Mention an outlaw build and the first thing that comes to mind are Porsche 911s and 356s. That doesn't mean Stuttgart has a monopoly on what an outlaw is — and this MGA outlaw by the Petersen Automotive Museum proves the point. The first frame-off restoration done completely in-house by the Museum, this MGA has been totally disassembled down the last nut and bolt. The 1.6-liter dual overhead cam four has a hotter camshaft profile and larger twin carbs for better breathing. Disc brakes replace the original hydraulic drums, and all-new modern suspension components bring out the best in one of history's all-time great roadsters. A black exterior is set off by wire wheels and a stunning Oxblood leather interior add a touch of classic British class. The car is set to be auctioned off by the Petersen Automotive Museum on September 26, 2020.