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Einszett Interviewed at Detail Fest
Created: May 23, 2011
Einszett Interviewed at Detail Fest 2011
Created: April 08, 2011
Some customers have asked us to share with them how to achieve the best results when applying heat seal or 'iron on' emblems and patches to their garments. As we have both commercial and home based customers, we've created two very easy to follow guides.
1965 Austin-Healey Sprite/MG Midget Water Pump Replacement
Created: April 07, 2011
The impeller in these aluminum bodied pumps is long lasting cast iron, not cheaper stamped steel as in many aftermarket pumps. Use of a high capacity water pump helps to reduce cavitation in the water jacket, particularly at high RPM, as well as circulating a greater volume of coolant. (this is a good thing)
1961-1971 Austin-Healey Sprite (& MG Midget)
Created: February 04, 2011
1961-1971 Austin-Healey Sprite (&MG Midget) The 1961-1971 Austin-Healey Sprite was the restyled successor to the Mark I "bug-eye" Sprite, with a squared-up nose and tail grafted onto the original main body section.
Mini Identification: Identifying Non Standard Minis
Created: February 13, 2006
Introduction Getting Started Why Correct Identification is Necessary What to Know to Identify Minis Identification by Chassis Number/VIN – Standard Cars Identifying Minis by Engine/Power Unit Mini Mini History Identifying Minis by Mark Identifying Non Standard Minis Minis Built
Created: February 13, 2006
Created: February 13, 2006
Use our Visual Interactive Matrix. A step by step guide to Mini identification.
Created: February 13, 2006
Identify your classic mini by chassis/VIN number
Created: June 19, 2000
The relationship built up between the British Motor Corporation and motorsport celebrity Donald Healey in the 1950’s resulted in the creation of the Austin Healey 100 sportscar, a vehicle which enjoyed considerable sales success, particularly in the important North American continent.
Spec Sprite Spreads
Created: March 13, 2000
More and more dealers are offering inexpensive race ready vintage racing Spec Sprites to buy or rent on an arrive and drive basis. The 1967, 1275cc Sprite in full street stock trim is the basis for a low cost, yet fun historic vintage sports car for racing.
Created: January 30, 2000
NOTE: These specs provide details of the maximum that can be done to the car from street stock specification, NOT THE MINIMUM! For some time there has been a need for a class that will echo the days when a would-be racer on a budget could go production-class racing in street drivable and licensable car.