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  • Austin Healey Sprite Frogeye MK1 '59

    €24,950(£20,990.44) €24,950(£20,990.44)

    The Austin-Healey Sprite was announced to the press in Monaco, just before de 1958 Monaco Grand Prix. It was intended to be a low-cost model that "a chap could keep in his bike shed", yet be the successor to the sporting versions of the pre-war Austin Seven. The Sprite was designed by the Donald Healey Motor Company, with production being undertaken at the MG factory in Abingdon. In 1961 the Sprite was joined by a badge-engineered version version, the Midget, reviving a model name used by MG from the late 1920s through to the mid 1950s. Enthusiasts often refer to Sprites and the later Midgets collectively as "Spridgets." The Sprite quickly became affectionately known as the "frogeye" in the UK and the "bugeye" in the US, because its headlights were prominently mounted on top of the bonnet, inboard of the front wings. The car's designers had intended that the headlights could be retracted, which Never happened. the problem of providing a rigid structure to an open-topped sports car was resolved by Barry Bilbie, Healey's chassis designer, who adapted the idea provided by the Jaguar D-type, with rear suspension forces routed through the bodyshell's floor pan. The Sprite's chassis desi

    • Year: 1959
    • Mileage: 1974 mi
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  • Austin Healey 3000 MK2 BT7 '62

    €66,500(£55,946.45) €66,500(£55,946.45)

    Lowered price from €72.500 -> €66.500 Healey models: The car's bodywork was made by Jensen Motors, and the vehicles were assembled at the BMC Abingdon works. The 3000 was a successful car which won its class in many European rallies in its heyday - and is still used in competition by enthusiasts today. The 3000 Mk III was launched in October 1963, and remained in production until the end of 1967 when production of Austin-Healeys finally ceased. (One further car was built in March 1968.) Classified as the BJ8, the new model was the most powerful and luxurious of the big Healeys, with a walnut-veneer dash, wind up windows, and 150 hp (112 kW) engine. Improvements to the engine included a new camshaft and valve springs, and twin SU 2" HD8 carburettors, together with a new design of exhaust system. Servo-assisted brakes were now fitted as standard. Only 2+2 seat versions were made. Option extras were similar to those offered for the MkII, the main change being that the standard interior trim was now Ambla vinyl, with leather seats being added to the list of options. In May 1964 the Phase II version of the MkIII was released, which had a modified rear chassis to allow rear ground cleara

    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 18895 mi
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  • Austin Healey 100/6 Jamaican Fiberfab '59

    €48,950(£41,181.64) €48,950(£41,181.64)

    Lowered price from €55.000 -> €48.950 The Austin-Healey was a sucessfull seller in the US in the 50's. However, with the beginning of the 60's, it's looks were outdated and considered 'old'. This was the time for a company in California, named 'Fiberfab'. You might have heared that name before... In the 60's, Fiberfab offered a range of fiberglas bodies to give a new shape to various english cars imported to the States. MGs, Triumphs - and Austin Healeys. This 1959 Austin Healey 100-6 (the model with the larger 2.7l BMC C-Series six cylinder engine) wears a 'Jamaican' body by Fiberfab. Converted in 1968. Itfeatures the windshield of a Corvette, Karmann Ghia side windows and mechanisms, and a Porsche 911 rear window. And of course a rather unique 'GT' body. >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo repo

    • Year: 1959
    • Mileage: 2747 mi
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  • Austin Healey 100 BN1 JAG 3.8 '55

    €45,000(£37,858.50) €45,000(£37,858.50)

    Austin-Healey was a British sports car maker. The marque was established through a joint venture arrangement, set up in 1952 between Leonard Lord of the Austin division of the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and Donald Healey, a renowned automotive engineer and designer. Austin-Healey produced cars until 1972 when the 20-year agreement between Healey and Austin came to an end. Donald Healey left the company in 1968 when British Motor Holdings (BMC had merged with Jaguar Cars in 1966 to form BMH) was merged into British Leyland. Healey joined Jensen Motors who had been making bodies for the "big Healeys" since their Production Austin-Healey 100s were finished at Austin's Longbridge plant alongside the A90 and based on fully trimmed and painted body/chassis units produced by Jensen in West Bromwich — in an arrangement the two companies previously had explored with the Austin A40 Sports. The first 100s (series "BN1") were equipped with the same 90 bhp (67 kW) engines and manual transmission as the stock A90, but the transmission was modified to be a three-speed unit with overdrive on second and top. The 2660 cc I4 engine featured an undersquare 87.3 mm (3.4 in) bore and 111.1 mm (4.4

