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Article Buying Guide Austin-Healey Sprite and MG Midget (1958-1979)
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Publication Practical Classics October 2009
Buying Guide Austin-Healey Sprite and MG Midget - The guide to buying a top-notch Spridget lick Clarkson's
Article Blast to The Beach - Seaside Frolics with a Nice Pair
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Publication Practical Classics July 2004
Blast to The Beach - Seaside Frolics with a Nice Pair - In the early Sixties something extraordinary happened: Britain began holidaying by car.  Danny Hopkins revisits one of our favourite holiday hotspots in two classics of the era. Ford Cortina Mk 1, Austin-Healey Frogeye Sprite
Article Modifying Frogeye
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Publication Practical Classics October 2003
Modifying Frogeye  - Sprite Ideas - With just 43bhp and A30 oily bits, Austin-Healey's Frogeye is prime modifying fodder.  But is upgrading the original Sprite such a great idea? Ben Barry investigates.
Article Force-fed Frogeye
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Publication Practical Classics October 2002
Force-fed Frogeye - Gary Haines' supercharged Frogeye started out as a forlorn rust-free shell from the USA. Kevin Leaper meets man and masterpiece.
Article Buyers Guide. Frogeye Sprite. Austin-Healey Sprite Mk I
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Publication Practical Classics August 2001
Buyers Guide. Frogeye Sprite. Austin-Healey Sprite Mk I. If there was ever a car to prove that less is more, it's the Frogeye. Good looks, great fun but watch out for rust, says Richard Dredge.
Article Classic Cars January 2000 pg 138
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Publication Classic Cars January 2000
Buying Guide. Frogeye Sprite. It's appeal is obvious from the first glance: the Frogeye Sprite offers open-top fun in a pint-size package. But with plentiful parts and simple mechanics, keeping one on the road won't drive you to distraction.
Article Buyer's Guide Express - Frogeye Sprite
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 18 May 2011
Buyer's Guide Express - Frogeye Sprite - The car that went on to spawn generations of MG Midgets is now one of the most valuable examples of the breed.  MIKE LE CAPLAIN assesses one as a classic buy today.
Article Classic to restore
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Publication Classic Car Mart March 2011
Classic to restore - It's at this time of the year that many of us consider our next project.  But which classics make the best choices right now? Paul Guinness chooses six of his most recommended classic to restore.  Morris Minor, MGB & MGB GT, Classic Mini, Ford Anglia 105E, Triumph TR5, Austin-Healey Sprite.
Article How to buy an..Austin-Healey Sprite
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Publication Classics Monthly March 2011
How to buy an..Austin-Healey Sprite - Buy carefully, and the little Frogeye is guaranteed to make you smile.
Article Miles of smiles
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Publication Classic Car Mart July 2010
Miles of smiles - Since the Sprite's launch, there have been many imitators - but there's nothing quite like the real thing.
Article Buying Power - Austin-Healey Frogeye Sprite
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 10 March 2010
Buying Power - Austin-Healey Frogeye Sprite - Cuter than a basket of kittens, and probably just as easy - or perhaps even easier - to look after.  But like a cat, you need to buy the right one in the first place, says RUSS SMITH.
Article Buying Power - MG Midget/ Austin-Healey Sprite
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 5 November 2009
Buying Power - MG Midget/ Austin-Healey Sprite - Can't quite stretch to a Big Healey or even an MGB? Fear no, because both Austin-Healey and MG provided cheaper and smaller alternatives in the diminutive shapes of the Sprite and Midget.  RICHARD GUNN tells you more.
Article Marital bliss
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Publication Classics Monthly March 2009
Marital bliss- Once Darren Tyre had finished his wife's Sprite, he had to go one better...
Article Twin test - Austin-healey Sprite vs NSU Spider
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Publication Classic Car Mart September 2007
Twin test - Austin-healey Sprite vs NSU Spider - If you want a classic that stands out from the crowd, how much quirkiness do you really need? Simon Goldsworthy goes from one extreme to the other in a bid to find out.
Article Buying Power - Austin-Healey Frogeye Spite
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 2 August 2007
Buying Power - Austin-Healey Frogeye Spite- The Frogeye Sprit offers a quirky alternative to the Midget and ADAM TAIT is here to tell you how to bag a peach.  Expert help comes from Frogeye guru and owner of Classic Revival, Gordon Elwell.
Article Classic Drive - Sprite Delight
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Publication Classics Monthly July 2007
Classic Drive - Sprite Delight - This Sprite is a labour of love its owners were told not to buy - good thing they didn't listen.
Article Timewarp Classics: No 15 - Austin-Healey Sprite: 1958
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 8 June 2006
Timewarp Classics: No 15 - Austin-Healey Sprite: 1958 - No stranger to the warm glow of nostalgian, ANDREW ROBERTS whisks us back to 1958, the year an exciting little sports car, the Austin-Healey Frogeye Sprite, burst onto the motoring scene.
Article The Frogeyes have it!
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Publication Classics Monthly October 2005
The Frogeyes have it! - Only made for three years, but now more popular than ever, the Austin Healey Sprite is a great basis for a fast usable sports car.  Mike Renaut finds four modified examples that make a good thing even better.
Article Road Test - Austin Healey Sprite MK I
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 23 December 2004
Road Test - Austin Healey Sprite MK I - Built 1958-61, two-door, two-seater convertible.  Front-engined, rear-wheel-drive, 948cc OHV four-cylinder engine.
Article Frog March - Austin-Healey Sprite Mk 1
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Publication Classic & Sports Car December 2004
Frog March - Does fettling a Frogeye to top 120mph make it a spanking good drive or destroy its DNA? To find out, Simon Charlesworth compares three very different sprites. Austin-Healey Sprite Mk 1
Article Starter Classic - Midget and Sprite
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Publication Classic & Sports Car May 2004
Starter Classic - Midget and Sprite - The archetypal miniature sports car makes a great first classic, explains Malcolm McKay.
Article Classics May 2003 pg 21
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Publication Classics May 2003
Restoration Rivals. If you fancy searching out a Lotus Seven to restore, Tim Morgan suggests these rivals also worthy of your attention.
Article Classics July 2001 pg 22
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Publication Classics July 2001
Make mine a small one. These three cars are the best Spridgets from more than 40 years' production. But which of them is the best Spridget of all? Andrew Noakes and Tim Morgan help Andrew Charman to decide.
Article Classics February 2001 pg 36
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Publication Classics February 2001
Rare treats at Goodwood. Malcolm McKay revistis this years Goodwood Revival Meeting to bring you details of some of the most interesting cars at the meeting.
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