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Austin-Healey 3000: Buying guide and review (1959-1967)

Austin-Healey 3000: Buying guide and review (1959-1967) Classic and Performance Car
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Austin-Healey is a name synonymous with big, brutish sports cars – most iconic of which is the six-cylinder 3000. This is a big, manly roadster, with heavy control weights and a tricky handling balance. At least that’s the common perception…
 
This is, for the most part however, a grand tourer. Drive it like an out and out sports car and the 3000 will the not respond particularly well, often displaying those ‘unfriendly’ characteristics. It's also worth noting that unless it's in tip-top mechanical condition, a tired 3000 could very well feel like a bag of bolts. Find a great example, and treat it with the respect it deserves, it will seemingly transform into one of the most effortless and long-legged the cruisers that most rivals could only dream of. 
 
Big Healeys are extremely popular cars in the historic rallying scene, and that’s because they are simple but hugely effective machines. They can take a lot of punishment too, and if looked after can prove to be extremely reliable. After all, it's no coincidence that you see so many appearing near the top of the rankings in any historic rallying event. They can also be pretty handy on the track with some careful setting up.
 
Look at values today, and it’s sometimes surprising to see just how affordable a Big Healey is compared to something like a Jaguar E-type, or anything red and Italian. For many years they remained overlooked as classic buys. The problem is that they always seem to be stuck in a Jaguar/MG sandwich, with more enthusiasts opting for Jaguars or the plentiful and more affordable MGs. 
 
The thing is, that feeling has rapidly been diminishing as the great value roadsters have been attracting more and more attention, and are no longer quite the bargain they once were. 
 

Which ‘Big Healey’ to buy?

 
Around 90 per cent of Big Healeys were exported to America, with only 5000 cars throughout the 14-year production period staying in Britain. So scarcity plays a part, although many have subsequently returned to the UK. Also, most Healeys, up until the introduction of the 3000 Mk2a, had only a rudimentary windscreen and sidescreens. 
 
When Healey 3000s began to return to Britain from the States they were usually tired and most were cost-effectively rebuilt to rally specification, tuned for action rather than real-world motoring. That’s why the last 3000 model, the BJ8 Mk3, with its more comfortable trim, wind-up windows and proper hood, has long been the most popular choice with drivers rather than racers. But, as always, things evolve and now there is more to it…
 
Over the years many surviving Mk3s have been brought back to the UK and restored, so now earlier Mk1 and Mk2 cars are coming into focus, available for less money. In an ideal world you should find a good Mk1 donor car and modify it to your requirements. It will not be noisy, smelly or loose but rather a British Bulldog that most passengers will enjoy almost as much as you, the fast-travelling driver.
 
While we’re not specifically covering any in this guide, you will no doubt come across a few Austin-Healey 3000 replicas and kit cars during your search – from well-known companies such as Sebring International and US-based Classic Roadsters.
 

Performance and specs

 
Austin-Healey 3000 Mk3
Engine 2912cc, in-line six-cylinder
Power 148bhp @ 5250rpm
Torque 165lb ft @ 3500rpm
Top speed 121mph
0-60mph 9.8sec
Fuel consumption 21.6mpg
Gearbox Four-speed manual with overdrive
 

Dimensions and weight

 
Wheelbase 2330mm
Length 4001mm
Width 1524mm
Height 1238mm
Kerb weight 1180kg
 

Common problems

 
• Beware bad body panels, because it consists of many compound curves, and that swage line takes many man-hours to get right. There are a whole host of complicated inner panels that will need replacing as well as the inevitable door posts. This is why a well restored car is worth paying for.
 
• The chassis didn’t receive any rust proofing from the factory, and even cars that lived in the dry states for most of their lives will probably be suffering from corrosion today. Check that the four chassis outriggers are in good shape, as these are the first to rot, and can often hide a great deal of patchwork. 
 
• At the rear of the car, check the condition of the boot floor and the spring hangers, as these are prone to corrosion, and if not solid will cause a number of odd handling (and safety) issues.
 
