Posted: Thursday, 14 September 2023 @ 08:19
1961 Austin Healey Sprite MK1 Frogeye | UK
Colour: Leaf Green
1275cc Engine and Gear Box, Front Discs, 3.7 Diff. Steel Bonnet.
Also supplied with Original 948cc Engine, Gear Box and ¼ S.U’s.
4.22 Diff and Front Drum Brakes.
Dynamo with Angle Drive and many more spares.
Proudly owned for 52 years.
This car has been used regularly.
1963 Austin Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 Phase II | UK
Despatched on the 6th October 1964 to L.F. Dove Limited of Surrey, this original home market car is a late twin indicator Phase II featuring all major body, chassis and interior revisions Austin Healey made to the MkIII platform.
Finished in its original Black with Colorado Red duotone, Red interior trim and Black wet weather gear, the car has been subtly upgraded since its restoration including leather hide seating (vinyl seating was standard on MkIIIs), a very nice mohair hood (Everflex was factory), a louvred bonnet and a newly rebuilt (by ourselves) engine... Click to read more.
1966 Austin Healey 3000 MK3 Pre-Production BJ8 | UK
KNX 332D has been maintained by us for the last twenty years, has been treasured and as such kept very original. The car features all original body panels which in 2001-2 we undertook a light renovation of, repainting the car from bare metal, re-upholstering the original seats in upgraded leather (with chrome seat piping as per MkIII cars) and fully rebuilding the engine to standard specification but now running on unleaded fuel.
Supplied serviced with MOT, verification of authenticity, original logbook, large history file, full wet weather gear including tonneau and hood bag, original hammer, jack and more... Click to read more.
1965 Austin Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 Phase II | UK
This late Austin Healey 3000 MkIII is a Phase II BJ8 model, built on the 14th April 1965 and as such features all final production refinements. Finished in Black with a Red interior, this Healey has benefitted from a dry climate all its life having been imported from Australia in 2016.
his Healey presents brilliantly today owing to warm climate preservation and low miles since restoration. Since restoration the car has received upgrades of a large core aluminium radiator and oil cooler suitable for the Australian heat, increased front camber, a brand new tonneau in 2019, new tyres in 2018 and regular servicing... Click to read more.
1965 Austin Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 Phase II | UK
Restored in 1994 by UK specialist JME Healeys from a sound and very good basis, this original British Racing Green example is presented fabulously well with brilliant modernisations to make the car an effortless tourer.
These upgrades include switchable electronic power steering manufactured, supplied and fitted by classic experts EZ Power Steering UK, an improved braking system which gives a far easier to modulate brake pedal and increased braking performance. The engine was rebuilt in 2006 and produces a wonderful note through a stainless exhaust system. For added comfort, additional sound deadening and heat treatment lines the cockpit. The car also has a retro radio with USB connectivity... Click to read more.
1962 Austin Healey 3000 MKIIA BJ7 | UK
Built on 2nd October 1962, this 3000 MkIIA is one of 455 right hand drive BJ7 models, popular for retaining the early car dashboard and more minimalistic interior whilst pioneering the late car, practical setup of wind-up windows and a ‘pram-style’ easy-up hood.
This car is rarer still as one of just 126 1962-year model cars. Finished in its original colours of Colorado Red with a Red interior with White piped Red leather seats and Red carpet, plus Black Everflex and hood bag. This Healey retains its original numbers engine and 4-speed gearbox... Click to read more.
1958 Austin Healey Sprite MK1 Frogeye | UK
Complete with its Heritage Certificate, this car is an original UK car, first supplied by P. Pike Ltd, Exeter. The first owner being a hotelier in Lyme Regis. The car was rebuilt using an all-steel Stage 3 Wheeler & Davies bodyshell, supplied by The Frogeye Spares Company. Finished in its original colour of Speedwell Blue, body panel gaps have been perfectly aligned. Prior to being painted the shell was also seam welded.
The car has been fitted with an uprated 948cc engine making this a smooth and more comfortable ride. This engine drives through a later rib cased gearbox to a rear axle with a 3.9:1 differential and uprated rear half shafts. The car also has later disc brakes, ‘Sebring’ pedal box, uprated suspension and wire wheels... Click to read more.
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1965 Austin Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 | USA
1965 3000 MK III.
- Dark British Racing Green.
- 15,500 miles since full body off restoration in the 1990's.
- Single owner for the last 24 years.
- Always stored in a heated garage.
Austin Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 | Greece
According to the Piraeus Customs Certificate, the car (of French specifications – letter F on engine number and as per Record Trace Certificate) was auctioned in Greece by the Hellenic Army Pension Fund and was customs cleared in Greece on January 9, 1973.
Vehicle Registration Document nr. 533312 from the Z’ Piraeus Customs was issued on June 6, 1975, basis the car body number.
Car matches all the Certificate numbers so it is a “matching numbers” car as they say in the car jargon, but does not match colour, which according to the Certificate was British Racing Green, while the car was actually red. I resprayed the car in Colorado Red over Ivory, i.e. as it appears on the photos and as is today... Click to read more.
1967 Austin Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 | USA
1967 3000 Mk III Phase 2 BJ8; AKA "The Silver Bullet."
- Greystone Metallic with Black interior.
- Exterior repainted in 2017.
- Interior freshened 2018.
Front-tube shocks, gear-reduction starter, negative ground, Petronics, alternator, 72 spoke rear wheels, custom exhaust.
Original radio out of car, but available. Drive-train, wheels and tires balanced by Hendrix Wirewheels.
Maintained for the last 20 years by Hendrix Wirewheels.
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