A few days ago, spurred on by recent correspondence, I was about to write in favour of the Austin-Healey 100, as I own one, and say how much better it was standing up to a greater mileage. During the interval of writing and posting I was unfortunate enough to strip third gear. I now find that it will be three months (approx.) before I can have my car again, as neither the Austin nor Healey works can supply a gearbox or even spare parts.
I am bitterly reminded of the “50 years of progress” campaign recently passed. Progress — bah!
My advice — stick to your TR2s.
I am, Yours, etc.,
P. P. Roberts.
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