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    New Member - Restoring a 1958 Austin-Healey 100-6 bn4

    I purchased it 40 years ago, stored it, and am now able two work on getting it up and running. My goal is one I can enjoy for day trips in good weather. I've replaced the thermostat housing and a few other small parts and am now ready to fire it up. Then on to new tires, etc.
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    David Bird, Indianapolis

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    Re: New Member - Restoring a 1958 Austin-Healey 100-6 bn4

    David, welcome to the BCF! You've come to the right place.

    There is an active chapter of the national Austin-Healey club based there in Indianapolis. Are you a member? If not, I can highly recommend them as they can be of huge assistance as you get your Healey back on the road.

    Also, the big annual Healey meeting is next July in French Lick, Indiana. You should come to it even if your Healey's not running. You'll find inspiration in addition to meeting a lot of nice Healey owners.

    Good luck!
    Reid Trummel
    Editor, HEALEY MARQUE magazine



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    Re: New Member - Restoring a 1958 Austin-Healey 100-6 bn4

    Welcome aboard David!
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