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Frogeye Sprite, self-drive hire (1959)
The Sprite was announced to the press at the Monte Carlo in May 1958 just before that year's Grand Prix. Designed to be a low cost open sports car from the start, it first went on sale for '669! Commissioned .....
1948 Healey Woodie Estate
In 1948 Hector Dobbs, a very well known pre-war Riley racer, was racing a Healey Elliott and he enjoyed the experience so much that he decided to sell Healeys from his garage in Southampton.
To get .....
1950 Healey Silverstone Fully Restored
Registration: LRR 267
Chassis Number: E66
Engine Number: B4558
Number of cylinders: 4
Year of Manufacture: 1950
Estimate (£): 160,000 - 180,000
The Donald Healey Motor company completed .....
Healey - SR Le Mans (1968)
As Geoff Healey wrote in Austin Healey: The Story of the Big Healeys, SR was a very special car, built specifically for LeMans.
Having had excelent results at LeMans since the late, 1940's in the pre .....
HEALEY SILVERSTONE 1951
1951 HEALEY SILVERSTONE REPLICA, built from an original Silverstone chassis, engine, gearbox and axles. Fabulous fun to drive and head turning looks £36995
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Healey HMC Lightweight, 3.9 v8, 4000 miles from new. (1996)
This Healey HMC has been part of a private collection for many years. With only 4000 miles the car is simply stunning.
The exterior colour is a metallic red and white, with the interior being a deep .....
Healey Woodie Estate (1948)
Healeys production records indicate that some 123 were sold purely as rolling chassis with a whole range of different bodies fitted. Most were English and included saloons, tourers and even station wagons .....
Silverstone bodied Healey (1950)
We are currently producing a limited number of Silverstone bodied Healeys.
The Silversones are being built to the original specification using Healey Saloon cars as donor vehicles.
They are fully .....
Healey Duncan Drone NOW FULLY RESTORED UNDER OFFER (1948)
The Donald Healey Motor Company completed its first car in 1945, going into production the following year with the Elliott sports saloon and Westland roadster, both 2.4-litre Riley powered and featuring .....