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The auction ends on June, 1, so if you’re interested, don’t delay! Here’s a car that handles like nothing else on the road. This 2005 Lotus Elise was bought new in Texas on July 25th 2004. We know this because the first owner kept a log book, which the subsequent two owners have also used to log all the maintenance. The log book is immaculate, and the car was loved and cared-for in the very...
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Find Parts & Accessories For The Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite. Manufactured by the British Motor Corporation, the Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite was manufactured at the MG sports car factory in Abingdon, Berkshire. The car was originally designed by the Donald Healey Motor Company, who profited by the form of a royalty payment. The Bugeye Sprite first went on sale at a price of £669, which featured...
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We're both happy and sad to announce that autographed copies of "Spritely Years" are now sold out and no longer available. John's extended his thanks to everyone who's purchased a copy, and he appreciates the ongoing support of Spridget enthusiasts throughout the world. There **may** be a few...
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Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite Hot Rod built by Ken Voss. A very fast custom car with a supercharged Chevy small block. It is truly a thrill ride, 500 HP and 1800 pound supercharged Austin Healey bugeye sprite hot rod. The weight to horse power ratio theoretically gives it a quarter mile ET of 8.9...
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Quick idea on what we offer: Street & SCCA race fiberglass noses, widebody fenders, decklids, tonneau covers for Bugeye, 1275, & 1500cc Midget/Sprites. Custom Headers, Alloy Flywheels, race parts for Spridgets. Stock pieces, used pieces, new pieces. We are a Brighton, MI based retailer of...
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Update: 5-19-2013 Sunday 10:36 AM. SpriteCruise 2013 is now history. The total Cruise miles were 238.5 as recorded by my red Bugeye. The weather was beautiful and got into the 80s. No one had any major mechanical problems with their 55 year old Sprites and all the Square bodies faired well too. Our thanks to Jack Merryman, David Doiron, Dean Hedin, Del Border for the excellent presentations all...
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Once the motor and transmission were in place, the driveshaft was attached to the rear axle. A few volts later, and the wheels were spinning. Sort of. There was a minor panic session as the left rear wheel engaged briefly and then stopped spinning. Assuming the worst, I hypothesized that the motor shaft coupler (see post #7) had spun loose. Or, perhaps the transmission (which I’d never actually...
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Bugeye Technologies provides flight grips flight sticks yokes flight controls cockpits multifunction displays simulated avionics rudder pedals ejection seats and other simulated flight controls to the flight simulation industry. Bugeye Technologies Flight Controls F-16,F-18,F-22,F-35, A-10, UH-60, CH-46, AH-64, cockpits.
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The Sprite Car Club of Australia (Inc) Inc. caters for the interests of owners, drivers and fans of Austin Healey Sprites and MG Midgets in New South Wales. You will find similar Clubs in Victoria and South Australia. Started in June 1960, we have the honour of being the oldest continuously running Sprite and Midget club in the world. In the following pages, you'll find information on our Club...
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We sell, consign, purchase, and locate cars of interest for folks that appreciate them. We always carry an eclectic selection of classics. Whether you are wanting that perfect Sunday driver, a project car, or a higher end investment, we probably have a car that you will enjoy! I have been passionate about cars since I was a kid in the '50's and '60's and bought my first car while in high...
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The "Bugeye" was built from 1958 through 1960 at which time it was replaced by the MkII Sprite and the MkI Midget. All told, almost 50,000 Bugeye's, including those assembled from CKD kits were built. The Italian Sprites were also built on the Bugeye chassis but with a different body. In addition to the 50,000 or so Bugeyes about 75,000 square body Sprites and 225,000 MG Midgets were produced...
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In the mid-1950s companies within the lumbering BMC combine were producing a wide variety of cars large and small, to satisfy the post-war appetite for up-to-the-minute motor-cars. A gap though remained un-plugged in BMC's line-up, one that cars such as sporting versions of the Austin 7 and to a lesser extent the Morris Minor had fitted into prior to WW2. They had no small, affordable sportscar...
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David works garage classic repairs & parts in Singapore. Welcome! I hope that this site provides you with a better insight on motoring as a form of leisure, sport and lifestyle. Remember, we don't love qualities, we love sometimes by reason of their defects as well as their qualities. Quality parts and services for all your vintage and classic car needs. Don't compromise when it comes to...
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Little British Car Company, Ltd. is a supplier of quality classic British (and other) car parts and accessories. We always strive to have excellent customer service and lower prices. Suppliers of Moto-Lita, Gunson and Pertronix brands. We supply MG Parts, TR Parts, Triumph Parts, Austin Healey Parts, Jag Parts, Jag Bits, Sprite Parts, Midget Parts, Spitfire Parts, Bugeye Parts, Frog Eye Parts,...
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