SOLD | Austin Healey 3000 MkIIA BJ7 | Healey Blue Metallic & Ivory, 2019 Repaint

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DETAILS

More photos to follow. Priced £60,000 converted RHD.

Built on 11thJune 1963, this Healey 3000 is a desirable MkIIA (BJ7) model finished in its original colours of Healey Blue with Ivory Duotone, Blue Interior trim and a Blue hood.

The BJ7 models are rare and especially popular among Healey enthusiasts for pioneering the late style wind-up windows and pram easy-up hood whilst retaining the early Gerry Coker designed and more minimalistic interior, less the wooden dashboard of later cars.

This car is fresh from a bare metal, engine-out repaint with zero miles since here in the UK, with the engine receiving a major service at the same time, new tyres and much more. All of the body panels on this car remarkably are original, which makes for a very high level of body fit. The car retains its original engine and is highly optioned from the factory with overdrive, an adjustable steering column, a heater and more.

Supplied serviced with MOT, British Motor Heritage Certificate of Authenticity plus wet weather gear.

OVERVIEW

YEAR: 1963

  • Healey Blue & Ivory
  • Navy Interior

PRICE: £SOLD

  • Repainted 2019
  • Original Panels

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Specifications

Variant3000 MkIIA (BJ7)Gearbox4-Speed Overdrive
ExteriorHealey Blue Metallic with Ivory DuotoneInteriorNavy Leather

Blue Carpet

Engine 

Straight 6, 3 litre

 

 

CarburettorsTwin SU
BrakesDisc Front and Drum Rear, Wheels Aluminium Silver

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.