Member ID: Big6MarkMember Status: Free Member
Springfield, OR, USA
Member Since: 2007-11-21
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AMGCR Tech Editor. Have owned an Austin-Healey 3000 since 1974, a 3000 Mk III between 1977 and 1989, an automatic 1968 MGC GT between 1978 and 1980, My current MGC GT, "The LUMP" since 1980, and recently collected a 1968 automatic roadster that was missing the engine (which I already had) and the transmission. Trying to restore the LUMP and get it back on the road.
5 Vehicles -- Total mileage: 382,022 mi (614,805 km) -- Average age: 1967
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Posted on: Friday June 8, 2012
One Saturday I wanted to do something with my new girlfriend and decided to pick her up as soon as she got home from work and drive to the summit of the McKenzie Pass and watch the sunset. For years the road over the Old McKenzie Pass has been my favorite road to drive in a sports car. Officially known as Oregon Highway 242, it begins about 50 miles east from our home where it turns off of Oregon Highway 126 at about the 1600 ft elevation. As it climbs through the forest it follows an old w...
Posted on: Friday January 13, 2012
When my older brother bought the Healey in 1970 I knew that the previous owner had been killed in action in Vietnam that previous year. After I took possesion of the car I had asked the DMV for past records looking to see how many previous owners there had been. In those days you recieved photocopies of every piece of paper that was in the car file with the State. None of the names or addresses were "blacked out" either. I learned that there had been three other owners after the car was tran...
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