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1966 Austin-Healey SpriteReview
Adam writes:

Every One Should Own One For At Least Awhile. — Who would of thought 60hp would be so fun. The austin healey sprite embodies everything good from a classic sports car. With it's classic timeless looks and amazing handling it is a blast to drive anywhere. It has a low cost of ownership and a huge fun factor.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Ultra fun to drive and the handling is amazing!

Cons: not much interior space

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1966 Austin-Healey SpriteReview
Fred writes:

Wait Until You See The Finished Product! — stock- 1098cc inline 4 cylinder engine producing about 50 hp. 4 speed transmission, hydraulic clutch, factory front disc brakes, curb weight of 1650 lbs. weber carb upgrade, removable top, leather tauneau cover, bucket seats, no radio future upgrades- lowered suspension, new motor and trans?? producing about 300-400 wheel horsepower, narrowed and four linked rear end, covert electrical system to negative ground system, roll bar, fuel cell, shaved bumpers

Pros: it's an attention grabber weither you love it or hate it...and women think it's cute..will be a complete street sleeper race car that gets 20 mpg.

Cons: it's all torn down right now...hopefully start the mods soon

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1969 Austin-Healey Sprite Reviews

If You Just Want Something To Drive That Drives Amazingly And Nothing Else. By Thursby

BMC/British Leyland is sorta iffy on build quality later on, but this car is spot on. Very few problems. Performance isn't astronomical but plenty to be fun. Makes driving a pleasure, always. It reall... Read More

1964 Austin-Healey Sprite Reviews

Austin Healey Sprite By Matthew

had this car for 5 or so years was great to drive never broke down and was great getting out in it when the weather was fine. Looking to get something like a mark 1 cortina so i can take the entire fa... Read More

1962 Austin-Healey Sprite Reviews

Cheap And Cheerful By Patrick3595

cant pull the skin off a rice pudding but handles like its on rails until you push it too far and the back end snaps out but in a nice predictable way, easy to work on if you can get the madness of th... Read More

1960 Austin-Healey Sprite Reviews

Great Weekend Fun In The Sun Car By Michael

Fun car to drive the canyons with. Needs a 5th gear. Unique head turner..."its sooooo cute" ...mid-life crisis car. runs like a champ for a 50 year old car...almost new paint and interior. Wheels a... Read More

Worth Every Penny. By Rex

Loved this car! The original pocket rocket. A go cart with a four banger tractor engine. No comfort, all style, plenty of your essential substance that hugs corners like their a hot lover and give ... Read More

1959 Austin-Healey Sprite Reviews

Special Sprite. By Alistair

It's on aero screens, silver with red leather and carpets. Super (too much) tune 1380 engine with a 45 DCOE Webber and no exhaust to speak of. Wire wheels, old fashioned tyres, quarter elliptic rear s... Read More

Cool Little Car By John

Severely underpowered. Mine never ran. restoration proved to be too costly and the project was ditched. Originally had something like 59 Horsepower! Beautiful design. Some day I wish to own another! Read More

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