It doesn't make it cheaper, but at $100 Gary's Kip cap
is cheaper than the one I buy for my M5. Besides, it
is always more enjoyable to buy parts for the
Healey... Almost feels like the money is going to
charity. I never get that feeling buying BMW parts.
Thank you Gary for working with the quality parts
--- Mark and Kathy <email@example.com>
> So much for rebuilding and using my old distributor.
> Mallory is looking
> pretty good after hearing that price.
> Tune-ups used to be pretty cheap maintenance for our
> cars. Most of us can't
> afford to change that cap too many times.
> Now is that the Concourse cap Gary? How much for
> the one that most of us
> would buy?
> > ------- Start of forwarded message -------
> > From: Editorgary@aol.com
> > Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 01:15:00 EDT
> > Subject: Distrib caps
> >> 2) I haven't had good luck with aftermarket caps
> ... I use genuine Lucas
> >> (I
> >> know, they're expensive--if you can get them)
> > Kip Motors in Texas now has reproduced the
> original Lucas caps to original
> > specs and quality, working with Holden's in
> England. For the BN7, they're
> > just a hair under $100, but they are identical to
> original in all
> > respects.
> > Cheers
> > Gary
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