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Looking for experiences of Importing a BJ-8 into Canada
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FOUND!!!! rebuildable 1275 engine or 1098 CC late model engine [FL, USA]
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Bugeye Sprite & MKII Moto-Lita 14" Steering wheel and hub kit NEW [Madison Wisconsin, USA]
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Large Selection of Big Healey Parts [MA - Massachusetts, USA]
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wanted to buy austin healey 100-4 1956 BN2 4 speed shifter handle 100-6 [ILLINOIS, USA]
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Tue January 31, 2012
DIY Wood Steering Wheel: Part 1 Introduction, Design & Prototype
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Austin-Healey History in a Nutshell
Austin-Healey was a British sports car maker. The marque was established through a joint-venture arrangement, set up in 1952 between Leonard Lord of the Austin division of the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and the Donald Healey Motor Company, a renowned automotive engineering and design firm.
Austin-Healey cars were produced until 1972 when the 20-year agreement between Healey and Austin came to an end. Donald Healey left the company in 1968 when British Motor Holdings (BMC had merged with Jaguar Cars in 1966 to form BMH) was merged into British Leyland. Healey joined Jensen Motors who had been making bodies for the "big Healeys" since their inception in 1952, and became their chairman in 1972.
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