    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 2246 mi
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  • Austin Healey 3000 MK2 '63

    €79,950(£67,261.94) €79,950(£67,261.94)

    The car's bodywork was made by Jensen Motors, and the vehicles were assembled at the BMC Abingdon works. The 3000 was a successful car which won its class in many European rallies in its heyday - and is still used in competition by enthusiasts today. The 3000 Mk III was launched in October 1963, and remained in production until the end of 1967 when production of Austin-Healeys finally ceased. (One further car was built in March 1968.) Classified as the BJ8, the new model was the most powerful and luxurious of the big Healeys, with a walnut-veneer dash, wind up windows, and 150 hp (112 kW) engine. Improvements to the engine included a new camshaft and valve springs, and twin SU 2" HD8 carburettors, together with a new design of exhaust system. Servo-assisted brakes were now fitted as standard. Only 2+2 seat versions were made. Option extras were similar to those offered for the MkII, the main change being that the standard interior trim was now Ambla vinyl, with leather seats being added to the list of options. In May 1964 the Phase II version of the MkIII was released, which had a modified rear chassis to allow rear ground clearance to be increased, and subsequently, in March 1965

    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 12697 mi
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  • Austin Healey 100/4 BN1 '54

    €95,000(£79,923.50) €95,000(£79,923.50)

    Austin-Healey was a British sports car maker. The marque was established through a joint venture arrangement, set up in 1952 between Leonard Lord of the Austin division of the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and Donald Healey, a renowned automotive engineer and designer. Austin-Healey produced cars until 1972 when the 20-year agreement between Healey and Austin came to an end. Donald Healey left the company in 1968 when British Motor Holdings (BMC had merged with Jaguar Cars in 1966 to form BMH) was merged into British Leyland. Healey joined Jensen Motors who had been making bodies for the "big Healeys" since their Production Austin-Healey 100s were finished at Austin's Longbridge plant alongside the A90 and based on fully trimmed and painted body/chassis units produced by Jensen in West Bromwich — in an arrangement the two companies previously had explored with the Austin A40 Sports. The first 100s (series "BN1") were equipped with the same 90 bhp (67 kW) engines and manual transmission as the stock A90, but the transmission was modified to be a three-speed unit with overdrive on second and top. The 2660 cc I4 engine featured an undersquare 87.3 mm (3.4 in) bore and 111.1 mm (4.4

    • Year: 1954
    • Mileage: 117 mi
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  • 1955 Austin-Healey 100/4

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    Before the 100 LeMans, before the Healey 100S, there was simply the Austin-Healey 100 but what an amazing car it proved to be. The result of a partnership signed in 1952 between the head of BMC, Leonard Lord, and successful automotive engineer and Donald Healey, the '100' - so named for its top-speed capability - was unveiled at the 1952 Earl's Court Motor Show as a more sporting alternative. The 100 was simple and strong; the frame comprising a pair of steel rails that ran the length of the chassis, passing beneath the live rear axle and below the front lower wishbones. The alloy and steel body was supported by brackets extending outward from the main rails. The engine was the old Austin 90 long-stroke four of 2660cc, developing 90bhp at 4000rpm and 144 foot-pounds of torque at 2000rpm. Griffith Borgeson would write, "Such high torque at low engine speed is one of the competition assets of the Austin-Healey. Another is its durability..." The gear box was a three-speed manual unit with floor shift, enhanced by a Laycock de Normanville overdrive on second and third gears. In high overdrive, top speed is about 110mph. An endearing feature of the Austin-Healey is its lay-down windscre

    • Year: 2017
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  • 1964 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8 Phase I

