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Austin-Healey Sprite cars for sale

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Austin-Healey Sprite
12000 21995 GBP
  • 1959 AUSTIN HEALEY FROGEYED SPRITE. Cherry Red with Black Trim and Black Mohair Hood. Professionally Restored and seriously upgraded for a very well known BRDC racing driver, to his own exacting standards. 1275 Stage 2 Engine, CR Gearbox, 3.7 Diff, Disc Brakes, Uprated Suspension, Front Anti Roll Bar, Long Centre Branch Manifold, Etc. etc. Less than 3000 Miles since. Properly set up. Will sit at 85 MPH all day long and in outstanding order.

    • Year: 1959

    • Last update: 7 days old

    • Mileage: 3000 mi

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  • Sherwood Restorations
    01636 812655
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  • Gerry Coker's cheeky styling of the MKI Sprite endowed it with lasting appeal, and good examples are now eagerly sought. So too are those requiring restoration, something `167 GWL' is undeniably in need of, following a period of dry storage prompted by the death of its previous owner. The vendor informs us that the `baby' Healey is `a pretty solid, original example' and that its engine `does run'. The odometer currently registers an unwarranted 39,217 miles and the Frogeye comes with current V5C.

    • Year: 1959

    • Last update: 3 days old

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  • H & H
    08458 334455
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  • This delightful-looking Frogeye that's been in the current ownership since 2007 is finished in Iris Blue with a White hardtop. The interior is trimmed in Blue and the `baby' Healey rides on painted wire wheels. These MKI sprites are now much sought after and this one, that started life in Cyprus, is now being offered complete with: original steel bonnet; original engine featuring such niceties as an alloy rocker cover and pancake air filters; wood rim steering wheel; Heritage Certificate; numerous invoices and previous MOTs up to 2012. The Sprite was launched in Monte Carlo immediately prior to the 1958 Monaco Grand Prix. The unique, one-piece bonnet covered a mildly tuned, 948cc version of the BMC `A' Series engine found in the Austin A35 and Morris Minor. Some 49,000 Frogeyes are said to have been built between 1958 and 1961, when the model was replaced by the more conventional-looking MKII Sprite.

    • Year: 1960

    • Last update: 3 days old

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  • H & H
    08458 334455
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  • (SOLD) This Austin Healy was known as Bugeye Sprite because of its distinctive headlights appearance. The headlights mounted on top of the centre bonnet, which hinged from the back in one piece together with outer mudguards.

    • Year: 1959

    • Last update: 9 days old

    • Mileage: 28003 mi

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  • Classic Showcase
    (760) 758-6100
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  • Completed at the Austin-Healey Works in January of 1960, this Sprite MK I "Bugeye" was configured as a US market left hand drive example. Its early history remains unknown, but by the 1990s the Sprite was in Texas with an Austin-Healey enthusiast. Here it was treated to a meticulous restoration, and tastefully upgraded to a serious performance car. The original 948cc engine was removed in favor of a 1,275cc unit, and a supercharger installed to feed it, while Minilite-style alloy wheels, white-faced Smiths gauges, and a sports steering wheel were fitted to give the car an appropriately racy look. This beautifully presented Sprite offers much-improved performance, charming looks, and should be a fun companion on the backroads for a relatively modest investment.

    • Year: 1960

    • Last update: 9 days old

    • Mileage: 484 mi

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  • Classic Showcase
    (760) 758-6100
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