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    Re: Healey ergonomics question

    Four to third with a heal-toe throttle blip.....
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    Re: Healey ergonomics question

    I use two difffernt transmissions based on the event. For SVRA and the Porltand Historics which allow "5-speed", it's a Toyota W58. For the Monterey Historics and the more stringet racing groups,...
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    Re: Healey ergonomics question

    I'm 5'8"no pedel extentders needed. Like Dave, I do have my racing seat tilted back about an inch and a half. I use the stock adjusting rails and have them set about 3/4 back. Comfort is pretty good...
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    Re: Healey ergonomics question

    Dave -

    Don't forgot the multi-hours of wheel to wheel competition high speed racing as well. You always look pretty fresh after the cool down lap. :cool:

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    New AHC-USA Magazine

    I ready enjoyed the interview article with Nils-Fredrik Nyblaeus (NFN) European vintage big Healey racer. Nils-Fredrik and I have been corresponding for years on all things Healey racing. If you've...
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    Re: Healeys at Goodwood

    Without question, Hans and Ria are wonderful hosts and ambassadors of the Healey marque. Hans and I talked racing for hours, Ria was quicker with the coffee and tea than most restaurants in...
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    Re: Healeys at Goodwood

    I've looked at both cars up close, DMH's coupe was the top of luxury for it's time. It still looked good last year when I stopped by the Healey Museum.
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    Healeys at Goodwood

    The big Healey four-cylinder representing well at the Goodwood races today.


    https://youtu.be/ulACacE8vUA
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    Re: Austin-Healey 100M auction on BAT!

    Ditto.....
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    Re: Austin-Healey 100M auction on BAT!

    "One-off" item only. :cool:
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    Re: Austin-Healey 100M auction on BAT!

    Don't forget the ultra rare, limited edition, special VIP customer only, 100-6 MM grill badge......

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    Re: The Larry Wilson Collection - 100-S

    Most of you picked up on everything I saw as well. The odd thing I found was that Larry was very aware of the reproductions/tributes in his collection and didn't hesitate to give details on them as a...
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    The Larry Wilson Collection - 100-S

    Here's a nice video of Larry Wilson's large multi-make car collection located in South Florida. Larry seems to be a very knowledgeable collector, restorer and vintage racer. At about the 9 minute...
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    Re: Lube points on BN/BT7 front end

    Ditto what Steve said....

    Best
  15. Thread: Winter Projects

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    Re: Winter Projects

    Our two big Vintage Racing summer events are in July. The PNW Historics at Seattle's Pacific Raceway and SVRA's Portland Historics.


    Pacific Northwest Historics
    July 3-5, 2020 | Pacific...
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    Re: Winter Projects

    Correct, this is a full race motor built more for torque. Custom billet crank to run Chevy LS Clevite racing bearings, light weight longer rods, dome pistons etc. Max HP & torque about 270 depending...
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    Re: Winter Projects

    Drone Dog -

    That looks similiar to the one I made for my vintage racer a few years back. Dyno numbers revealed it was way to restrictive.

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    Re: '67 Sprite Streamliner at Bonhams

    I agree Richard, Ron (Corvette driver) lost focus. Tony Garmey on the other hand was laser focused when he went from the pole to the checkered flag when I raced with him in the RMMR in 2013. Looking...
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    Re: '67 Sprite Streamliner at Bonhams

    The Sprite Sold for $123K, could be considered a bargain. Here's the update, https://classicmotorsports.com/forum/classic-cars/live-from-scottsdale-how-abou/162860/page1/
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    Re: 64 front end too high

    Wow....! I haven't seen that one before.
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    Re: '67 Sprite Streamliner at Bonhams

    I already found a new motor for my new vintage Sprite Racer!

    https://york.craigslist.org/pts/d/felton-austin-healey-sprite-sebring/7035592334.html
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    Re: '67 Sprite Streamline at Bonhams

    Yes, it's Tom Price. Good guy, with a great car collection.
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    Re: '67 Sprite Streamline at Bonhams

    Oh....come on Rick. Wine is made to drink and cars, especially race cars were built to be driven or raced. Muesums are for paintings and marble scuptures. Sure, it would be loved and appreciated by...
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    '67 Sprite Streamliner at Bonhams

    This one got by me...... I didn't work it into the 2020 race season budget.....

    https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25718/lot/49/?fbclid=IwAR0q4Bc3ulVvYnPOhuCnM2uWC9vUTK0NIr8-4VQ3-xqRR0jiukPJB4hJLGc
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    Re: BN4 Locking Door Handle Removal Suggestions

    My guess....becuase you can just cut through the canvas soft top with a butter knife.
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