[Healeys] New Member Introduction
healeydoc at sbcglobal.net
Fri Dec 5 10:40:19 MST 2008
Frank, welcome to Healey Land. Are you thinking about returning the
car to its original drive train or leaving it with the V8 either way
its great to have another Healey on the road.
We are a local British car restoration shop and only about 45
minutes away. We always have several Healey's here that you can come
by and take a look at any time. We also can supply you with what ever
parts you may need.
We also have a local Healey Club based out of the Bay Area if you are
interested the web site for the club is www.goldengatehealeys.com
we are having our annual christmas party this Sunday and you are
welcome to attend. Also this June we are hosting the annual Healey
Rendezvous Meet in Jackson at the Jackson Rancheria.
British Car Specialists
Stockton Ca 95205
On Dec 5, 2008, at 7:56 AM, <frank.powell at quixotecorp.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> My name is Frank Powell and I just got a 1956 Healey 100 BN2 from my
> father. I live in the Sacramento, California area. The car has a Ford
> 302, AOD automatic, front disc brakes, and an original Healey rear
> The body is in pretty good shape: 1 rear fender having previously
> repaired damage and the trunk lid is rusted along the bottom edge. I
> want the car to look mostly stock but I will most likely install newer
> seats and possibly a roll bar.
> Are there are any completed 100-4 cars in my area that I could look
> inspect? My car doesn't have the body on it (I don't have the space to
> store it at my house) and I need to know what kind of space
> I have for the radiator and roll bar (if I decide to install one).
> Thank you,
> Frank Powell
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