• Other areas to check for rust or poor repairs are the inner sills, chassis rails, inner wings, bumper mounts, front and rear crossmembers as well as where the bulkhead meets the floor.
 
• Finding an original interior is extremely unlikely today, as the sun can take its toll on the dashboard top, while leather seats are often re-trimmed. Check the quality of any recent trimming work. One of the great things about the Austin-Healey is that there is no shortage companies producing replacement parts, so a tatty interior shouldn’t put you off – just don’t expect a re-trim to come cheap. Finding a car with an original hardtop is unusual, although modern replicas have been available for some time. 
 
• Adding telescopic dampers to the rear suspension makes a huge difference to the ride and handling. Another upgrade worth looking out for is a modified Panhard rod, which is a must when running grippier radial tyres. 
 
• At the front adjustable shock absorber mounts and other tweaks are also useful, which allow for negative camber and decent set-up to counter understeer. 
 
• Disc brakes were standard on all 3000s, although a servo was only made an option on the Mk2, with it becoming standard on all Mk3 models. This is a worthwhile addition to any Big Healey.
 
• Steering boxes are usually very worn, so check for any play around the straight ahead when on a test drive. If it feels sloppy, you can attempt to service the box with new gear and peg, while new replacements are available. If going for a new replacement, it’s worth considering a quicker ratio box, suited better to competition use.
 
• With the engine, guaranteeing the cooling with an improved radiator is a smart move, while fitting an alternator and electronic ignition for reliability also make sense. 
 
• These lusty straight-six motors are all about easy torque. If you want to go all out, building a 185bhp engine with a steel crank and rods, big valve alloy head, hot cam, high-lift rockers and competition manifolds and tripple Webers is the expensive option – leaving little change from £20k. For road use, an honest 150bhp from a well set-up triple SU carbs is hard to beat, and much more cost effective not to mention usable.
 
• The engines are generally very reliable, and if serviced can rack up large mileages before a rebuild is needed. Check for strong oil pressure and any signs of oil burning on a decent test drive.
 

Model history

 
March 1959-May ’61: 3000 Mk1, BN7 (two-seater), BT7 (2+2), 2912cc six-cylinder engine, 124bhp, disc front brakes.
 
April 1961-June ’62: 3000 Mk2, BN7 and BT7. Engine upgraded to 132bhp with triple SU carburettors, new grille with slats and revised bonnet intake.
 
February 1962-November ’63: 3000 Mk2a BJ7. Revised ‘convertible’-style windscreen, quarterlights, wind-up windows, new folding hood, only available as a 2+2, back to twin SU carburettors, 131bhp.
 
November 1963-December ’67: 3000 Mk3 BJ8. Full-width wooden dash, tunnel console and better trim. Only available as a 2+2. 148bhp with twin SUs. Phase 2 had improved rear suspension travel.
 

Owners clubs, forums and websites

 
• www.austinhealeyclub.com – UK-based Austin-Healey Club
• healeydriversclub.co.uk – UK-based Healey Drivers’ Club
• www.ahspares.co.uk – Austin-Healey parts
• www.cape-international.com – Austin-Healey specialist
• www.bighealey.co.uk – Austin-Healey specialist
 

Summary and prices

 
Austin-Healey 3000 prices have been creeping up as drivers realise there is rarely a ‘cheap’ option. Prices used to range from £18-£30k but now decent Big Healeys cost from £28,000, with very good examples fetching £60,000+.
 
The two-seater (BN7) roadster 3000 Mk1 is perhaps the bargain of the range. Expect to pay £40k+ for a good one. The more refined Mk3s are now valued at £55,000-£65,000 or you could opt for a less-expensive 100/6 for around £18,000, and have it improved to 3000 spec.
 
