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.
Arriving soon from California. BT7 model. Part Restored.
Arriving soon from the USA for restoration.
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Austin-Healey was a sucessfull seller in the US in the 50's. However, with the beginning of the 60's, it's looks were outdated and considered 'old'.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 is going to renovate! Due to renovations we are currently publishing less pictures per car on our website. For more pictures or more information please contact Xavier via phone: 0472/401338 or via e-mail: email@example.com 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
About this Austin Healey 100/6 Launched in 1956 the 100/6 Austin Healey was two inches longer than the 100/4 that it had succeeded, the bodywork was face-lifted to include a smaller, wider radiator grille placed lower, an air scoop was added to the bonnet, and the windscreen was fixed. More importantly the four-cylinder Austin A90 Atlantic engine was replaced by BMC's six-cylinder C Series engine from the Austin Westminster. The 100/6 was initially available in 2+2 guise (BN4), with the two-seater (BN6) version like the sale car following in 1957. Our 1957 Overdrive example is very smartly presented with Red bodywork; believed to be an original RHD car sold new as a CKD version in South Africa, and enjoyed by just one owner there in a warm climate until their passing. Apparently then bequeathed to his niece in Australia, the car was taken to that country and then traded for an MG. Acquired in Australia by the last keeper, he imported it back to England in 2014, but sadly illness now dictates its sale. Echoing the BMC rally cars of its era the interior though is rather smarter than that of the spartan period correct competition machines it features Red-piped Black vinyl bucket seats
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