AUTOFARM LIMITED 
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6521 Line 66, R.R.#1 Monkton, Ontario 
CANADA N0K 1P0
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519-356-2427

Healey News

1/4/2013

Autofarm is Agent for "Dri Wash" Car cleaning products!

New at Autofarm are these great products for a professional cleaning you can do yourself!

With the constant adverse conditions your car faces while you're enjoying driving it, having a product that can protect it from the rain, insects, sunlight and other harmful effects will only enhance your vehicles look.

These products are fast and easy to use and they are waterless!  There are exterior cleaners, upholstery, leather & fabric products, tire treatments, metal cleaners and much, much more.

They offer great results immediately, they conserve our water resources and save time & money.

Please contact Bob for more info and prices for these great new products.


1/4/2013

ROCKER SHAFT EXCHANGE PROGRAM

Do you....
- have oil dripping from the rear oil filter?
- have low oil pressure?
- have top end oil leaks?
- have difficulty maintaining valve clearance?

THEN YOU HAVE A WORN ROCKER SHAFT!

Let us...
- hard chrome and centreless grind the shaft
- power hone the rocker bushings
- reface the rockers and re-assemble them

LIFETIME WEAR-OUT WARRANTY!!!

Contact us for more details and pricing.


1/4/2013

Vehicle Appraisals Available

Need an appraisal?

Whether it's for a Healey or any other classic vehicle, Bob Yule is a government approved and licensed appraiser who is recognized by several local insurance companies. He will come to your location (mileage extra) and will provide an extensive, professional appraisal for both yourself and your insurance company that includes pictures.

Please call 519-356-2427 for an appointment or more info.


1/4/2013

TIRES!

Autofarm Limited has a great stock of 165R15 Vredestein Sprint tires , available for immediate delivery. We also have tubes in stock and offer installation and correct wire wheel balancing.


2/10/2011

OIL IS KILLING OUR CARS

An article with the above title has been doing the internet rounds, and it seemed to me that it needed investigating. It appears that the oil companies have either taken out, or greatly reduced one of the additives that was needed for shear protection. In engines like ours, the additive Z.D.D.P. is necessary, especially in new rebuilds, to protect the moving parts, but especially the camshaft and tappets. This has been removed or reduced to ineffective levels because of its damage to catalitic converters. Some oils still have this in them, but soon it will be gone.

With this in mind, we have searched for a solution, and have come up with an additive which will solve the problem. A 500ml bottle of this additive at each oil change, and especially at rebuild, should alleviate the problem.

It is also recommended to put this additive in the transmission.

We have stocked this item and it is available at a cost of $10.00 per bottle. Cheap insurance to protect our cars from the oil that is killing them.


2/10/2011

NEW TRIBUTE TO DONALD M. HEALEY ANNOUNCED


The Healey Museum, commemorating the life of Donald M. Healey and the production of his automobiles was announced today at Virginia International Raceway in Alton, Virginia.

The Healey Museum will showcase significant and unique automobiles, trophies and memorabilia, offering the general public previously unseen views of private automobile collections. In addition to specific milestone cars, the Bill Wood Collection of Healey production documentation obtained from Geoff Healey will be a major part of the museum's Resource Center. A collection of photographs and literature relating to the Nash-Healey has been obtained from an anonymous donor. Additional acquisitions for the museum are being researched and evaluated.

Bill Emerson, Curator of The Healey Museum introduced special guests Harvey Siegel and Connie Nyholm, co-owners of Virginia International Raceway, Allan Casavant, Founder of The Healey Museum Bill Denton, Architect, David Lenk, Displays Consultant, and Melody Cooke, Research and Acquisitions. In keeping with the worldwide appeal of Healey automobiles, visitors from Canada, Australia and the U.S. participated in the symbolic groundbreaking. Many in attendance were racers in the 2005 Australian/U.S. Healey Challenge. The groundbreaking took place surrounded by historic Healeys representing milestones in the marque.

The Healey Museum philosophy was summarized by Emerson:

Upon this site will be erected a building to historically preserve the cars and memories of Donald M. Healey, his family, and all those who helped design, develop, produce, market and race the cars that bear the Healey name.

The location of the 20,000 sq. ft. building at Virginia International Raceway was made known as part of VIR's annual Gold Cup Historic Races weekend. Allan Casavant and Connie Nyholm shared the honor of unveiling the sign announcing the future home of The Healey Museum. The museum opening is scheduled for 2007.

Media Office, The Healey Museum
352-223-8840
healeyinfo@aol.com


Virginia International Raceway - www.virclub.com