1960 Morris Minor
Project that got out of hand. A lot of body mods like fastback and 48 Buick grill. Sits on 2001 blazer chassis and floor pan. Body stretched 14” and fenders widened 3” to fit chassis. Ride tech air suspension, vintage air, Dakota digital gauges.
Like I said project that got out of hand, but well worth it. Drives and handles great!
For over 35 years, I was a British car wrench, and one of my favorites were Rover 2000 TCs: my first car was a customer's 1971, which got totaled when a Bug ran a red light and t-boned it.
I spent the next 33 years in search of one and here she is: Margaret, a 1967 P6, largely a survivor car...that gets USED!
Here she is at a rallycross, near Denver, last year: after many years away from auto crossing, the old girl set one of the faster times of the day!
1968 Austin Cooper S
We bought this car twenty years ago and spent about ten years restoring it. It was originally red with a black rood but we went with MINI Electric Blue with an Old English white roof. Just about everything has been updated/upgraded and it even has heated seats! It is a blast to drive! A couple years ago, I was able to meet the legendary Paddy Hopkirk, winner of the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally in a Mini Cooper S. He was very nice and signed our sun visor!
This is my 1958 right hand drive Austin A35 2 door Saloon. Car was built on 7 May 1958 and sent to Car Mart (Welsh Harp Limited) in London. Sometime after 2001 it was brought to the US and was restored by a father and son team in Macon, GA. I bought the car from them in 2016. It has a 950cc "A" series engine and a four speed manual transmission.