SOLD | Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8 Phase II | Original RHD



First registered on 16th August 1967, this is a very desirable, 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. The car is also fitted with period Lucas spotlamps & chrome/ stainless wires.

This vehicle is a well restored example, with very nice panel gaps throughout and a pleasingly high quality of paint finish. Much of the chrome and brightwork is original to the car and also in good condition. A notable and very rare item to the car is that it still wears its original front emblem of which it is little known that these should be red painted on Phase Two cars unlike reproduction parts which have a incorrect finish. A sump gaurd fitted to the car gives an outwardly sporting look.

Inside, the car is fantastically preseved with all original Ambla vinyl 2+2 seating and with the door cards, dash and other panels also believed to be original. The carpet is more recently replaced and very goood. A 12V accessory power socket is fitted inside the car and the additional spotlamps are neatly integrated into the interior with matching switchgear.

Provided serviced and with heritage certificate of authenticity.


YEAR: 1967

  • An original RHD UK car
  • Black interior

Deposit Taken

  • Beautiful walnut dash
  • Period Lucas spotlamps


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    Variant 3000 MKIII BJ8 Phase Two Gearbox 4 Speed w. Overdrive
    Smooth changes
    Exterior British Racing Green Interior Black Carpet Set

    Black Ambla Pattern Seats

    Engine Straight 6, 3 litre, Carburettors Twin SU
    Brakes Disc Front & Drum Rear
    Wheels Chrome/ Stainless 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.