more mods would have been done to the suspension than just a refreshing, and the brakes weren’t modded. I believe the owner has stated he drove it to several MG meets around the region and wouldn’t hesitate to take it anywhere. I like it.

  2. I Bought this car on BaT. Drove it home from TN to MA over 1000 miles. What a terrific little hotrod! The seller did a very nice job on the build.

    This engine/transmission combo works very well together. The car is a delight to drive. I also have a stock ’74 MGB-GT with 4spd and o.d. that I liked very much till I got behind the wheel of this one.

    No complaints on the suspension. It is tight and handles the extra torque with aplomb. No squatting. I think the similar weight of the engine and trans to the original helps.

    I’d recommend this to anyone considering repowering their B. Or you could bolt on a supercharger in a heck of a lot less time.

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