MKH 268E is an extremely high quality example of the late Austin Healey 3000 MKIII Phase II. Built on 8-12 June 1967 and fully restored in 2010 from the ground up by Austin Healey specialists, the car has covered just 7,000 miles since.
The car is finished in Healey Black with a Red interior, Black wet weather gear and stainless steel wire wheels.
This stunning Healey is built to an extremely high specification with many upgrades to increase performance, handling and usability. As such performance is fantastic and the car very composed at speed. This Healey would make for a perfect high speed touring car.
Inside, the interior is hand crafted with quality hides and presents well with no significant wear and still giving off a rich smell of leather. The Walnut dash is immaculate with a complementing Moto-Lita steering wheel to match. In 2013 a Retro Sound radio with a Becker facia plate, 6.5 inch speakers and AUX/ iPod connectivity was installed.
- all alloy body panels
- fully balanced stage 2 fast road performance engine with aluminium cylinder head
- oil cooler
- Kenlowe fan
- 123 distributor
- 6 branch manifold
- stainless sports exhaust
- high torque starter
- aluminium radiator
- rear telescopic suspension upgrade
- alternator conversion
- uprated front anti-roll bar
- grooved front discs
- works style overdrive gear lever
- 12V power socket
- Aluminium fuel tank
- Aluminium underbody protection
Provided serviced with MOT, large paperwork file, British Heritage Motor Certificate of Authenticity, tonneau plus hood bag, wheel hammer and jack.
- Restored 2010/12
- 7,000 Miles Since
- Black w. Red Interior
- Stunning Quality
|Variant||3000 MkIII BJ8|
|Exterior||Black||Interior||Red Seats & Trim|
|Engine||Straight 6, 2.912 litre|
|Carburettors||Twin SU 2″|
|Brakes||Grooved Disc Front, Drum Rear||Wheels||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.