david, methinks a good early morn healey run would clear the fog from your
ps. my mind is clear from the healey run today to and from ntahc tech sat. and
my motor is the right shade of green, or is it ?????
> Egad, man!!! Look at the untold mayhem, uncertainty, disillusion, and
> confusion thou hast wrought!!!!
> And shall the great driving force, the source of all power, be painted light
> ethereal green, as the sea? -Or shall it be dark, and foreboding green, as the
> mud, or the frog, or the deep forest moss?
> And all the knights whose steeds are of the bloodline wrought of the name
> "Longbridge" shall curse thy name, for fear that their pristine mount is, in
> fact, a horse of a different color!
> Thou hast cast doubt upon all of Healeydom that shalt wreak pain and suffering
> upon all concours freaks for lo' a thousand years and more.....
> Good Job Man!!!!!
> -Further, methinks I shouldst refrain from correspondence with this, most
> reverent and intrepid band, whilst in sway of the produce of the grape, in the
> wee hours of the morning....
> David W. Jones
> '62 Mk II BT7 tricarb
> Cumberland, RI USA
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: 57 Healey
> To: Jim Lesher ; Editorgary@aol.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: healeys@Autox.Team.Net
> Sent: Friday, January 07, 2005 9:35 PM
> Subject: Re: Engine Colors and Longbridge/Abingdon transition (long)
> It looks too dark to be Healey Green. 33799 is pretty early. One
> question is that the auction mentions that he has two engines. Is the
> one we are seeing the original engine? I have emailed him asking for
> the engine number.
> From the cars we have heard from on the list from spring of 1957, we
> all are seeing Healey Green engines. Mine and Mick's were both built
> in April, Don's is very early, built in January.
> I would think this could be the scenario, but Don's car predates the one on
> Early Longbridge BN4 with 2 port head - Morris Green
> Later Longbridge BN4 with 2 port head - Healey Green
> Last Longbridge BN4 with 6 port head - Morris Green
> Abington BN4 with 6 port head - Healey Green
> Like I said, my motor is supposed to be painted very soon, I want to
> get this right!
> On Fri, 07 Jan 2005 20:49:58 -0500, Jim Lesher <email@example.com>
> > bn4 guys - check out ebay item 4518003736
> > supposedly BN4L -0-33799, and look at last pic which shows engine
> > does this look like morris green?
> > jim lesher
> Patton Dickson - Richmond, TX
> '57 A-H 100-Six - http://Austin-Healeys.com
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