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There is nothing like an Austin-Healey Sprite. Well, you could just pickup a Miata, but it would never have as much character as one of these little bugeyes.
The Austin-Healey Sprite is a small open sports car which was produced in the United Kingdom from 1958 to 1971. The Sprite was announced to the press in Monte Carlo by the British Motor Corporation on 20 May 1958, two days after that year's Monaco Grand Prix.It was intended to be a low-cost model that "a chap could keep in his bike shed", yet be the successor to the sporting versions of the ...
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The 1960 Austin Healey Sprite Steve Maas, Long Beach, California, USA. July, 2006 . I'm not sure what got me started on the idea of getting a classic sports car. Perhaps my general interest in classic British iron, exemplified by my five British bikes, somehow led me to the conclusion that I really needed to have one of these.Indeed, back in my wild and profligate youth, I had a Triumph TR4A.
This 3000 Mk I is a LHD model built in August 1960 originally finished in Ivory White with a black top/upholstery. The seller has owned an Austin-Healey restoration shop for ~40 years, and reportedly bought this car from its original owner in 1996 with 58k miles.
Thread: Bugeye roll bar advice Discuss the Austin Healey Sprite and the MG Midget. Two different but similar cars sometimes referred to collectively as the Spridget.
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Yep, case is grounded. The MGAguru site is what I have been using to try to figure this thing out. I have been in touch with Barney Gaylord, the author of the article, by email a couple of times, but still haven't gotten the gauge to function normally.
So I finally drove my bugeye around today! Put new oil in and it feels pretty good. I adjusted the valves and wanted to do a static timing, but when I followed the directions and guidance of the John Twist video online here, it just made it worse...