Hear! Hear! A Healey is one of the most difficult restorations because of a
very complex chassis/bulkhead structure. Spot weld removal can go on for
The combination of aluminum and steel panels requires additional
I'd look for a simpler, but collectable car make to start off with.
A Bugeye or TR3 perhaps, then decide if big Healeys make sense.
The good thing about British cars is the great availability of parts.
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Rich, one thing that you did not mention...but it might be worthwhile for
Ralph to hear... is how much time/labor it requires to actually do a
restoration. The number of man (woman?) hours that it takes to perform a
restoration would limit the number of cars he's likely to be able to deal
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