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Arriving soon from Monaco. Photos and more information to follow shortly.
First registered on 16th August 1967, this is a very desierable, very late built 3000 MKIII Phase II car. An original RHD UK car, finished in British Racing Green with Black interior. Original Bakelite steering wheel, beautiful walnut dash and full wet weather gear including optional tonneau and hood bag. Fitted with period lucas spotlamps & chrome/ stainless wires.
Originally built in late May 1955, this beautiful matching numbers Austin Healey 100 BN1 is a high-quality, original UK car finished in the sensational Reno Red with Black interior trim including Black leather seats with Red piping. The car is complete with full wet weather gear including roof, side screens and tonneau in the correct Black Everflex material.
Arriving October 1st. Photos and more information to follow shortly.
This mid 1963 3000 MKII BJ7 represents an excellent opportunity to buy a good condition, low mileage and very desirable wind-up window car with just 60,000 miles from new.
New In. Originally built between 15th-21st May 1964, this example is a extremely rare and desirable 3000 MKIII BJ8 Phase One of which just 1,000 examples were built (as opposed to over 16,000 Phase Two cars). These models are coveted for launching the new ‘De-Luxe’ interior as seen on the later cars but whilst retaining single front sidelights and slimmer rear lights.
Finished in Healey Blue with Ivory White duotone this car has Blue seating and interior trim, with the seats themselves period comfort buckets as used in the works endurance cars – a good option for long distance comfort. The car is provided with full wet weather gear trimmed in the correct Everflex vinyl.
Austin Healey 3000 MKII Rally Car | Monte Carlo & Isle of Man Winner (2015 Restoration)| 1961 | £90,000
BSK 940 represents an excellent opportunity to acquire a fully rally prepared 1961 Austin Healey 3000 MKII with 30 years of highly successful campaign winning provenance (Monte Carlo 1st in Class, multiple Isle of Man rally winner as well as competitive positioning in many other events) with engine build and chassis optimization by Denis Welch. The car has recently been restored and refreshed with only light road usage since.
Originally built 19-20th October 1966 this 3000 MKIII BJ8.2 is finished in Black with Colorado Red two-tone, with Red seating and Red piled carpet. The car is supplied with its original engine, body, chassis and rear differential all matching numbers. As a late model this car features the ‘De-Luxe’ cockpit with rich Walnut dash. Very highly specified from new, factory equipment included extras of: adjustable steering column, tonneau cover, overdrive, wire wheels and more.
This example is presented in fantastic condition throughout, totally rust free and remarkable clean having been fully restored between 2011 – 2016 with less than 1,000 miles since. The quality and scale of the works were comprehensive, with the car taken back to bare metal, the chassis repaired, repainted in stages with the body removed and panels painted separately. The chrome is very good condition.
Just in, photographs and full information to come shortly.
1958 late 100/6 in Austin Healey 100S colours of Old English White on Blue and with Black interior with White piping. Fully restored 2013 with chassis/ panels acid dipped prior to repiar. Engine rebuilt to 2.9 litres, upgraded 5-speed gearbox (original 4 speed available). Very few miles since completion. Photographic documentation of restoration.
Austin Healey 3000 MKII - Colorado Red| 1962| £52,000
Built 1962 and presented in its original colours of Colorado Red with Red interior trim. Matching numbers. Very good bodywork including works style wing vents, spotlamps and currently with original works hardtop.
Original Judson Supercharged Austin Healey Frogeye Sprite| 1959 | £20,000
First built on 12-15th October 1959 this vehicle represents a very rare opportunity to acquire an original dealer fitted Judson Model SP Supercharger fitted from new. The car is presented in its original, very desirable colours of Cherry Red exterior with Red trim and a Black hood. The car remains totally numbers matching, and the supercharger is also.
An exceptional period option, this Judson supercharger conversion claimed 45 percent more horsepower, rapidly increased acceleration times from 21 seconds to just 12 and a top speed of 94 mph over the standard car’s 78. Most pleasingly the car is still adorned with original and unique Judson Supercharged badging across the bodywork.
