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15.05.2006 :: 123ignition, fantastic distributors for fantastic classic cars, now available at Brits'n'Pieces
The ignition-system in a classic car is often the source of many problems. After many years the mechanical system is worn, and replacement of the points with an optical or magnetical setup, does not m...

28.03.2006 :: Reborn Healey a Swede dream
The famous Healey 3000 is blasting back - and amazingly, the reborn sports car will be based on a top-secret project from Sweden! HFI Automotive, the firm behind the new Healey, is looking at reworkin...

03.03.2006 :: Cold Cash: Healey Begins Accepting Deposits for Unnamed Speedster
WARWICK, England — HFI Automotive, the British company that recently acquired Healey Automobile Consultants (HAC), which controls the famous Healey brand, is wasting no time in getting a new Healey on...

01.02.2006 :: Healey marque roars back
One of the most famous names in British sports car building is back! The legendary Healey badge is set to return in 2007 after an absence of more than 30 years. New company managing director Tim Fenna...

16.01.2006 :: Details emerging of Austin Healey revival
This actually looks fairly serious, folks. The Daily Telegraph reported that HFI, the British-American consortium that purchased the rights to the Healey name, may launch a new "Healey 3000" at this y...

15.09.2005 :: Project Tempest - Sportcars made in UK
Professor Krish Bhaskar who formerly led the Triple A bid for failed MG Rover Group Ltd, has unveiled his vision for the future, following the sale of the Longbridge based business to China’s Nanjing ...

15.07.2005 :: Project Kimber: the last chance to save MG
David James CBE, the corporate doctor who saved the Millennium Dome, has put together a British backed bid to save MG Rover from falling into Chinese ownership.A spokesman for the bid - called Project...