Kurt sold the 1960 BN7 for $90,000 at the Gooding Auction today.
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From: "Al Adams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Healeys" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, January 17, 2009 8:32 PM
Subject: Re: [Healeys] B/J Auction
> Lot 976 was not the same light metallic green BJ8 previously auctioned at
> B-J. Kurt had our British Car Club visit his shop on January 3, 2009 and
> none of his cars were finished. The metallic green BJ8 still needed the
> complete interior, top and alot of other details done to it.
> Al Adams
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> From: "BJ8Healeys" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Sent: Saturday, January 17, 2009 7:00 AM
> Subject: Re: [Healeys] B/J Auction
>> Concours does not deduct points for a car painted Metallic Golden Beige
>> has a chassis number too low to have been originally that color, nor does
>> deduct points for a paint job in the non-original color for that chassis
>> More interesting to me is current Lot 976, the light metallic green BJ8
>> was also offered as Lot 976 in the B-J auction in 2007. If the VIN that
>> provided to me by someone at the auction was read correctly off the
>> the BJ8 registry had already recorded that car as "scrapped". That was
>> based on information provided to me in May 2003 from the person who
>> out the car. Only the I.D. plates remained from the original car.
>> Steve Byers
>> BJ8 Registry
>> Havelock, NC USA
>> "The one that STILL blows my mind is the Tanner BJ-8 in GBM
>> w/proper red interior that went for 3 figures the year before
>> last IIRC AND with Mike Joy holding the BMIHT Cert IN HIS
>> HAND which (laid out dramatically in the car's boot) said the
>> car SHOULD be White w/black interior<VBG>!!!
>> Even Mike couldn't believe it!! <G>!
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