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Austin-Healey....the handsome brute

Long term Austin-Healey project

Long term Triumph Project

MGA Project

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1972 Triumph GT6 MkIII

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[Triumph_GT6]

I brought this car home to Northern Indiana from St. Charles, Missouri. This GT6 MkIII had its original brown paint, and came to me with original Minilites! I refurbished the car in British Racing Green. The ultra smooth Triumph straight six engine is truly magnificent. With a very willing engine and great handling, this is an extremely fun car to drive on roads with lots of curves.

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1958 MGA 1500

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[1958_MGA]

I brought this car and all of its parts home to Northern Indiana from Charlotte, North Carolina in the back of a U-Haul truck. The project took about 36 months from start to finish, and was well worth the effort. A wonderful British roadster! The MGA is a very well engineered car for its day. It has a very stiff, sturdy framework. Thanks to Cecil Kimber, a heavier than normal gage steel was used for the MGA framework. Fun to drive? You bet!

To read more about this project, go to:

An MGA Project

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[1976_TR6]

This is a 1976 Triumph TR6 that I brought home from Glasgow, Kentucky. Like the GT6, it's a fantastic car to drive, with great performance.

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[1957 100-6]

Healey fan Joe

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[1957 100-6]

Healey fan from many years ago - Uncle Ken

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[maggie]

She watches my car.....

Bay Creek Dobes

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Milestone Cars

TR6 Thrust Washer Improvement

Zinc Chromate Pre-Wash

Syncronizing Your Multi-Carbs

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