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    The Austin-Healey 3000 was built from 1959 to 1967 and is the best known of the 'big' Healey models. The car's bodywork was made by Jensen Motors and the vehicles were assembled at the BMC Abingdon works. The 3000 was a successful car which won its class in many European rallies during its heyday and also ran at Le Mans during that period. As such, it is still used in competition by enthusiasts today. The 3000 Mk. III was launched in October 1963 and remained in production until the end of 1967 when production of Austin-Healeys ceased. Classified as the BJ8, the new model was the most powerful and luxurious of the big Healeys with a walnut veneer dash, wind-up windows and a 150bhp engine. Improvements to the engine included a revised camshaft, valve springs and twin SU 2" HD8 carburettors together with a redesigned exhaust system and servo-assisted brakes. First registered on 1st May 1964 to its first and only keeper, Bernard Ringwelski of 52 Totton Road, Thornton Heath, it is believed he was a World War II veteran then a watches and clock restorer after the war. This is a UK delivered, genuine righthand drive car and one of only 1,390 phase I's built with approximately 80-90% of p

    • Year: 2017
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  • 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk.II BT7

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    The Austin-Healey 3000 was built from 1959 to 1967 and is the best known of the 'big' Healey models. The car's bodywork was made by Jensen Motors and the vehicles were assembled at the BMC Abingdon works. The 3000 was a successful car which won its class in many European rallies during its heyday and also ran at Le Mans during that period; as such, it is still used in competition by enthusiasts today. Introduced in March 1961, the 3000 Mk. II came with three SU carburettors and an uprated camshaft, designated the BT7 Mk. II (four-seat version) and BN7 Mk. II (two-seat version); however, upon the introduction of the BJ7 (2+2 seats) model in January 1962, the number of carburettors was reduced to two. As a result of the introduction of the BJ7, the BN7 ceased production in March 1962, with the BT7 coming to an end in June of the same year. This Austin-Healey was imported from France in 2013 and presents in excellent order. The car benefits from a Smiths heater, overdrive unit on 3 rd and 4 th gear, electric cooling fan and a high torque starter motor. The engine has had a recent rebuild and runs extremely well. The bodywork of 645 YUW is in very good order with no signs of corrosion

    • Year: 2017
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  • 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII Phase II BJ8

    £72,995 £72,995

    We last sold this outstanding, matching numbers UK supplied Austin Healey in 2015 and since then it has covered in the region of 2000 miles. Considered by many as the finest and most desirable and sought after of the 3000 range, this car is truly magnificent and does not disappoint in any area. Not only is it presented in wonderful condition having being subject of a highly professional restoration, the car has the provenance of being a genuine RHD UK car still with its original engine fitted and it was supplied new with various options such as overdrive, heater and adjustable steering column. HJL 307F is a very late car built on the 26-27 September 1967 and despatched on the 28th. We have a Heritage Certificate and original green continuation logbook that tells us that the Healey was in the Almondbury area of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire from at least 1970 to 1976. The Healey was then sold to a North West London Company before moving to Leicestershire. During the early 1990's HJL 307F was subject of a major body off ground up rebuild to show standard condition. A major part of the programme of work was carried out by a Lincolnshire specialist who documented 532 hours of work. The

    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 2000 mi
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  • 1960 Austin Healey 'Frogeye' Sprite

    £18,995 £18,995

    757 BOJ was first registered on the 18th May 1960 and spent much of its early life in the Greater London area, based in Eltham, SE9 and later Bushey in Hertfordshire. By 1976 the 'Frogeye' was registered in the North West where it has spent the majority of the past 40 years, moving between Lancaster, Carnforth and the Lake District. We initially brought the 'Frogeye' in through part exchange for a Triumph TR6 in May 2015, collecting it up in the Lake District. We sold the car immediately to one of our regular customers in South Yorkshire and carried out a high level of preparation work to include new track rod ends, new radius arms, rebuilt brake calipers, new rear wheel cylinders, rebuilt rev counter and replacement ammeter, top hose, ignition switch and choke cable.

