Austin Healey 100/6 Two-Seater (BN6) UK RHD Project – New Tub!


Here we have for sale a rare opportunity to purchase an exciting original UK two-seater project with a large amount already invested in the form of a brand-new inner structure (tub, of value £22,350), ready for full restoration to your desired specification. As a late 100/6 this car features the desirable Weslake tuned Austin engine with performance similar to the early 3000s.

This car is available either for outright sale or we can fully restore to our market leading standards.

Despatched from Austin’s Abingdon factory on 11th September 1958 for delivery to ‘The Dreadnought Garage Ltd, Brighton’ this rare 100/6 BN6 (two-seater) is one of just 133 UK original right hand drive cars. The two-seater cars are especially coveted for their extremely beautiful lines, competition provenance and sharper driving dynamics. On delivery to Dreadnought Garages this Healey was first registered as OAP 222 – a number the car retains today on a current V5. The speedo reads 16,963 miles and the car has been off the road since 1979.

Originality is a theme that carries on with this car retaining its: original engine including crankshaft, camshaft, head, original gearbox, original ignition key, original boot, shrouds, bonnet, wings, doors, all interior trim including seats, door panels, dash, dash top, gauges, original and complete windscreen frame, original wheels, radiator, carburettors and manifold, rare conical reflectors, wiring harness, horn push, grille, bumpers, suspension and hub assemblies and many more components.

Please see the gallery photos including British Motor Heritage Certificate.


YEAR: 1958

  • New Tub Included £22,350
  • Original Reg, Engine No, Key Etc.

PRICE: £25,000

  • UK RHD
  • Excellent Project



Variant 100/6 (BN6 Two-Seat Roadster) Gearbox 4-Speed Overdrive
Exterior You Decide Interior Black/ You decide

Straight 6, 2.6 litre



Carburettors Twin SU HD6
Brakes Drum and Drum Rear,  Wheels  Aluminium Silver

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.