Coyote's Classic Cars
Well done !!
Howdy, friends! Thanks for signing the book!
Nice site. Thanks for including my A. May be the only picture taken in rural southern Virginia.
Three of those red MGA's looked vaguely familiar. You know, I've never been a fan of white cars but Rand's MK2 is such a great looking car, especially with those white spoke wheels.
Love the photos and the writing Coyote!
Good Morning, Dave. Love the pictures and love your car!
Cheers and beers, Paul Konkle
David very sharp but Iris is not in there :( Cheers.
Nice web site. Love the cars!
Good Afternoon... How have you been? We met at El Cajon Wed. Night Car Show in Sept. I think. We chatted for about 10 min. I think you were sitting in a 104. I was the tall guy with the Temecula "QUAID" Harley-Davidson long sleeve Tshirt on. Anyway, you gave me one of your cards and told me if I ever logged onto your website, to be sure and sign your "Guest Book". Well, I was on the San Diego MG Club website's "Links" page, noticed your name there and thought I should log on and sign your book. I don't know whatever happened to your card though. I'll close now. Just thought I'd say HI!. Take care and MERRY CHRISTMAS.... Jeff Miller...
Ruth & Schuyler Hoffman
Super...What a job!
I loved the pics of the Coronado Speedfest. The site has come a long way since you first brought it online. Keep up the great work.
Dewey de Butts
Great site. Thanks for the pix of me and my car at Coronado.
Great photos Coyote...especially the Coronado Speedfest. Always enjoy checking in on your site to see what's new.
Adrian C. Coker
Enjoyed talking with you at Coronado. Thanks for the great pictures.
Thanks for the inspiration to the new windscreen for my MGA. I am still not ready with it, but got som other things done on my car mean while. It is now fitted with an Eaton Kompressor, disc brakes in front and a 5-shift gearbox and runs like a dream! I have never heard of the gearbox conversion until I talked with you over the mail, and bought a kit from Angloparts in Belgium. I'll keep you informed of what happens to the car!
Gary A. Rice
The 18th Annual British Car Show, sponsored by the Central Coast British Car Club was held Sunday, July 27th, 2008, from 9:00 to 3:00 at the Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard, Ca. We had a beautiful day with cloud cover early and clearing before noon with temperatures in the 70 degree range. There was a wide variety of British car models on display totaling 145. The Austin Healey was the featured Marque, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Austin Healey Sprite. Rolls Royce was well represented, besides the Austin Healey's. Frazer Nash, Morris Minors, Mini's, race cars, Jaguars, MG's, Triumphs, Jensen's, Aston Martin's, an original AC Cobra, Sumbeam Tigers, Lotus, modifieds, Morgans, Bentleys were all displayed on the grass with a background of the yacht harbor. We had music, food vendors, Bagpipe band with Scottish Dancers, and various automotive related vendors. A good time was had by everyone with stories of finding a rare car that had been locked away for 15 or 20 years, and restoration nightmares discovering extensive rust. Many good remarks concerning the show venue and orginization. By all standards it was a very successful show.
Judy & Doug Wrobel
It was a pleasure meeting and talking with you at Conclave 2008 in San Diego. That was quite an event and the appearance of Gerry Coker and his kindness to us Healey Enthusiasts was so much more than we anticipated. I am now going to peruse more of you website, which by the way is quite impressive.
Alan & Sandra Pickford
Just returned to UK after meeting David at Conclave 2008 in San Diego. Wish we were still in San Diego ... it has hardly stopped raining since we arrived home!
A very nice and comprehensive site. I am glad i have found it. Surely, I will come back. Support my sites | merchant payments | online university degree blog | degree online from south university | sims sets | ford mustang roof rack | too.
Nice site. Ally and I have been looking at buying a Big Healy for a while. I had Aaron put the link to your website on the San Diego MG Club website.
Thanks for the info ragerding your windshield! Your car looks really great. My -57 is virtually in the same shape, Old Englosh White with red inertiour and chrome wire wheels. I´ll send you photos when the supercharger is in place.
Gorgeous!!! My son has two...
It was dgreat seeing you today. It made the sushi extra special. Great website. Need more picture!
Very nice website, and a great two-car collection! And those are two obviously much-enjoyed cars, too. Congratulations on the many successful long drives in them, and the many more ahead. I hope to tour with you someday.
See you in San Diego at Conclave in 2008!
It was a genuine treat, meeting you today, and another to wander through your Web site. Some of the BN-1 and -2 stuff flashed me back to the adolescent "crush" I had on them, and the harsh reality of the '55 I eventually acquired: no heater, no boot closure, no top ... Nevertheless, it was one of the cars I enjoyed most, and of which I remain fond. Maybe fondest.
Any road, thanks for your efforts in making and maintaining a haven for those of us wise enough (and old enough) to value the true "sport" and spirit of sports cars.
Great web site from a guy with similar interests. Carry on my good friend!
What memories these photos bring back,
My father loved automobiles and I first heard of Barney Oldfield from him.
Thanks for sending this, David. I'll send it on to Ross in Picton Ontario.
Thanks for taking me to your website as I enjoyed it. One question comes from it.
