SOLD Austin Healey 100/6 | Repainted and Upgraded by Rawles Motorsport



YSU 704 as an early 100/6 was built at the Longbridge factory on 29thDecember 1956 as a European specification car for delivery to Dusseldorf, Germany. All Longbridge built cars featured a beautiful ridged bonnet, lost on later cars due to cost implications.

Today the car is feature in Healey Blue metallic – its original colour – with Ivory Duotone. Rawles Motorsport Ltd in 2013 under took a full bare metal repaint of all exterior panels, with 5 coats of base colour and 5 coats of lacquer, at the same time rebuilding the original numbers engine to a fast road 2.6 specification with AH2 camshaft and triple Webbers.

Additional Rawles Motorsport upgrades to the car include our stainless low-noise side exhaust plus our 5-speed gearbox conversion.  This upgrade vastly improves acceleration, top speed and cruising capability, all whilst reducing cockpit noise and heat temperatures. A lightweight hardtop is also supplied with

To summarise YSU 704 is a very high specification Healey, with significant expenditure with ourselves in its current ownership from 2010 documented in a large paperwork file, with affirming It as a well sorted car.

Supplied serviced, with MOT, photographs of repaint, heritage certificate of authenticity and large history file.


Call 01420 23212 for more or email


YEAR: 1956

  • Healey Blue Metallic
  • Blue Leather Interior

PRICE: £60,000

  • Beautiful Paint
  • Performance Engine


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    Variant Austin Healey 100/6 BN4 Gearbox 5 Speed
    Exterior Healey Blue Metallic Interior Blue/ White Upholstery

    Blue carpet


    Engine Straight 6 Carburettors Tripple 45DCOE Webbers
    Brakes Disc Front, Drum Rear  Wheels  Aluminium Silver Wires

    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.