Thanks for the pictures, I never get tired of looking at Healeys and yours
is especially nice. You look like a tall fellow did you have to move the
seat back? Also, is that black dot on the shroud by the windshield for an
antenna? Again great pictures and I know you are very proud.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Huber" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 11, 2010 7:38 AM
Subject: [Healeys] Healey goes home
> Hello Healey listers,
> Just short of 3 years after buying a disassembled 64 BJ8 Phase I, and 2
> years and 3 months after starting work on the car at BMC Restorations with
> Peter Brauen in Kiln, Mississippi, I drove her home yesterday 120 miles to
> Baton Rouge. What a thrill! Peter only worked on the car while I was
> so of course the schedule was limited by my availability. What a delight,
> driving a car that I've wanted since high school in the early 70's. She's
> mine, and she's home. A dream come true.
> Not quite finished yet though. As you can see from the pictures, I still
> need to install the grill and attach the front bumper. A bigger task is
> putting together the convertible top frame and getting the top on. I'm
> going to attempt to do those myself at home over the next several weeks.
> I was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of some detailed
> instructions for reassembling the frame and installing the convertible top
> on it. I have Norman Nock's Tech Talk book but I don't see any reference
> this particular task.
> Thanks to all who have answered questions and helped me find parts. It's
> been fantastic having you all in the Healey brotherhood as a resource.
> maybe I can start to become one myself.
> 64 BJ8 Phase I
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