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oxford Matthew Randell
Adelaide, south australia, Australia   AUS
Thanks Dougie
It's been a long haul, but all worth it in the end.
Matthew

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jmmarch Silver Member Mike March
Winchester, VA, USA   USA
1957 Austin-Healey 100-Six
1976 MG Midget 1500 ~ For Sale ! ~
100/6 was stalling after 20-30 minutes of driving. The most recent time it stalled, I listened for the fuel pump and heard nothing. After 20 minutes, the pump started working again. Perhaps it was over heating. I replaced it today (generic pump - the original is bypassed) and went for a short drive...all is well. I plan a longer drive tomorrow to see if that was the problem.

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Andrewn Andrew Nielsen
McKenzie Hill, Victoria, Australia   AUS
1958 Austin-Healey 100-Six "Registration HLYBN-4"
After being away cruising around the Pacific I took my car off the wheelstands and recommissioned it ready for a club run this weekend. 3 month old fuel was a reluctant starter and needed some start ya bastard ether spary. But all good in the end and she lives again.smiling smiley

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Dougie Doug Escriva
Portland, OR, USA   USA
Fired the '57 racer up one last time before I pull the motor for a total refresh this winter. Though I'd get a pick in front of the house while its still dry and the flowers aren't totally gone.


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tfr1 gerald H
Atlanta, GA, USA   USA
Just returned from a 3 day 600 mile twisty roads adventure of the Greats Smoky Mtns.

My BN4 preformed perfectly.

Great time with some old friends.


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Firenze, firenze, Italy   ITA
1959 Austin-Healey 100-Six "Bambina"
Good morning ,
Could anyone tell me if has never seen this rockers cover ?
Thanks for reading , Stefano


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Randy Forbes Avatar
Parrish, FL, USA   USA
1957 Austin-Healey 100-Six
1999 BMW M Coupe "Blue Car"
1999 BMW M Roadster "Black Car"
2001 BMW M Roadster "Gray Car"
Yesterday actually, but at the local big All British Car Show in Safety Harbor, Florida, BN6L/942 took 1st Place in the 100/6 class.

It was the first "cool" day, with a temperature only in the 70s with cloud cover to keep the sun from bearing down (pretty nice for photography too, keeping harsh shadows at bay).






Randy Forbes Avatar
Parrish, FL, USA   USA
1957 Austin-Healey 100-Six
1999 BMW M Coupe "Blue Car"
1999 BMW M Roadster "Black Car"
2001 BMW M Roadster "Gray Car"
A couple of days ago, I fitted the LED hdlt conversion kit (H4 retrofit into my Cibies) and this afternoon/evening, mocked up a bracket to mount in between the frame horns for a pair of center-mounted 5-1/2" long range driving lights.

I'm satisfied with the positioning, I just have to finish the welds, add lightening holes (because racecar, lol!) prep, prime & paint.

I hope to have some pictures of the finished project in a few days...

What's everybody else up to (besides ignoring this thread winking smiley )?

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Dougie Doug Escriva
Portland, OR, USA   USA
Randy -

Can't wait to see the pictures, your work is always first rate. I pulled my carbs and headers today, I developed a hole in the rear exhaust header just as it exited the head. This kept me from passing tech at my first/last vintage race event this year. I was breaking in new race motor and after a full track day, I hear the change in motor noise during my last outing. The postiion of the leak prevented any "at track fix". I did try JB Weld for Sh%^
and giggles, but it burned right off. I've got a new set of Phoenix big bore stainless headers on the way. I'll mate them up the my Spin Tech race exhaust system, then send them of to Jet Hot for ceramic coating.

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