    • Year: 1960
    • Mileage: 4000 mi
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  • Austin-Healey 3000

    £69,990 £69,990

    We’re very proud to offer this really pretty Colorado Red Healey 3000 Mk.III with contrasting black leatherette interior. Restored in Europe in the early 2000’s, the result is quite exceptional with door, boot and bonnet shuts better than so many Healey’s you see. Our car really is in superb aesthetical condition throughout, but this extends also to the way the car drives and behaves on the road, such was the quality of the restoration. Absolutely everything was rebuilt, restored or improved, including the fine interior and accompanying mohair hood and tonneau. To give you an idea as to the exacting standards of the Dutch restorer, the paint has eight layers. Sympathetic modifications for use in modern traffic include electronic ignition, Koni rear suspension for better ground clearance and overdrive control on gear lever. Those who wish to come and view our car will be rewarded with not only a good cup of Yorkshire Tea, but also a thick file of papers relating to the restoration, and even a USB stick of pictures to show the extent and quality of the work completed. Bought in Holland and repatriated to the UK in 2015, our car was entrusted to the team at Murray Scott Nelson in Scarborough, with whom more than £5,000 was invested to professionally convert to RHD, complete a full service, and give a full health check. Now wanting for nothing but an enthusiastic new owner, we invite your early interest to secure this impressive Healey.

    • Year: 1964
    • Engine size: 3
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  • 1963 Austin Healey 3000 MKII

    £66,995 £66,995

    This stunning Ice Blue over Cream Austin Healey 3000 MKII was built on the 19th April 1963 and despatched on the 26th April to a New York dealership. PTU 426B was supplied new as a LHD North American Export car with white wall tyres, heater, miles per hour speedo, laminated windscreen, overdrive, adjustable steering column and tonneau cover. We don't know any early history but paperwork confirms the Healey was sold to a Jeweller in Fulton, Missouri in April 1997 who kept the car for nineteen years. By 2015, the long term US owner decided to sell the car in need of restoration and it was exported out of the Port of Houston and arrived in the UK. During 2015 major restoration began with a full body strip down to a rolling shell. The body was professionally restored and painted body colour underneath. A full right hand drive conversion was carried out and the engine was checked, compressions and oil pressure found to be excellent and the gearbox stripped and rebuilt. The engine and gearbox were refitted along with many new ancillaries and the exterior treated to chrome including chrome wire wheels and a brand new hood and refurbished frame. The upholstery was treated to new carpets an

    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 426 mi
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  • 1954 Austin-Healey 100/4 BN1

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    The Austin-Healey 100 was built between 1953 and 1956 by BMC (British Motor Corporation). It was developed by Donald Healey to be produced in-house by Healey's small car company in Warwick and based on the Austin A90 Atlantic mechanics. Healey built a single 'Healey Hundred' for the 1952 London Motor Show and the design impressed Leonard Lord, Managing Director of Austin, so much that a deal was struck with Healey to build it in quantity at Austin's Longbridge factory. The car was renamed the Austin-Healey 100. The '100' name comes from Donald Healey, who selected the name from the car's ability to reach 100mph, as opposed to the Austin-Healey 3000, which is named for its 3000cc engine. The first 100's (series BN1) were equipped with the same 90bhp engines and manual transmission as the stock A90, but the transmission was modified to be a three-speed unit with overdrive on second and top. The 2660cc engine featured an undersquare 87.3mm bore and 111.1mm stroke. Girling 11" drum brakes are fitted all round. Front suspension is independent using coil springs and at the rear is a rigid axle with semi elliptic leaf spring while the steering is by a cam and lever system. A BN1 tested by

    • Year: 2017
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  • Austin Healey 100/6 works replica

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    A very well prepared fast road car looking like the "works" cars, fitted with 3000 competition engine. Very early series model number, possibly Mille Miglia eligible. Sports seats, hard and soft tops, side exhaust pips. Up-rated brakes and competition rear springs. Original UK car, with original registration number.

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  • 1965 Austin Healey MKIII

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    It had undergone a frame-off, rotisserie, nut-and-bolt restoration when it was sold in late 2009, and since that time, it has been driven no more than 100 miles. Factory-installed equipment found on the car includes wire wheels, an overdrive unit, a laminated windscreen, a heater, and an adjustable steering column. The car’s build date was from May 14–15, 1964. 148 bhp, 2,912 cc overhead-valve inline six-cylinder, four-speed-plus-overdrive manual transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs, live rear axle with semi-elliptic rear springs, and servo-assisted front disc and rear drum brakes. Wheelbase: 92 in. Restored by marque expert Kurt Tanner Finished in stunning Sage Green over Biscuit The ultimate “Big Healey” variant, with overdrive This is a classic British sports car of timeless beauty, and it will give its owner continued pleasure and a solid investment, over time. Mileage: 84000 Exterior Color: Sage Green Interior Color: Biscuit Body Style: Convertible Engine: 2.9L in-line 6-Cyl Transmission: 4-speed manual w/overdrive Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline Doors: Two Vin: HBJ8L27207 This Austin-Healey 3000 MK III, outstandingly restored by one of the most res

