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Healey Members,

It is with a heavy heart that I inform you that our AHCA Club founding father, Chuck Anderson passed away Friday evening. There will be no immediate services, but a Memorial Service is planned in about a month and will be held in Monroe, NC. More details will be announced as they become available. The family wishes that any memorials be made to The DMH Fund. Checks (payable to DMH Fund) can be mailed to the attention of Bev Sealand at 15 Ancient Highway, Wethersfield, CT 06109. 

The Austin-Healey Club of America (AHCA) has joined in partnership with the Healey Museum in the Netherlands as a fiscal supporter. Each year, AHCA will match donations up to $2,500 from local and regional Clubs in an effort to reach our $5,000 partner goal with the Museum. This partnership brings many benefits for our members, including free entrance to the Museum and historical content provided through the Healey Marque magazine. 


Most of us get bigger, heavier, and have to accommodate more people as we get older. Oh, we’re still pretty good, we tell ourselves, but we recall the simpler self with some longing. So although an Austin-Healey 3000 may well be an evolution of a good idea, that good idea was first manifest in a simpler car with a simple goal. The Austin-Healey 100 was supposed to go 100mph, and look good doing it.