of the Austin-Healey Club USA receive award-winning Austin-Healey Magazine,
our beautifully designed, colorful and informative club magazine.
It is regarded
around the world as one of the premier car club publications.
in 1970 as Healey News for the first few issues, and then renamed Healey
Highlights until 1987, our club publication has been a valuable resource for
Healey enthusiasts for over 30 years.
Regular features include technical articles,
maintenance and restoration advice, stories from Healey history, stories of members'
own experiences, an activities calendar, both classified and display advertising,
and beautiful photos of these classic British sports cars.
publish many useful and informative articles, such as those discussing Big
Healey Safety & Reliability, Sprite Safety
& Reliability , and Owners' Favorite Modifications .
These features are excellent examples of how we pool our members' knowledge and
experience for the benefit of all.
may place classified ads in Austin-Healey Magazine free of charge. This
is a great way to find or sell cars, parts or anything Healey-related.
Healey Magazine Wins Journalism Award
announced in August of 1990 that Austin-Healey
Magazine had been awarded their grand prize for British motoring journalism in the
annual competition sponsored by Moss Motors for
the first time this year. The award was presented to Gary Anderson, then president
of Austin-Healey Club, Pacific Centre, and editor of the magazine during 1988 and
1989, at the California Healey Week/West Coast Meet in Santa
Maria. It was also announced that Healeys Northwest, published
by the Austin-Healey Club of Oregon
and Cascade, published by the Cascade AustinHealey Club of Washington, won second
and third awards, respectively, in the Austin-Healey Club category.
Gary Anderson has been involved in Austin Healey Club USA since the 80s.
the award, Moss management noted the magazine's high standard of excellence in content,
presentation, design, and overall value to members. Moss established the awards
to recognize and encourage quality in the magazines and newsletters published by
British car owners' clubs. The competition was
announced in Moss Motoring last summer with requests to club editors to submit
their 1989 publications for judging. Moss reported that it received over 200 entries
from clubs representing every major British marque. Entries were judged by a panel
of experts, including editors from two of the major U.S.
motoring magazines, and representatives from printing, publishing, and design in
Gary is as at ease at the wheel of his MGA racer as he is as current editor of The Austin-Healey Magazine
the award, Gary noted that the editor
of a club magazine can only work with the material that his or her club members
provide, and builds on the developments of previous editors. He emphasized that
he was accepting the award on behalf of all the contributors and the previous
editors of Austin-Healey Magazine.