[Healeys] What have I got?

Bob Johnson bjsbj8 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 27 15:14:43 MST 2012

If anyone wants a picture, I can do that. Dallas sounds very certain. I
wouldn't argue against that idea.

Bob Johnson

On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 5:07 PM, Bob Johnson <bjsbj8 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I had another bag that I considered the tool bag. Roughly the same size
> that opened on the long side. I think that one atually had a tool or two in
> it when I bought the car, but they were not correct Healey tools. I don't
> think that a tonneau could be forced into this bag. The tonneau bows had
> there own separate armacord fitted carrier bag (went with car). Jack bag is
> a possibility, but that round jack would look odd in a flat bag.
> What I did not say in the original post was that the bag is black and the
> fabric side is dark green.
> Still wondering,
> Bob Johnson
>  On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 4:37 PM, Tom Felts <tomfelts at windstream.net>wrote:
>> Sounds exactly like the jack bag for my 66 E-Type---so---maybe the same
>> for the Healey??  Although I've never had a jack bag for my BJ8 of 33 years.
>> tom
>> ---- Bob Johnson <bjsbj8 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> =============
>>  Since my car has gone (sold), I've been going through some leftover
>> parts
>> and stuff. I found a "bag" that I cannot identify. It is flat and about 13
>> inches wide by 21.5-22 inches long. Has a flap on the long end that folds
>> over about 6" on the long end with two tie ribbons. Material is a black
>> oil
>> cloth like material. Anyone have any ideas what it is/was for?
>> Bob Johnson
>> used to be BJ8
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