Apparently gone again, from the Minnesota address. A possible sighting was made in Canada, and there is also a company in Michigan that deals with the Classic Roadsters II products .. or did.
APPARENTLY GONE BUST AFTER BEING SOLD TO MORONS AND/OR CROOKS IN ABOUT 1993. ORIGINAL COMPETENT AND HONEST OWNER NOW BUILDING JET BOATS. - Phil Ethier
This company produces the "SAXON" fiberglass car which is "meticulously patterned after the 1962 Austin-Healey". It looks nice but is not an exact "replica". They have a VW powered version and a "front engine frame package" for Chevy/Ford power. It looks nice, and respectable enough. - unknown The Saxon uses the Ford V6. It is distinguisable from a real Healey because it has both a flat windshield and roll-up windows, which no real Healey had. They also have a Cobra replicars and a Big Healey with a V8 and flares. I think one of their best is the MGTD. Stay away from the (ugh!) Volkswagen version. I have driven the Chevette-based (no kidding!) front-engined MGTD (although this one had a Pinto engine grafted in) and it was really nice. It handled very well and was fun to drive. I used to sell kit cars. We built some of our own and brokered some. This was one that was really well made. - Phil EthierGot an update? This does NOT mail to the vendor!
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