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HEA4K.

Post by Trevithick »

First may I say many thanks to Tony and all involved in keeping this old machine alive.
As some may know I've been toying with the idea of a Healey for some time and a few weeks back I heard that this one could be coming up for grabs, so grab I have.
HEA is now off to Cornwall to continue the small amount of works and to be used as was meant to be.
At present I am getting stuck in rush hour traffic around Bristol, what a way to break into Healeyship.

Air suspension and small block Chevy engine ordered ready for fitting. :wink:
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Post by Jens »

Great surprise and well done Mark.

A new custodian for another first (fourth?) production car. Is it the earliest Jensen Healey in existence?
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Post by Eddie »

Tony has passed HEA onto a worthy new Jensen owner.

I am sure this will become a very rapid machine in time.
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Post by Pymmie »

Glad I could help in getting 2 great Jensen

custodians in contact.

HEA 4K is in good hands and will be well used

and well looked after by Finches Garage.

John P
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Understeer - Hitting the fence with the front of the car
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Well, no doubt now in a very good home.

Look after it. You will.
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I'm not a stickler for originality with my cars, especially given that I just poked a 4L60E GM transmission in my Interceptor, but I'm don't have a historical car, nor one as nice looking as yours (although mine is pretty cool).

Anyway - it's your car, but it's only original once (if it is right now).

Good luck with the mod.
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Welcome to Cornwall, bloody soaked.
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Looked good earlier, kept the roof down until the Cornish border then it all went a bit biblical flood conditions. 10/10 to the car it handled it well albeit a bit leaky.
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Hi Rocky,

I'm sure that it's more than safe to assume that the modifications were mentioned with tongue firmly in cheek,

Regards,
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Thanks, brother...

I am never sure if I am correctly understanding Cornwhalean humour....


:)
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Starting to find out what I've bought.
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Hope you enjoy the car .It looks to be in very good hands ....Mike
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Well done Mark, well done Tony.
Tons of pictures of your car here:
https://revslib.stanford.edu/?utf8=%E2% ... =Search...

I've heard the J-Hs are great fun in the alps (hint, hint Mark: Swiss Int Meet 2018)
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Cheers Felix. I intend that HEA will travel as much as the SP.
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Trevithick wrote:Cheers Felix. I intend that HEA will travel as much as the SP.
Just not quite as quickly :lol:
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