I am a graduate of San Diego State's Industrial Arts Departement, and a un-certified Manufacturing Engineer (I let my SME membership run out). Currently, I run Bradley Engineering, a small resoration shop, out of my home in Mount Vernon, WA, USA.
I am the son of Neil and Barbara Bradley, Berkeley, CA, and am also the fellow who built their car, TC 529.
Cars I have built include TC 529, a '32 Alvis 4-seat open tourer, a '55 Austin Healey 100, a '58 TR3A, which was my daily driver for 3 years, and I am just finishing an almost two year restoration of a '49 Jaguar Mk V DHC, one of only 800 built. I've worked on MGAs, MGBs, TR4s, TR6s, Stags, Minis, Sprites and Midgets, Jag 120s, MkI, MkII, E-Types, and even the odd American car.
I've only posted a few times, and as a result, I am working on locating an XPAG in my area so that I can generate the drawings and procedures necessary to fit the Chevrolet oil seal to the rear of the crank. I plan on making this info free for the asking for anyone that wants to make the improvement.