Austin Healey 3000 MkIII | UK Home Market Phase II

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DETAILS

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 fast road specification to the original engine including Denis Welch high performance head and an upgraded exhaust system.

From the late 80s the car has resided in Germany where it was looked after and restored by a British car specialist and restored. Clearly the subject of meticulous attention to detail, this Healey remains in exceptionally nice condition throughout and driving exceptionally well.

Provided serviced and with MOT, British Motor Heritage Certificate of Authenticity, large paperwork history file, photographic documentation of restoration and more. Fully UK registered and imported with all duties paid on registration YHH 442B.

OVERVIEW

YEAR: 1964

  • UK RHD BJ8 PhII
  • Original Colours

PRICE: £66,500

  • Upgraded Engine
  • Mohair Hood

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Specifications

Variant3000 MkIII BJ8 Phase II, LateGearbox4 Speed Centre Change w. Overdrive
ExteriorBlack with Colorado Red DuotoneInteriorBlack Carpet Set

Bed  Leather Seating with Red piping

EngineStraight 6, 3 litre,CarburettorsTwin SU
BrakesFront Disc & Rear Drum
WheelsChrome/ Stainless Wires

DISCLAIMER
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.