A well-driven lightweight Sebring Sprite is quite capable of worrying a Lotus Elite on the race track. Who’d have thought it?
In 1958, following the Austin-Healey 100, Donald Healey and BMC (British Motor Corporation) teamed up to introduce the little Sprite. Speed parts were soon available from tuning firms, most notably Speedwell Performance Conversions. The firm also collaborated with Frank Costin and the Williams and Pritchard coachworks to produce a number Read More