[Healeys] Survival rate of the Healey
richchrysler at quickclic.net
Thu Dec 20 10:22:43 MST 2007
That extremely generous figure sounds more like wishful thinking of a parts
supplier. I'd guess more like the 13000 survivors in whatever condition that
Baird Foster "guesstimated" a couple of years ago. There have simply been
way too many crashed, parted out for the almighty dollar, and simply used
year round when new, only to rot away in the northern (salt used) regions
within their first 5 to 8 years.
I personally know of too many cases where 2 or 3 cars were parted out to
make one roadworthy car.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray Juncal" <healeyray at yahoo.com>
To: "Tadeusz Malkiewicz" <tadeusz.malkiewicz at plusnet.pl>
Cc: "List Healey" <healeys at autox.team.net>
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2007 2:33 AM
Subject: Re: [Healeys] Survival rate of the Healey
>I heard somewhere that Moss figures there are 50,000 Healeys out there
>somewhere. I think that includes possibles still in waiting as well as
>runners all models. Does that sound like a reasonable number?
> Ray Juncal
> Tadeusz Malkiewicz <tadeusz.malkiewicz at plusnet.pl> wrote: Well, forgive my
> curiosity, but I have to ask: what is the survival rate of
> the 100, 100/6 and the 3000? How many are there still around?
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