I like those engine shots of the Austin Healey.
On the subject of classics, I read that the UK Jensen Interceptor is to be reborn.
In the 60's it was a class act. Hopefully it can be again.
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FWIW the Nash Healey has been rather overlooked in 'Enthusiast' circles.
Not a bad car in it's day and quite a decent record at le mans.
I can't see why we need a re-birth of the Interceptor.
I had a mate who was so keen on them he bought one for himself and one for his wife!!
Mark wasn't the sharpest scalpel in the surgerey .......
He lost his enthusiasm when the FF transmission on his care imploded and Cath's vehicle suffered a cracked rear window after she fired it up after a ski weekend, the heated rear 'blister' was unhappy with the ambient temperature.
Aside from the jaw dropping costs involved the replacement parts and repairs took over 6 months to complete.
"Illegitimum non carborundum".
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