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  1. Re: A Toast to John Wheatley - A Call for Action

    Reid Trummel
    reid.trummel@gmail.com

    Still time to raise a glass to John and send a photo and note for the Wheatleys.
  2. Re: Healey assembly line - engine installation

    Yes, there's a guy who handles back issues sales. His contact info is on page 2 of each issue of the mag.
  3. A Toast to John Wheatley - A Call for Action

    Many of you know of John Wheatley who worked as an engineer for The Austin Motor Company. He was also the original owner of his 1954 100 registered OOM 552, and an author of a couple of books on...
  4. Re: Healey assembly line - engine installation

    Scot, this is your lucky day! Memberships in the Austin-Healey Club of America are still available, and here's the kicker: With that membership you get Healey Marque magazine! Act now and you can...
  5. Re: Healey assembly line - engine installation

    "Colorized" normally refers to adding color to an original that is black and white. Not sure that's what you meant, but the images were originally color images. I believe they were transparencies...
  6. Re: Congratulation To Healey Marque Magazine

    Thanks Dave and all.

    Since the first time I became editor (and producer, publisher, designer, manager, content-chaser-in-chief, etc.) of a national Healey club publication (that was in 1984), my...
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    Re: Gearbox Identification

    Now another guy says it's correct for a TVR Grantura. There's the answer to a great trivia question in this episode: What do the MG ZA and the TVR Grantura have in common?
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    Re: Gearbox Identification

    I checked with Barney the MGA Guru and he says, "MG ZA or ZB Magnette. 10-spline input shaft, top mounted slave cylinder, straight up shifter."

    Thanks John for mentioning him which gave me the...
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    Re: Gearbox Identification

    Good eye! I was focused on the more easily readable numbers. That said, it also says 1H3150 in the 7th photo, and it also has 4 B 60 making me wonder if it was made in April 1960. Either way, I've...
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    General MG Gearbox Identification

    I wonder if someone could please positively identify this gearbox:

    62711
    62712
    62713
    NOTE LARGE CUT-OUTS IN BELL HOUSING.


    62714
    62715
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    Re: Bought Another One

    Yes, similar, but definitely different taillight treatment. Seems to be more like this one:

    62710

    The rear-bumper overriders inversion is also distinctive to the Kellison, and period pix of...
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    Re: Gearbox Identification

    Really? With that same shape to the bell housing with those large cut-outs?



    Yeah. I tried searching "22H34" and got no where. Likewise searching "22H34 gearbox" was also no joy.

    There...
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    Gearbox Identification

    Could someone please positively identify this gearbox?

    62701

    62702

    62703

    62704
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    Re: Healey ergonomics question

    Doug, wot kinda gearbox you got in dat Healey?
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    John Wheatley, R.I.P.

    Just got the word that John passed away a couple of days ago. I believe he was 90 years old.

    After some correspondence following a long-distance introduction made by Norman Nock, I first...
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    Re: Corona Virus Sanity

    Hear, hear. Speaking as a repeat event organizer myself it's almost like when the event itself arrives it's a relief. The hard work, the creative work, the problem-solving work has been done by the...
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    2020 Conclave CANCELLED

    Breaking News: Just received word that this year's Conclave is cancelled.
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    Re: Healeys at Goodwood

    Now THAT'S a proper hardtop! Crikey!
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    Re: Healeys at Goodwood

    I hope you didn't change the radio station selection. DMH hates it when you do that. Don't ask me how I know.
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    Re: Healeys at Goodwood

    Thanks Neil. Our paths probably crossed sometime in those days. I stayed with David and Robina on trips through the UK in that era (long story, but I was in the US Army and traveling from MacDill...
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    Re: Safety-wiring knock-offs

    I have the ACME top for sale, although it's for - and currently installed on - a 100, not a six-cylinder Healey.
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    Re: Safety-wiring knock-offs

    And if anyone is interested in a hardtop like this one, contact me via email or PM. I'll soon have one available.
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    Re: Healeys at Goodwood

    I had a ride in OAC 1 in the latter 1980s when it was still owned by David Matthews and before it was reunited with its hardtop panels. Yes, it was a roadster for a time. If I recall correctly, the...
  24. “Healey: Cars for Speed & Glamour” Exhibition

    Received this via email today and am passing it along for the good of the order:


    Heritage & Culture Warwickshire are delighted to announce its exciting summer exhibition “Healey: Cars for Speed...
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    Re: Bought Another One

    The wing mirrors have already been removed by the PO.

    This will be a very "sympathetic restoration" - a minimally invasive operation - and other than getting whatever mechanical work it needs to...
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