What have you done to your fuel system? I have had a couple of problems with aftermarket fuel filter. The one I had just wouldn't let enough fuel through.
National City Auto Heritage Day, Aug. 5, 2007, Kimball Park, National City, CA. Judged show and parade for cars, trucks, motorcycles 1979 and older. Featuring Chevrolet. Includes race cars, unrestored originals, customs, classics, microcars, rat rods, etc. 3 trophies per class plus more. Free for spectators. Contact National City Chamber of Commerce for info (619)477-9339.
Lakeside Auto Speedway Centennial, October 28, 2007, Lindo Lake Park, Lakeside, CA. Show and "pace lap" parade for pre-1920 race cars, road cars, trucks, motorcycles. No entry fee for show vehicles. Free for spectators. For vehicle entries contact Fred Puhn at (619)475-1155 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For other info contact Lakeside Historical Society (619)561-1886.
Harold W. Roeth
Nice collection with wonderful photos! Every owner of a clasic car should do something like this!
Sherry Allyn Norman
Hello, my coyote.
K.. you know how I feel about your lovely cars, so what's to say?
Except Iris is a dream in blue, and the Austin is to make anyone's mouth water.
This is a lovely site, well put together and a pleasure to browse.
Classic cars are the best! Richard L. Nacamuli
You are a hateful, hateful man.
but i think i love ya.
Nice web site and thank you for taking the time to show off Healey's. In college I owned a 1960 BN7, wish I had the insight to have kept it (I traded it for a 1966 MGB after I graduated)!
Great web site . Beautiful cars !!! You truly love British Iron. I just purchased a 1961 Austin Healey 3000 HBT7L5174. I'm starting to restorethe car and looking for good parts people site, body as well as trim . I'm located in the midwest Ohio 20 miles south of Akron.
I know about Moss Motors
My son's in the Marines stationed at Miramar Naval air station My brother, email@example.com ,he lives in Coto De Caza. Keep up the great site
Greetings from Devon in England. Your car looks very nice. I have a red over Old English white, MkII BT7. I put a 3:54 differential in mine too. I looked at the Lempert option, but shipping to UK...? I took my time until I lucked onto one from an Austin Wetminster automatic. Good as new. And a 28% overdrive. Spin on oil filter too. 3 HD6s in place of 3 HS4s...easier to work on, more power and less fuel. Latter ones were rebuilt, former were nbg at all! Denis Welch cam....good stuff from DW, but pricey!
Autumn rains at the moment...car in garage, but it does come out on salt free winter days.
Look at http://www.healeydriversclub.co.uk/index.htm
That's our local club.
Enjoyed your site.
Philip Scott Rader
I've been cruising your great site. WARTY Lahoof,NCM yesterday, the fabulous cars today...tomorrow? Thank you,
Some HOT looking wheels you got here, Bro! You're a pretty good photographer, too. ;o)
I see that you have already linked to my site. fine. I will link to your as soon as possible.
I'm partial to the Austin, when I was a teenager my friend had a 1958 yellow and black and we would cruissssseeeeeee
Great site and cars, Greg
Bob and Millie Poague
Very nice website! We particularly enjoyed your article and photos about Rendezvous 2005.
Hi David, it's Heather from the Hotel Monaco. I was just checking out the website. We look forward to your stay!
Nice site, we'll keep them running well for you, feel free to post our site if you'd like -Addison
John C. McMurchy
Enjoyed looking at your website. It brought back memories of my MGA 1500. Glad to see the Austin Healey as well since I navigated for Ross Trant in the Canadian Winter Rally one year.
I can never get enough of looking at these lovely cars.
By the way - my 1972 Benz is finally back home after winter storage at a place called Auto Vault. I recommend them highly. It's run by a chap named Gary Shapiro. The beautiful lold Benz came back to me looking like a million dollars. My wife and I took it for short spin and filled the tank, $57 dollars of hi-test.
Now to have the AC restored again.
What a wonderfu website and what wonderful cars, especially the BN1! The most enjoyable car I ever owned was a BN2, built in 1956, and purchased new. It was one of a handful of the last 100's imported to Canada, and had a close-ratio, four speed transmission with electric overdrive on third and fourth, thus, in fact, six speeds.
Of course Lucas, Prince of Darkness, made the lights.
Thank you for wonderful memories!
Well, what a good looking stable of cars you have. The "A" brings back fond memories of my own "A" that I had in college.
Thanks for the experience!.
Really enjoyed your website, David. Very professionally done. Mel
Bob Davenport - San Diego MG Club
Keep up the good work, I'm looking forward to more.
David, nice cars, nice site. If I wrote on my trip up the british car ladder it would be a book.
Cool site David.
Nice job Coyote...I thouroughly enjoyed viewing the new site. Keep on Healeying!
Nice job - John
excellant website!!!!!! you make me miss my mga!!!!!!!!
nice start I look forward to the future
A genuine pleasure to know the both the cars and the man.
Very impressive. You have made a very good start on your site. I encourage you to keep it simple, updated, and current.
I´ve visited your very nice homepage.
This is going to be one COOL site! :o)