[Healeys] Another Key Story
michaelsalter at gmail.com
Wed Aug 24 08:07:01 MDT 2016
Not wanting to "One up" but here is a crazy key story...
My dad bought a new EH model Holden in our home town in New Zealand.
[image: Image result for EH holden]
It was light brown with a white top. (YUCK).
On the second day of ownership he parked it on the main street in Dunedin
and went into the bank.
Came out of the bank (probably worried about how he was going to pay for
his new car) and drove home to pick up Mom and go out to friends for dinner.
Mom, ever observant said." I thought the new car had a white
Mom and Dad head back to the bank to discover a new Holden, with a white
roof parked a couple back from where Dad had, he thought, parked.
Using the one key he moved the white roof car out of the spot, parked the
brown roof car in the spot, and they went off to dinner...
Life was simpler back then..
On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 7:11 PM, Jack Feldman <qualitas.jack at gmail.com>
> Since we are telling key stories, here is mine:
> I had a BugEye as my daily driver and my friend had a Nash Metropolitan.
> Both used a lot of common parts. One of these was the combination ignition
> lock/light switch.
> One day I was sitting in his car waiting for him and happened to look at
> his ignition lock. It had the same number as my BugEye, and the keys were
> the same.
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