| 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MkIII BJ8|
text: A one owner , 66,000 unrestored, matching numbers BJ8, car # HBJ8U/42591G. Engine # 17194. This car was purchased by the current owner in Seattle at British Motor Car Distributors on December 14th, 1967 for the grand total of $3732.72 ( see the original invoices ). I'm not sure, but from what I can figure out this may have been one of the last 500 big Healeys built, either way it's a very late car. He...
| 1959 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite|
text: This 1959 Austin Healy Sprite is perfect for the English sports car buyer that wants a car that can been driven and enjoyed but does not want an over-restored or modified car. Driven, enjoyed and maintained as required. Had extensive mechanical work done in 2003 and invoices are included. Of note these included Ribbed case transmission and Stainless exhaust system and new carpet kit. Car has full we...
| 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII|
text: This vehicle presents extremely well with its pristine black body with Colorado Red accents. The body was stripped, primed and painted at 67000 miles and a new gas tank was installed. At the same time the engine and differential were rebuilt along with a new interior. The engine was over bored .020. A new top was installed this year. The top frame was painted to factory specs and the wood header and side...
| 1965 Austin Healey 3000 MkIII|
text: This is an older frame on restoration that has a stunning apperance and with the later year (67) color combination is unique to say the least. The vehicle is mechanically 100% Carbs have recently been rebuilt & sync'd by well known Joe Curto one of the best. Drive train is orig. untuched correct overdrive trans non synchronized 1st & rev. Stainless exhaust system. Has chrome Dayton wires and Micle...
| 1962 Austin Healey 3000 MkII|
text: From Owner:
Complete ground up restoration and fully documnted MK II, a rare numbers matching Tri-Carb. This Healey is immaculate technically and cosmetically, a number one Healey.
BMIHT Certificate Number: 93/1467
Chassis Number: H-BT7-L/17432
Engine Number: 29E-U-H/2429
Body Number: 17371
British Heritage Trust BMIHT Certificate "numbers matching". Chassis and engine numbers match...
| 1959 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite |
text: '59 Austin Healey Sprite with a very strong 1275 engine and limited slip differential. The paint has some cracks so this is a good driver condition car. The seats show a small amount of wear but are also in driver condition. All of the clips and snaps are there. The exhaust sound is that great british sports car sound and will urge you to drive every minute in spirited fashion. The car has a 1275cc w...
| 1964 Austin Healey 3000 MkIII|
| 1966 Austin Healey 3000 MkIII BJ8|
text: From Seller:
BJ8 Roadster finished in its factory Healey Blue paint. This is an incredibly special BJ8 that has been looked after and maintained to a very high level.
The paint is in remarkable condition and the body is straight and correct. The bright work on the car is outstanding. Its original wire wheels are excellent. The correct blue soft top is in wonderful shape, fits tight, and has a clear...
| 1956 Austin Healey 100M Le Mans|
text: This Factory 100M was the recipient of a thorough nut and bolt restoration. Reportedly only 640 of these cars were produced. From Seller:
Original factory 100M, in the LeMans registry and has a Heritage Certificate. All numbers match. There are very few of these cars remaining and on the road today. This car was built on March 22 in 1956. It first arrived into Florida in June of 1956. It then went to a...
| 1965 Austin Healey 3000 MkIII BJ8|
text: An all red example of the iconic Austin Healey 3000, the Big Healey, completely restored.
This is a 1965 Austin Healy 3000 MK 3, (BJ8) that has received a complete nut and bolt restoration and is stunning. This car has a heritage trust certificate which shows it to be an original Colorado Red car with red interior and having the following options: wire wheels, heater, adjustable steerin...
| 1955 Austin Healey 100/4 BN1 V8 Custom|
text: From Seller:
Long before Carroll Shelby transformed the straight-six AC Ace into the immortal Cobra by implanting a 260 cu. in. V-8 FORD heart, scores of privateers went the same route with their Healeys, creating some of the most exciting American Specials in history. As one can imagine, changing the weight-to-horsepower ratio from 28:1 to something like 7:1 made all the difference in the world.
| 1960 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite Roadster|
text: The Austin Healey Sprite (Bugeye/Frogeye) was as cute as a bug and as lively as a frog. It is the essence of minimalist motoring....
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