Big Healeys are tough, charismatic and simple sports cars of the old school. Typically, when worn out or badly restored or set-up they are unpleasant and crude. But drivers now realise that careful restoration with sensible improvements can transform these cars into effective roadsters that handle, brake, ride and perform with the best of them. The specialists now fully understand all the weaknesses, and good replacement parts have been remade to bring these straightforward cars up to the mark.
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  • 1962 Austin-Healey 3000 MkIIa BT7

    £40,000 - £45,000 est. £40,000 - £45,000 est.
    Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0DE
    Auction Date: 25 Oct 2017
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    • Engine size: 2.9
    Auction Date: 25 Oct 2017
    Brightwells
    01568 611122 VIEW CONTACT NUMBER
  • 1962 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk. II

    $38,500(£28,490) $38,500(£28,490)

    1962 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark II Tri-Carb s/n HB57L16356 Black with Black Interior Austin-Healey truly cemented their reputation as a producer of serious, capable sports cars with the introduction of the 3000. The 3000 series cars were so significant, that this series comprised more than sixty percent of the total production volume worldwide at their peak of manufacturing. These capable six cylinder brutes would quickly become known affectionately as the "Big Healey". Not only was the car popular, the affordability allowed for market expansion particularly in North America, which accounted for nearly 90% of all sales. By March of 1961, the Austin Healey 3000 Mark II brought several changes to the already excellent 3000 Mark. I. Available in two forms, with wind up windows or side curtains, the new model also included a newly styled grille with vertical bars among other improvements. The Mark II offers the desirable styling of the early "Big Healeys" combined with the performance and practicality of the more refined cars. This particular car is a rare tri-carb, center shift example, which is regarded as the more desirable series among Healey owners. The ownership history and records

    • Year: 1962
    • Mileage: 12438 mi
    For sale
  • Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII

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    - Original RHD UK supplied example with 62,500 recorded miles - Re-painted in 2013, over-drive equipped and known ownership from new - Overhauled carburettors last year, MOT'd to July 2018 and ready to be enjoyed Donald Healey's eponymous company built a prototype two-seater sports car for display at the 1952 London Motor Show that not only impressed the public, but also so excited Austin's Managing Director, Leonard Lord, that he struck a deal to build the car in volume at Longbridge. The newcomer was renamed the Austin-Healey 100 and the rest, as they say, is history. The 'Big' Healey enjoyed steady development with the four cylinder cars giving way to the 100-Six of 1956, which was replaced by the first of the 3000s in 1959. The final version was the 3000 MKIII which was launched in October 1963 and mildly upgraded (Phase 2) in May the following year. The most powerful and luxurious of all the models, it had a lively performance courtesy of its 150bhp straight-six engine and featured such niceties as wind-up windows and a walnut veneer facia. 3000 production closed at the end of 1967 after 42,926 had been made, 17,712 of which were MKIIIs. As one of the last of the line, the 300

    • Year: 1967
    For sale
  • Austin Healey 3000 MKIII 1966

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    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU/ VERKOCHT Austin Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 1966 needs full restoration Very hard to find, 1966 Austin Healey 3000MK3 BJ8, for restoration. The car seems to be complete for about 98% and the chassis seems to be damagefree. The car has a lot of rust, common for unrestored Healeys. 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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  • 1963 Austin Healey 3000 MKII

    £79,995 £79,995

    We are delighted to offer this magnificent matching numbers UK supplied Austin Healey onto the market. YNF 526A was built between the 1st and 4rd of November 1963 and supplied new by Windsor Motor Company, Windsor, Berkshire. This RHD Home Market car was equipped new with overdrive, wire wheels, heater, adjustable steering column, servo assisted brakes and laminated windscreen. Whilst this is a genuine UK home market car, it has spent much of its life overseas in RHD format. The Austin Healey was taken to San Marino where it spent several years prior to being registered in Italy on the 7 th July 1982. The Healey then spent 32 years in Italy, spending from 1982 to 2012 in Brescia with one owner. In 2014 the car was in Roma, and was brought back to the UK and it has had just one UK owner since. YNF 526A came back to the UK and was sold to the last owner in stunning, excellent condition. The Ice Blue over Cream paintwork was and still is in pristine condition with an outstanding finish. The car was found to be in mechanically excellent order with a beautifully strong engine holding very good oil pressure. The Healey was put through an MOT, fully serviced and since then has covered jus

