Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8 Phase II



Restored in 1994 by UK specialist JME Healeys from a sound and very good basis, this original British Racing Green example is presented fabulously well with brilliant modernisations to make the car an effortless tourer.

These upgrades include switchable electronic power steering manufactured, supplied and fitted by classic experts EZ Power Steering UK, an improved braking system which gives a far easier to modulate brake pedal and increased braking performance. The engine was rebuilt in 2006 and produces a wonderful note through a stainless exhaust system. For added comfort, additional sound deadening and heat treatment lines the cockpit. The car also has a retro radio with USB connectivity.

Aesthetically the car is exceptionally well presented with very good condition and quality paint. The car is currently fitted with Austin Healey ‘bumperettes’ in place of the original bumpers which are also provided with the car and can be re-fitted at the new owners wish. Inside the car is upholstered in Black leather and vinyl as per the original factory build specification plus a vintage look modern radio.

The car is well known to ourselves, with the previous owner purchasing the car based on our very positive pre-purchased inspection in 2013.

Provided serviced with heritage certificate of authenticity and large paperwork file. For more information or to book a viewing please call 01420 23212 or email


YEAR: 1965

  • British Racing Green
  • Specialist Restored

PRICE: £63,500

  • Power Steering
  • Phase II



Variant3000 MKIII BJ8Gearbox4 Speed w. Overdrive
ExteriorBritish Racing GreenInteriorBlack Carpet Set

Black Seating

EngineStraight 6, 3 litre,CarburettorsTwin SU
BrakesFront  Disc & Rear Drum

Upgraded System

WheelsStainless/ Chrome Wirers

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.