Scary to think you could recreate that scene with a couple of tuner cars
watching one of our Healeys drive by and it would be pretty much the same time
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Subject: [Healeys] from Land's End to NYC
Date: Saturday, February 20, 2010, 12:35 PM
Funny how the brain works.
In the recent Land's End thread, Alan mentioned
"another dented bonnet" with regard to the model sitting on
the Healey....which reminded me of photographer Peter Gales.
His 2009 obit is near the bottom of this page.
So what's the Healey connection?
The "dented bonnet" also reminds me of a Kodak Colorama which
was viewable in Grand Central Terminal in NYC in 1959.
It was taken, I believe, by the same Peter Gales in Pasadena, California.
Seems the MGA and Healey 3000 might have been subjected to a few
minor dents during this photo shoot. Are they intentionally ignoring the
bugeye sprite in the background?
You can view a tiny version of the 18 ft by 60 ft colorama image here.
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