    • Year: 1963
    • Mileage: 500 mi
    For sale
  • Austin Healey 3000 MK1 BT7 '61

    €42,950(£38,002.16) €42,950(£38,002.16)

    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 clearance to be increased, and subsequently,

    • Year: 1961
    • Mileage: 3674 mi
    For sale
  • 1965 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK III BJ8

    $97,500(£72,150) $97,500(£72,150)

    --Pacific Green with White coves, Black interior and Black top, Exception restoration (details below), 3.0 liter 6-cylinder engine, 4-speed manual transmission with overdrive, Numbers matching, BMHT Heritage Certificate. This highly desirable Phase II Healey was built in May 1965. It is an original left-hand- drive model delivered to New York and equipped with the following factory options: Adjustable steering column, Black tonneau cover, Heater, Laminated windscreen, Luggage rack, Speedometer calibrated in miles per hour and Wire wheels. This wonderful example of the ultimate “Big Healey” received a thorough, photo documented rotisserie restoration by marque specialist Fred Brander. It was performed for the owner at the time, an Austin Healey Club concours judge and thus performed to Austin- Healey Club Concours Gold standards. No area of the car was left untouched. Since restoration, this Healey has not been shown on the concours lawn instead it has been collector owned and cared for since restoration. In 2012 and due to its exceptional condition throughout, it was used as the cover car and subject Healey for the September 2012 edition of Classic Motorsports magazine. This Healey

    • Year: 1965
    • Mileage: 1965 mi
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  • 1959 Austin Healey 3000 MKI

    £74,995 £74,995

    GSK 817 was built on the 7th-8th April 1959 and left the factory in Colarado Red with Red upholstery. The Healey was sold new in New York, USA with wire wheels, overdrive, adjustable steering column, heater, laminated windscreen and miles per hour speedometer. The car is today still with its original engine and gearbox, and during the early 1990's was fitted with a racing overdrive unit. In 1991 the Healey was brought over to the UK, subject of a right hand drive steering conversion and restoration work and was registered too and owned by one of our existing customers for almost 20 years.

    • Year: 1959
    • Mileage: 1959 mi
    For sale
  • Austin Healey 3000 MK2 '63

    €79,950(£70,739.76) €79,950(£70,739.76)

    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
    For sale
  • 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk1

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    1960 Austin-Healey 3000 Mkl BN7 VIN: H-BN7-L10160 Completed on June 1st 1960, this BN7 was shipped off to the North American market eight- days later. It was optioned with wire wheels, heater, adjustable steering column, overdrive, and a laminated windscreen. In 2010, then owner Ray Kennett completed a full nut and bolt restoration of the car. His shop, BTO Auto works, is a veteran of over 20 concours level Big Healey restorations. The engine, transmission, and suspension were rebuilt by well-known Healey expert, Peter Genovese of Highland Automotive of Highland, NY. In September 2010, the car won the Austin-Healey concours class at British Invasion XX in Stowe, Vermont. In 2011, under the new ownership of Ray D'Ardenne the car won Gold Level Certification at the Healey Conclave in Colorado Springs. This car may have a Gold Level Certification, but it is not a trailer queen. Being a 1960 it is eligible for many of the great vintage tours, and this BN7 successfully completed the Colorado Grand in 2013 as well as the Copperstate 1000 in 2014. The car's most recent owner has focused on both the drivability and concours competiveness. In the past three years he has rebuilt the overdriv

    • Year: 1960
    For sale
  • Austin-Healey 3000

    £1 £1

    **NOW SOLD** 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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  • 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
    For sale
  • 1961 Austin Healey 3000 BT-7 Mark II

    POA POA

    (SOLD) Our very rare, limited production model has wire wheels, a tonneau cover and a soft top. An excellent driver level vehicle. The Austin has been restored to an excellent driver level, and is among only 261 vehicles of its kind. Our RHD, Tri carb 3000 Healey was one of the shortest production models made, which makes it one of the most collectible and desirable vehicles.

