Dedicated to the memory of the late Brian Archer who fulfilled his dream to re-create John Sprinzel's Sebring Sprite Coupé


John Sprinzel and the late Brian Archer at Lancaster Mews, London in Nov, 2005.

26th July 2017
24th July 2017
Bits & pieces
22nd July 2017
Parts for sale, etc
21st July 2017
Pierre's new top
18th July 2017
Lots of new items
17th July 2017
James at the Chateau
13th July 2017
Today's oddments
11th July 2017
Keith Egar's Rep and progress on DHMC tops
7th July 2017
Lew's Fastback progress
6th July 2017
Parts for sale
3 July 2017
Ozzie Sebring Roadster
30 June 2017
WJB in 'Octane'
29 June 2017
Bruno's video
27 June 2017
More snippets
26 June 2017
Barry Sidery-Smith
23 June 2017
various new items
22 June 2017
Another Mk 2 for sale
21 June 2017
Mark 2 for resto,
set of body panels',and Speedwell kit for sale

17 June 2017
Paddy's alloy coupe
16 June 2017
Bits & Pieces
15 June 2017
Ken's alloy coupe
14 June 2017
Tulip Rally 1995
13 June 2017
All the latest!
9 June 2017
Sven on ARBs
8 June 2017
Anti-roll bar type?
6 June 2017
Today's news items
5 June 2017
Frontline Frogeye
3 June 2017
Bits and Bobs
2 June 2017
Rob's new Lenham GT

John Sprinzel's Austin-Healey Sebring Sprite

(and other special versions of the Austin-Healey Sprite)

I established this website as a celebration of John Sprinzel's Sebring Sprite Coupés, of which only about 6 examples were produced by his London tuning business, and which were raced and rallied by him and other enthusiasts, in the 1960's. The alloy coupé tops and fibreglass Sebring bonnets were built by Williams & Pritchard. Two of the cars took part in the 1961 Sebring 4 hours race in the hands of Stirling and Pat Moss. There were other similar examples, including a fastback version produced (more cheaply) by Peel Coachworks, and I have been gradually expanding the site to include the Donald Healey Motor Company's "works cars" as well as other body variations of the Sprite which were produced in period, and more recently.

Below are just a few of the many categories covered by this site. Photos now number over 3,000 and historical research into the early cars continues thanks to your help and input.

Joe Armour
USU 607
WSM 20
WSM Story
Latest News
Front disc brake
Lucky John

This Website:

I should clarify that I am not an engineer or a motor trader nor am I involved in business - this is my personal website and I have no financial or other connection with any organisations referred to. I have built up good relationships, and friendships with numerous individuals and companies before, during and since building my own car in 1993. Items or cars offered for sale are done so purely as a favour to individuals without financial reward or involvement.


Please let me know if you like my site, or have any suggestions for additions or improvements. I would be most grateful to receive your contribution of information via Feedback or photographs by email to me.

Martin Ingall

(Created in 2000 - Version 3 launched March 2011 and last up-dated 26th July 2017)


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