Austin Healey 3000 MKIII | New Restoration, ’67 Final Production


Newly restored by a European based Healey specialist and with delivery mileage since, this 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MkIII is a great example of the late BJ8 Phase II in final production specification, ready to go. The car has had a full Rawles Motorsport post restoration shakedown plus first service and will receive final checks before delivery.

Restoration of this fine Healey was extremely comprehensive with the car stripped back to bare metal, fully disassembled down to every nut and bolt with the objective of providing an as new car. This of course means this Healey was fully rewired, replumbed, the engine, gearbox and overdrive were fully rebuilt (to original factory specification) with hundreds of new parts to make this a dazzling example.

Most pleasingly, the fresh Healey Blue Metallic paint is the original factory colour for this example, faithfully reproduced at a great quality that is far superior to the 1967 factory finish.  The engine is the original, as is the gearbox and rear axle. All body panels appear to be original and the car was rebuilt on its original chassis.

Inside the interior has been fully re-trimmed with leather facings in Navy Blue with Navy edge bound carpet and a Walnut dash. The car has a new Navy Everflex roof with light lining (as per original) which is of very good fit.

Can be converted RHD at buyers cost – this will add significant value too.

Sold with MOT, British Motor Heritage Certificate and small post restoration history file.


YEAR: 1967

  • New Restoration
  • Healey Blue with Ivory Duotone

PRICE: £87,500

  • Phase II, Final Production ’67
  • Available RHD



Variant 3000 MKIII Gearbox 4 Speed w. Overdrive
Centre Change
Exterior Healey Blue Metallic with Ivory Duotone Interior Navy Blue with Navy Carpet
Engine Straight 6, 3 litre,

Original Specification

Carburettors Twin SU


Brakes Disc Front & Drum Rear  Wheels Chrome Wire Wheels

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.