Tagged British Iron

Me and my wife Shirley in the 1959 Austin A40 Farina.  Mechanically it was originally similar to a bugeye. This is the first time BMC hired Farina (became Pininfarina later) to style their sedans.  After that they all got the Farina touch, for better or worse.  Mostly worse.  Car was introduced in 1958 as their 'world car' to answer the VW Beetle - well, you know how that went!  Mine was a rust-free Canadian car with an amazing history that I imported in 2003.

SU Carb (very) Fine Tuning

I spent most of my working life as owner and operator of a dyno tune-up and diagnostic shop in New Jersey.  This started as a service for fellow SCCA racers and sports car owners, but after about 10 years I realized that if I ever wanted to retire I’d have to switch to American cars. Happily,…


Little Club. Big Heart.

We have a mouthful of a name: British Iron Touring Club of NW Arkansas. But we don’t formally use it that often. Normally it’s condensed to British Iron. You might not expect a dynamic British car club in the foothills of the Arkansas Ozarks, but for the last thirty or so years—starting with a few…

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