More Photos of Paul

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The Event Best Known as “Buster Cluster”

Several members show their enthusiasm for the project- Paul is 3rd from the right - Photo by Al Clemens

One of the more memorable activities in recent years was the event affectionately called “Buster Cluster”.

This event, held on the weekend of July 28, 2006, was marked by more than a dozen members the Spridget and Bugeye lists, who came together in Southern California one weekend to completely assemble Buster and Pam Evans’ Bugeye; a car they owned from new. The goal was to have it assembled and be able to be driven by Buster and Pam by the 30th. Working for pizza and beer, members flew and drove into SoCal from all over the state and the around the USA to help make a dream come true. As you can see, the plan was successful.

Paul (2nd from left) captures everyone's attention - Photo by Al Clemens


Paul checking out the Datsun conversion in Glen's Morris Minor Traveller "Knit Wagon" - Photo by Al Clemens

Paul and Robert houston take a well deserved break - Photo by Jim Johnson

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Paul Asgeirsson – 6/11/1932 to 3/22/2011

I’ve created this page for friends of Paul to share their experiences, photos and personal expression in memory of Paul Asgeirsson. Ever the British car enthusiast and in particular, of the Morris Minor, he was a friend and confidant of many who shared the same interest and love of the LBC hobby. His name was synonymous with Morriservice. Always ready to lend a helping hand and a bit of advice whether it was about a car problem or the trouble you were having¬†with your kids or an ex-wife. He could be serious but would always leave you with an anecdote, a joke or a bit of his philosophy that would leave you smiling. He knew his stuff when it came to all of it. I’m sure we all thought he’d be around forever, and in so many ways he will be.

Paul behind the wheel at Buster Cluster - Photo by Al Clemens

I, like so many of you, will miss him dearly.

Rest in Peace.

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