    • Year: 1961
    For sale
  • 1967 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8

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    (SOLD) This high quality California/Arizona car has very good chrome, radio blanking plate, side mirrors on the doors, chrome wire wheels, and is also a great driver. This vehicle has a black top and a very stylish in British Racing Green. This is a very late production 1967 BJ8, which comes with a Heritage Certificate. This classic has many features including a 6 cylinder engine, roll up windows, wood dash, and adjustable jump seats for extra seating that fold down for storage. This would be a wonderful addition to any collection. The BJ8 is the most desirable and collectable of the 3000’s.

    • Year: 1967
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  • 1965 Austin Healey 3000 MK III BJ8

    POA POA

    (SOLD) The original owner of this Austin Healey 3000 MK III BJ8 stored the vehicle for over 20 years. Shortly before his passing he revealed the existence of the Healey to his offspring. They found the car along with three other dilapidated cars in a garage in Monterey Park CA. It was subsequently sold to a retired gentleman who was an Austin Healey connoisseur who spent five years and no expense meticulously restoring the car. This is an original California black plate car. This complete frame off restoration is well documented with photographs. It has been driven under 100 test miles since restoration. It is set up for and sorted out for the new owner to enjoy, drive, and show.

    • Year: 1965
    • Mileage: 100 mi
    For sale
  • 1966 Austin Healey 3000 Mark III BJ8 Convertible

    POA POA

    (SOLD) The Austin-Healey 3000 Mark III was the final variation of a handsome line of British sports cars that stared in 1953. It offered roll-up windows, a luxurious interior with a walnut dashboard, radio console, arm rest and arm bars, and an excellent folding soft top. Mechanical refinements included power brakes, the best center shift transmission and a 150hp engine. This vehicle offered for sale here is a very rare, factory black/red example. This stunning color scheme suits the car handsomely. Factory options include a 4-speed overdrive gearbox, upgraded 60-spoke chrome wire wheels with newer tires, adjustable steering wheel and a heater. The paintwork presents very well. Recent restoration work includes complete new leather interior, carpets, top, mostly new chrome and rubber, new windshield, detailed engine compartment and under carriage. A very good running and driving car with overdrive. This vehicle presents a good opportunity to acquire the most popular and desirable Austin-Healey production model, the late BJ-8 sports convertible. This car is sold with a file of receipts, knock-off hammer, and reprint of owner's manual, top boot and bag.

    • Year: 1966
    • Mileage: 93847 mi
    For sale
  • AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 BJ7 4 SEATS 1963

    £45,000 £45,000

    We can delivery anywhere in the world. ;;1963 Austin Healey 3000 BJ7 MK2 4 seater. Dark Maroon over Ivory with black interior and NEW chrome wire wheels and tires. Very good condition. ;;The car runs well with a strong engine, we have the British Heritage Certified Trust and a picture of it is included. The car has been fully restored and is in fantastic condition. All gauges, lights, etc. work as they should, turn signals and horn work as well. No radio.;;Car Chassis Number- H-BJ7-L/19731;;Engine Number - 29F-RU-H/512;;Body Number - 55511;;Body- Original sheet metal, no patches on panels. Floors look original with no rust. ;;Drivetrain- 6 cylinder runs like new, 4 speed transmission with electric overdrive that works flawlessly. ;;Interior- Nice leather seats, door panels, top and boot. No rips, tears or wear showing. Door glass, windshield in good condition.;;You could buy this car and drive it to a Show the next weekend and be proud, with the assurance that any reasonable amount of money invested would yield a GREAT return.;;NOVA Certificate proving all taxed paid will be supplied. Now with 12 month MOT.;;There are more photos on our web site www.nuneatoncarsales.co.uk;;Our Showroom in Hinckley is open 7 days a week for viewings. ;;;;;;;;;;;;;

    • Mileage: 55000 mi
    For sale
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