Two “new” 1989 Minis … One has covered 12 miles, the other has covered 15 miles.
[source: Mathewsons ]
British Car Council of Canada Long Distance Award
This award is a specially struck plaque with the participant’s name and vehicle particulars, and is presented to those who have traveled the pre-requisite distance during the driving season of April 1st through October 31st. Dash plaques will be awarded to every driver successfully completing 3000 miles or 5000 kilometers (individual vehicles or combination of vehicles).
The odometer reading at the start and end of the season must be recorded by a member of the Club Executive. We now have a ‘head start’ on this contest for 2017. If you think that you are going to hit the required minimum next season, contact a member of the Executive and we’ll get the ball rolling. Please remember that you will need to be a fully paid-up member of our Club to be considered for this award.
The Entry Form may be downloaded here.
Good luck for 2017!
John Griffith, Chair
British Saloon Car Club of Canada
BSCCoC 2017 Calendar
The 2017 Club Calendar is available … contains many more pictures than months!
We get mail
Steven Wagoner <email@example.com> contacted us through Harold Leece:
My name is Steve Wagoner, I live in New Jersey USA . I am the owner of several British cars, one of which is a 1958 Ford Consul MK11 Hi Line. The car is about ready to undergo a restoration (by me). I have been collecting parts required to complete this undertaking. What I currently need is a front windscreen, mine is cracked. I am reaching out to my neighbors north of the border to see if there may be a Windscreen for a Hi Line Consul available up there. I may be able to pick it up in The Niagara area of the Ontario Province If one is available.
Thank you for reading my ramblings ,
Darrell McDonald <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in:
“I have located a used BMC 2.6 litre engine from which I would like to have the air intake/air cleaner for my A95. Unfortunately the man will sell only the entire lump and shipping it back to Ontario is going to increase the cost quite a bit.
I’d like to find another enthusiast who wants/needs parts to share the thing with me. It will fit a variety of cars, Wolseley, Riley, Austin, Healey BN4. Said to be in good running order with less than 60,000 miles when removed from a Wolseley 6/90 that is now a hotrod.
There are no pictures available (yet).”
From the BSCCoC Facebook Group
2 seats of unknown BMC origin out of a mini … $30 for the pair or best offer. Pickering, ON. Call Mark Law at 647-408-1701
David Wood’s Christmas Legacy
As a lot of you will know we lost David Wood in April to A.L.S.
Since we started organizing the Car Council Toy Drive, David had always attended and had become part of our organizing group. [full report here]
2016 British Car Council Toy Drive Report
Although we once again had less than perfect weather, all in all it was a good day! [full report here]
2016 NEC Classic Motor Show Report
Bob McQueen was at the NEC Classic Motor Show in Birmingham, UK recently and sent us these pictures.[full report here]
Online Jigsaw Puzzle
Finds and For Sale
This is gathered, primarily, from our Facebook site
Submissions are accepted, but preferably on a sale site I can link to.
Stuff for Sale (a)
Some of what we found this week … 1961 Morris Minor Mini Tow Truck, 1935 Hillman Minx, 1980 Rover 3500, 1969 MGB GT, 1949 Triumph 2000, 1985 Rolls Royce Silver Spirit, 1991 Bentley Turbo R
Stuff for Sale (b)
The rest of what we found this week … 1959 Triumph TR3A, 1963 & 1964 MG 1100 project cars, 1988 Bentley Eight, 1964 MG 1100, 1960 Envoy Special (Vauxhall Victor), 1965 Bentley S3, 1959 Morris Minor 1000
Hat tip to Julian Howard.