Austin Healey 100/6 BN4, rare Florida Green - Mille Miglia Eligible| 1956| £On Application please
This 1956 Austin Healey 100/6 BN4 2+2 was notably produced at the Longbridge factory on 17th December 1956 (Mille Miglia eligible) in the rare and coveted original Florida Green body colour on Black interior trim and Black hood. Longbridge cars are a rarity and were produced only between May 1956 and December 1957 before production was relocated to the Abingdon factory. These early cars are identified by a unique bonnet design with a crease down the middle and a locking door handle on the drivers side. Originally dispatched to Alabama, USA this early 100/6 was well specified from the factory with a laminated windscreen, heater, overdrive and Dunlop wire wheels. This car is available converted to RHD.
Austin Healey 100/6 recent Texas import for restoration to your specification| 1957| £On AppplicationRecently imported this 100/6 is very sold and in our opinion is a very good be car for a full restoration, check our restoration case studies or call us to discuss the specification of your Austin Healey
With just 52,000 miles from new, this beautiful XK140 Fixed Head Coupe was first registered 9th October 1956 in the UK as one of only 738 original right hand drive example. The car is finish in Burnt Orange on Black leather interior.
The original tool kit including tyre pump, tools and grease gun is present as is the original Jaguar ‘Operating, Maintenance and Service and Handbook’ with lubrication chart. The car is supplied UK registered.
Jaguar E Type Series III V12 Coupe| 1971| £46,000
Just in. 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe finished in the excellent Signal Red and with its original Biscuit interior in excellent condition. Mechanically excellent having just had a engine-out service with the gearbox rebuilt, new manifolds, alternator, starter, water pump, engine repaint, full new stainless exhaust and much more.
Rover 12 Tourer | Beautifully Preserved w. Spare Engine/Gearbox| 1936 | £20,000
First registered in 1936 this Rover 12 Tourer is an original UK right hand drive car, restored in 1992/3 by Upton Noble Garage in Somerset and remarkably preserved throughout. Finished in British Racing Green with Black mud guards on Brown leather interior with Green carpet. This fine example was restored in 1993 very sensitivley and accuratley.
Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8 Phase One 'Nasty Boy'| 1964| £60000Originally built on 22-23rd October 1964 for North American export this BJ8 was carefully restored between 2007 and the end of 2011 as a period-style ‘Nasty Boy’ conversion. The works were professional comprehensive with the car taken back to a bare metal chassis with new floors and many new panels. At the same time side vents and an aluminum bonnet with louvers and works grille were fitted as per the original Works cars.
Now Sold within 7 days of advertising. Restored in 2016 by Rawles Motorsport Ltd with less than 500 dry summer miles covered since. Finished in Healey Blue on Ivory two-tone with Navy Blue interior, this rare numbers matching MKI BN7 is one of only 68 right hand drive two-seater cars to be produced in 1959.
The MKI two-seat cars were notably produced for race and rally homologation with this model winning the Liege-Rome-Liege Rally of 1959, the 1961 Coupes Des Alpes Rally (as drive by Stirling Moss) and entering Le Mans in 1960.
Austin Healey 100/4 BN2 FOR FULL RESTORATION| 1956| £On Application please
1956 Austin Healey 100/4 BN2, original Ivory White exterior with Black leather interior with White seat piping. As a later and desirable BN2 car this example features the 4-speed gearbox with overdrive versus the early cars which had a 3-speed gearbox as well as brake upgrades. The car is an original North American export car but easily reconfigurable to RHD (over 80% of cars were exported to the states and most present day UK cars are now imported converted cars).
Classic car values and Austin Healey prices in particular have grown over 20% per year in the last two years well in excess of investment rates, any gains you make on the sale of your car is also free of capital gains tax. A sensible investment that also brings pleasure.
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