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2007-03-31 00:27:55 | Lofty writes:

From the original austinhealey.com web site:

"Steven Hagan, Hamilton, Ohio: rust! 1957 100-6 # bn4l-0-38772
I bought my Healey out of a front yard. It lay in repose under a large pine. I now have it stripped to a bare frame (still finding lots of pine needles and cones) and now ponder what to do next. How do you tell when a frame is too far gone? I think it is a Longbridge built BN4 and would like to try and save it but economic sanity makes me question the whole project. Is there a rule of thumb judgement that I can use?"

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