I can tell you several things. Hambro was a dominate dealer in New York City
and may have been one of the main importers. Laminated windshields were
standard in the us composed of three plys - glass, something in between and
glass the effect of which was that the glass did not shatter but cracked
into pieces when struck. Still the standard as far as I know. My facts may
be a little off but I am sure that I will be soon corrected, if so. And,
that is the beauty of this list -- everyone keeping everyone else honest!
John Sims, BN6
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Subject: [Healeys] Just got the BMIHT certificate for my BN2
I just got my certificate, and found out the car was initially Duotone:
Ivory White and black.
It was also destined to Hambro Trading in US and had heater, wire wheels and
laminated windscreen as fitted options.
Was the white/black duotone popular for a BN2?
What is Hambro Trading? The car was bought in NJ - was it a local dealer?
What is laminated windscreen??...
Many thanks, Tadek
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