I didn't find a pic of the 4x4......wonder if it will look like a 'Diahatsu
Move' with bug eyes?
From: Ulix Goettsch
To: Kathleen Mills
Cc: GMari58175@aol.com; email@example.com
Subject: Re: 2-1998 Sprite Models Announced
Date: 26 September 1998 5:12
> We may be misinterpreting a little here. Nowhere does it say that this
4x4 is a Sprite. The company is called Sprite and they are making a 4x4.
They are selling a Sprite to attract attention, and a 4x4 as a volume
model. The 4x4 won't have cute little bug-eyes...
On Fri, 25 Sep 1998, Kathleen Mills wrote:
> Sorry George, I don't believe it!
> I checked out the web site and it had me going for a minute. Then I
> the "Sprite 4x4 Workhorse".
> "The Healey Sprite 4x4 Workhorse is primarily a commercial vehicle
> practicality with stylish design at outstanding value. It can be used
> and is
> capable of towing 3 tons and winching 2.5 tons."
> Right! Good one!
> Russ Mills
> '60 Sprite
> GMari58175@aol.com wrote:
> > Greetings List,
> > Had to pass this on...Not make it up honest!
> > Healey Sprite Motor Co. (or something like that) has announced that they
> > releasing both the Healey Sprite Roadster and the Healey Sprite
> > models for 1998. Starting October 21, 1998, they will be taking orders
> > both vehicles at this years Motor Show and from 16 November there will
> > demonstrator model for you to test drive.
> > For those who will be at the Motor show. The cars will be displayed at
> > #376 in Hall 3.
> > Better yet, check out the following web site: Enjoy!
> > www.healey-sprite-motor.co.uk
> > Thanks to Marshall at Midtown Auto in Syracuse for informing me on this!
> > george marinos
> > sprite MKII AN6
> > glen rock, nj