Please feel free to contact me if you are have any questions about any of these cars. I can also recomend (or not) parts suppliers and restoration services as well.
1956 Austin Healey BN/2 Le Mans
In January, 2013, BMC Classics completed a complete, nuts and bolt, rottiserie restoration of a 1956 Austin Healey 100 BN2 Le Mans.
Being a "Le Mans", it has all the correct "M" spec dealer installed Le Mans performance upgrades. The car has all matching numbers, and was originally Healey Ice Blue Metallic. More...
1962 MGA Mark II DeLuxe
In December of 2009, I located and purchased an MGA Mark II Deluxe. They are one of the rarest, vintage British cars (only 255 were ever produced).
Besides their limited numbers, Deluxe's are arguably the most desirable of all MGA's because they combine the performance of a Twin Cam with the reliability of the 1622cc pushrod engine. More...
In 1999, the folks at Willy America restored a 1961 Willys Wagon 4X4 L-6 226 for me. I sold it around the same time as I sold my FJ 45 Wagon
In 2000, Jonathon Ward at TLC restored an FJ 45 Wagon for me. It had a VA Vortec engine, OME suspension, perhaps the best FJ45 wagon ever.
I had it for about 5 years before I sold it to the country singer Alan Jackson and bought a Jeep Unlimited Rubicon.
In 2006, I contacted Lucas at GoWesty and had him source and restore a 1991 Vanagon Weekender for me.It was great for piling in the kids and going camping, reggae festivals etc. I sold it to my sister Jamie in 2010.