Austin Healey 100 BN2 | Healey Blue with Le Mans Spec



Built on 31st December 1955 and dispatched from the Longbridge Austin factory on 7th January 1956 this Healey 100 is a late production BN2 model with the very desirable and later 4-speed overdrive gearbox.

Finished in the sensational Healey Blue Metallic with a Navy interior and Navy carpet this example was restored March 1999. The rebuild included a full body, chassis and interior refurbishment with the engine and gearbox rebuilt later in September 2001 to Le Mans specification with uprated pistons, camshaft and a full overhauled head. The car has been specialist maintained since and has just had an extensive service from ourselves including new front dampers and a full steering overhaul.

This Healey is an absolute joy to drive. Performance is exceptional with a broad wave of torque pushing it along briskly, the steering turning sharply and the brakes and suspension performing as they should.

This 100/4 has covered a little over 11,000 miles since restoration and remains in good condition with some age and minor usage related marks across the bodywork but still remaining attractive. The interior has settled very nicely and remains extremely inviting with great colour to the leather. An excellent club level car and a strong investment as a BN2 in the best colour scheme.

Provided serviced with MOT, large paperwork history file detailing restoration, service history and parts invoices.

We can convert this car to RHD should you wish.


YEAR: 1955

  • Restored 1999
  • 11,000 Miles Since

PRICE: £49,500

  • Healey Blue Metallic
  • M Specification



Variant100 BN2 (100/4)Gearbox4 Speed w. Overdrive
ExteriorHealey Ice Blue MetallicInteriorNavy  Carpet

Navy Leather Faced Seating

EngineStraight 4, 2.66 litre,

100M / P280 Uprated specification to engine internals, less cold air box

CarburettorsTwin SU
BrakesDrum Front & Rear Wheels Factory ‘Aluminium’ Silver Painted

Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these particulars, no responsibility is taken for error, omission or misstatement or imperfections not stated. Buyers should satisfy themselves pre purchase of the condition and provenance of the car and on their own judgment satisfy themselves as to whether the car accords to its description or not.

Location kindly provided by Froyle Park, luxury estate venue.