- Extensively restored and modified by Severn Classics - Speedwell Monza-style bonnet, Dan Dare removable hardtop - Engine / g'box / diff overhauled, new wiring, fuel system, brakes Further Info: Starting out life as a standard Austin-Healey Sprite MKIII, `GBJ 689J' was purchased by the vendor from its previous owner of twenty-eight years and entrusted to Severn Classics of Cradley, West Midlands for a thorough makeover and upgrade. Firstly shot blasted back to bare metal and then stripped back to the chassis, whereupon all necessary welding and repairs were done to the floors, B-posts and chassis before the new recreation fibreglass Sebring Sprite body with Speedwell Monza-style bonnet was fitted along with the refurbished steel doors. Work carried out on the mechanicals consisted briefly of:- - Overhauled 1275cc engine with new pistons and piston rings - Refurbished and cleaned carburettors - Rejuvenated 4-speed standard gearbox - Overhauled differential - New wiring loom - New fuel system - New braking system Finished in Jaguar Quartz (silver/blue) with a Black `Dan Dare' roof and Red upholstery, the two-seater is described by the vendor as being in `excellent' order with regard
1971 austin healey sebring sprite evocation grey 4-speed hardtop manual restored austin-healey
The Motor House, Lyncastle Road
Warrington, WA4 4SN, Cheshire
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