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    Re: How to change signature

    Scroll up to the top of this page. In the upper right you can click on Settings (assuming you're logged on).

    Then on the left side you'll see Edit Signature and I believe you can take in from...
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    Re: BT7 Grille surround

    According to the Concours Guidelines (All rise!):

    3000 MK II and MK III cars have grille teeth of anodized aluminum. Grilles with chrome-plated teeth will be scored as incorrect. The chromed steel...
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    Re: BT7 Grille surround

    Which BT7? Mark I or Mark II? The grilles are different.
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    Re: 64 front end too high

    Yeah, and just think, "Steves Auto Parts" put their name on that thing as they must have calculated that it would be good for business. If I owned a Healey back then it would have made me run the...
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    Re: '67 Sprite Streamliner at Bonhams

    He worked at it, and there was relatively little interest in them at that time. He read ads and followed up, and he was also very lucky (although some might note that with enough hard work, luck...
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    Re: '67 Sprite Streamline at Bonhams

    I believe he owned five at one time, and owned something like 10 of them at one time or another. Or maybe that's just the myth.

    Whatever the exact figures, yes, he owned several.
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    Re: Radio Knob Design For A 67 BJ8

    Paul,

    Odd that your first Healey would have a "British Leyland"-labeled radio since BL wasn't founded until after big Healey production ceased (last regular production BJ8 made December 21, 1967;...
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    Re: Radio Knob Design For A 67 BJ8

    You have the correct knobs, and big props for your patience and skill in restoring them so nicely.
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    Re: Happy Healey New Year

    I believe that 1985 was the last. I don't recall if he sent Christmas cards in 1986, and by Christmastime 1987 he was in poor health and declining - he passed away in January 1988 - and I tend to...
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    Re: Happy Healey New Year

    See Post #8 in this thread:
    https://www.britishcarforum.com/bcf/showthread.php?118222-Merry-Christmas-to-ALL
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    Happy Healey New Year

    The inside of one of Donald Healey's annual Christmas cards also offered New Year's greetings:

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    Re: Merry Christmas to ALL.......

    Donald Healey's personal Christmas card of 1985, and note that Santa (played by DMH) is hand-colored:

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    Re: AH EFI build... again

    Spectacular! Can't wait for the first installment of the story for the mag :cheers:
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    Re: 100M Brain Teaser

    Cars destined to be made into 100M models were not pulled off the assembly line at random. Jensen sent the chassis/bodies to Longbridge with the bonnets already louvered, and these cars were...
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    Re: Ford Versus Ferrari Question

    That's a beautifully written story. Thanks for the link.
  16. Re: Securing the jack with strap in BJ8 boot

    Well, again, no official answer that I know of, but looking into the boot, facing the front of the car, the recess on your left - opposite of the battery location - is a handy place to store it. I...
  17. Re: Securing the jack with strap in BJ8 boot

    I believe the commonly-shared assumption is that the strap wraps around the jack and the frame extension where the bumper bolts to it. However, I don't know of any "official" answer to your...
  18. Re: eBook Version of Anderson/Moment Restoration Guide Available

    Please see:

    https://www.britishcarforum.com/bcf/showthread.php?115525-PSA-from-the-Concours-Committee
  19. Re: Newbie - to this forum, that is........

    Thanksgiving greetings Paul. Glad to have you aboard, especially since you're apparently an njunear!

    And nice-looking Healey you have there. You don't absolutely have to take them off the road...
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    Re: Sweet Dreams!

    And the sign above the bed says:

    "Donald Healey Slept Here"
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    Re: AH 3000 rear disc brake conversion

    BOFFO! (Couldn't resist.)
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    Re: 100 bn1/bn2 id

    Yes, and set a new record price for a first-gen Rx-7, too!

    It was an impulse purchase based on low mileage, one owner, outstanding original condition and proximity to where I live. I drove it a...
  23. Re: Longbridge 100-6 Windshield Posts - Body Color or Silver?

    The Anderson-Moment book includes errors; outdated information that is corrected in the Originality Guidelines. You're taking a chance using an obsolete reference, pictures or not.

    Speaking of...
  24. Re: Longbridge 100-6 Windshield Posts - Body Color or Silver?

    The Anderson-Moment book is basically a very outdated edition of the Originality Guidelines. It may hold some attraction as a collector's item in the same way that a 1945 edition of the Farmer's...
  25. Re: Longbridge 100-6 Windshield Posts - Body Color or Silver?

    Luckily you'll be able to obtain the Originality Guidelines before the reassembly.
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