Thanks for the information. It was CARL Swanson who drove my car and when I
had it, the car was 2-litre. I've answered other questions earlier I
----- Original Message -----
From: ALAN N. TAYLOR <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <TRBILBO@aol.com>; <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2000 10:00 PM
Subject: Re: TR
> At 09:32 PM 8/20/00 EDT, TRBILBO@aol.com wrote:
> >Kas...I have seen the "Kastner/Brophy Vitesse advertised before. Don't
> >if this is the same thing. Could you shed a little light on the history
> >the "K/B" Vitesse?
> >Also have heard of a racing Vitesse refered to as "Rocket's car",
> >in reference to the owner or driver. Heard this? Make sense to you? Again
> >history would be appreciated.
> >Thanks in advance,
> >Billy B.
> I know both of these cars as they are in the southeast. The
> 'Kastner/Brophy' car was driven by Paul Swanson (I think)and has a 2.5
> litre engine and 5-speed and is very fast. It currently resides in
> Highlands, NC between a Abarth "Double Bubble" and a Mazda Argo. It is
> owned by Ralph Thomas who is a nice guy and good driver. The 'Mike Rocket'
> car is all Triumph with a 2-litre engine and GT6 style gearbox. It is in
> the Atlanta area and owned by Doug Campbell who is an excellent driver. I
> came close to buying it last year but came to my senses since there are
> ex SCCA TR4's and a Kelly American car in my garage already. Hope this
> helps....Alan Taylor