[Healeys] Hidden for a Half Century / 1940 Barn Dodge ( Not Healey)
healey.nut at gmail.com
Tue Dec 16 21:27:29 MST 2008
Try driving my '52 Austin Atlantic. Good fun but I never would have bought
one of these new, the car is not all that easy to drive compared to the
Healey. Strangely the A90 is far more substantially built, but the Healey
is far easier to drive. Floor shift in those old cars is there for a
reason. New cars, I'd probably rather have column shift though!
2008/12/17 Leonard Berkowitz <drberkowitz at hotmail.com>
> I also have a classic 1950 Dodge Coronet 4 door sedan with Gyromatic
> Transmission which I find it to be an absolute delight. Mine also has a
> history, but not quite as amazing as this one. When I restored it (actually
> restoration was mostly done by Malcolm Jennings in Westbury NY) we found it
> to be almost perfect under the old paint. So good, that we left the
> original under coating untouched prior to applying new paint. The body
> required only repair of the right rear fender and replacing or replating
> most of the brite metal. The most amazing feature is that you get to really
> see how amazing my 63 BJ7 really was, compared to the cars of it's day.
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