[Healeys] I’d plate

Curtis Arndt cnaarndt at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 14:31:36 MDT 2020


As you can see from my three tags in the attached photo, what is printed on
the Heritage Certificate is not exactly how the tags were printed.

I've attached a draft copy of a short article I wrote on the most obvious
changes to the 100s from early BN1 to the last BN2.  It has a lot of
photos, and was done in response to all the questions that I'm typically
asked at AH car shows and events.  And while just a draft, it's 95%
complete, I hope to have it finished this week with added photos.  Until
you get your copy of the Concours Guidelines, this should help.

I submitted this to the Concours Committee for inclusion back in early 2019
into the Guidelines, but they weren't interested.  I also asked if the
Committee was interested in a similar article on the six cylinder cars, and
again no interest as I was told that this information was already covered?
Not to this detail, but hey, what do I know?  I'm working on a similar
article for the six cylinder cars and should have it completed by the end
of the Summer, and on my Blog site that should also be up and running by
then.  I'll keep you posted.

As I mentioned when I restored your trafficator switch, call me anytime
with questions.  That is of course after you've read the Factory Service
Manual, Owner's Handbook, Factory Parts manual and the Concours Guidelines
to get your answers ;-^)



On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 5:34 PM Charles Schott <schottc at knology.net> wrote:

> Curtis,
> This is the response I received from Todd Clarke who makes replacement
> tags. My Heritage Certificate (attached) does not show a "M" at the end. Is
> it possible that my engine was built by Austin?
> Regards,
> Charlie
> ------------------------------
> *From: *"Todd Clarke" <clarkespares at att.net>
> *To: *"Charles Schott" <schottc at knology.net>
> *Sent: *Monday, July 13, 2020 9:43:47 AM
> *Subject: *Re: I’d plate
> Charles,
> Thanks for the message. I don't recall if you called in the order or sent
> by e-mail (can't find a copy)....did I miss the "M".
> The "M" indicates the engine was put together by Morris. Engines were also
> put together by Austin which
> do not have an "M". As far as I know no one knows when or why the
> different engines were fitted but I suspect it was matter of supply and
> demand.
> Of course the BMHT should have all the info. and the eng. number should be
> noted on the Build Cert. they offer. Do you have
> a build sheet?
> Let me know how you want to proceed.
> Regards,
> Todd
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