Please feel free to contact me if you are have any questions about any of these cars. I can also recomend (or not) parts suppliers and restoration services as well.
I sold my 1991 Westy in January 2010 in favor of a 2008 Honda Element EX fitted with an eCamper from Ursa Minor. I get essentially the same camper, but with the reliability and the safety features of a modern Honda without the headache of trying to maintain a 20 year old van with 160,000 miles on it.
In January, 2013, BMC Classics completed a complete, nuts and bolt, rottiserie restoration of a 1956 Austin Healey 100 BN2 Le Mans. Being a "Le Mans", it has all the correct "M" spec dealer installed Le Mans performance upgrades. The car has all matching numbers, and was originally Healey Ice Blue Metallic.
For Sale - $55,000
In December of 2009, I located and purchased an MGA Mark II Deluxe. They are one of the rarest, vintage British cars you'll ever see--if you ever get to see one! Only 255 were ever produced. Only 99 are known to exist.
For Sale $20,000
In January of 2009, I purchased a pretty solid 1962 Triumph TR3B. It took 11 months to restore the car. But it is finally finished. In September, I shipped the car off to Triumph Rescue to have the entire drivetrain rebuilt and a new interior installed (I didn't do either of these the first time around).