This car was also a daily driver for a few years (replacing my Studebaker as the most frequently driven car).
A previous owner had swapped the original motor... Show more for one from a 1987, and also put in a tranny from a '87 turbo.
I had planned on a complete Renegade Hybrids conversion in 2008. Plans being what they are, tend to change. I had to undergo reconstructive surgery on my knee and ankle and that's curtailed much of my tinkering and driving (it was my clutch leg). I sold this car to a young man and his father here in Phoenix and they're able to give her the treatment she deserves! Show Less
This is Annabelle, my 1953 Studebaker Champion. I've had her now for about 5 years. Originally I bouht the car as a driver, and she was my primary transp... Show moreortation for over two years. Then, there was an accident with an aerosol spray can in her one day and the interior was ruined.
I'm in the process of using her to document how to do an In-Situ restoration on my website:
http://www.theymightberacing.com Show Less
This is my first recorded pair of pictures of the Austin Healey. This is exactly as the car appeared when I opened the storage bay door and looked on her the... Show more first time. The shame is that they were taken on my cell phone, but that's better than no pictures to record the big day.
For more information: http://www.theymightberacing.com/MyCars/AustinHealey1960BT7.aspx Show Less