    • Year: 1965
    • Mileage: 84000 mi
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  • 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII

    $65,000(£50,193) $65,000(£50,193)

    Chassis # HBJ8L34367 Engine # 29KRUH9012 A Well Kept Older Restoration Recently Serviced & Sorted Offered With BMIHT Certificate Original Colors & Numbers Matching Details Hailed as one of Britain’s most famous sports cars, the Austin Healey has long deserved the recognition it gets today as an upstanding collector car. These little sports cars incorporate all of the right elements to bring back a real understanding of what fun was like behind the wheel in the 1960’s. If it were not for Austin Healey’s demise in 1968, there would certainly be a rather interesting contribution to today’s contemporary sports cars. Since this is not the case, today we are left with just under 43,000 units produced in total between 1959-1967. Perhaps the most sought after, desired, refined, and best variants is the MK III or BJ8 as they are commonly referred to. These last production examples offered roll-up windows, weather tight and easy to use top, heater, front disc brakes and a finely crafted wood dash and other little accouterments that make a car so user friendly and enjoyable. As such, they remain at the top of the list for any serious sports car collector or enthusiast looking to rekindle thei

    • Year: 1967
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  • 1962 Austin-Healey 3000 MKII

    $75,000(£57,915) $75,000(£57,915)

    Chassis # HBT7L18337 Engine # 29ERUH4545 Restored by Marque Specialist Fourintune Very Well Documented & Cared For Complete With All Weather Gear A Desirable Event Ready Tri-Carb Big Healey Details Austin Healey is one of the big names in British motoring history with Donald Healey and his beloved Big Healey’s winning over enthusiast across the world. It all started with the spirited 100-4’s and evolved into the much more powerful 3000 with three variants put into production ranging from the MKI to the MKIII but what we are concerned with is the middle model, the MKII. It appears quite similar to its predecessor, the MKI, but is equipped with several refinements such as three SU HS4 carburetors, different valve springs, and upgraded camshaft. They were offered in one of two platforms, a two seater roadster or 4-place open format. To this day, these concise, nimble roadsters are adored by enthusiasts for their performance, classic look, and nostalgia. Being that these cars are so pleasantly usable, they were regularly enjoyed by their owners over the years resulting in seeking out good examples increasingly more difficult but not impossible. This brings us to the example on offer. N

    • Year: 1962
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  • Austin-Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 1966

    €64,950(£54,642.44) €64,950(£54,642.44)

    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Austin-Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 1966 Overdrive This is a 1966 Austin-Healey 3000 MK3. The car has the original 2912 CC engine with 170 PS and the popular Overdrive. Technically and optically in great condition. This Austin-Healey drives perfect and makes a great sound. The interior of the 3000 has red leather upholstery with white piping and a fabulous wooden dashboard. The exterieur has beautiful chrome and chrome wire wheels. This Austin-Healey is ready for a lot of driving fun. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.

    • Year: 1966
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  • Austin-Healey 3000 MK3 1967

    €74,950(£63,055.44) €74,950(£63,055.44)

    Austin Healey 3000 MK3 1967, restored, in very beautiful condition This 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MK3 is fully restored and is in very beautiful condition. The beautiful yellow body has chrome linings, beautiful Carello lights and chrome wire wheels. The wooden dashboard looks chic and has chrome clocks. The car has black leather seats. The Austin Healey produces 170 HP and has the popular overdrive, which makes driving this MK3 even more pleasant. The beautiful sporty sound is great for the fans. So, a fabulous Austin-Healey 3000 MK3 Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.

    • Year: 1967
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  • Austin-Healey 3000 MK3 1965

    €74,950(£63,055.44) €74,950(£63,055.44)

    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Austin-Healey 3000MK3 1965 restored This beautiful Austin-Healey is restored and has new red paint with Old English White sideboards, which accentuates the beautiful lines of this English classic car even more. The original 2912 CC engine is in very good condition and drives really perfect. The beautiful black leather interior with red piping has a fabulous wooden dashboard with chrome clocks. This Austin-Healey is perfect driving and beautiful to see. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1960
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