Went to look at an early 100 - Dec 20 build - today. Unfortunately it
was a mess - shroud, fenders and doors unattached. Suspect body work
- the gas tank looked to big for the trunk and overall questionable
for restoration. It was sad. It was not a 100M and most likely will
get parted out.
BN1 #923 Coronet Cream
BJ8 Just a great car
--- On Tue, 4/29/08, Kent McLean <email@example.com> wrote:
From: Kent McLean <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [Healeys] 100 M Identification
Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2008, 1:12 PM
Rich C wrote:
> I quite agree. It's becoming quite refreshing these days to see a nice
> clean stock Hundred
that's not all tarted up with options.
You won't see mine as a nice clean stock 100. It sits as I bought it
in '74 -- needing to be restored. No money, no time, a house, a wife,
kids, a divorce, no money, no time...
'56 100 BN2
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