1965 Phase Two model finished in British Racing Green with extremely rare Black hide interior (most MKIIIs were Ambla vinyl, with leather being a cost option).
This car is very original, fully restored with a focus on originality in 1993 and further refreshed in 2003 is a high standard example with high accuracy throughout. Know to us for many years, we fully rebuilt the engine in 2015 to our Revival Fast Road specification including aluminium head, lightened flywheel, uprated camshaft and much more. The suspension was rebuilt by us in 2012.
This Healey includes very notable additional features such as a period correct radio, tonneau (not often seen on MKIIIs) and hood bag both trimmed in the correct everflex, rare hide option seating and remarkably a full BJ8 tool kit including additional supplementary tools, with the especially rare, exceptionally valuable red cast jack plus the correct lead hammer (instead of the usual brass, not correct for MKIIIs).
Fantastic to drive, this would make for a excellent, long distance car. Provided with MOT, serviced and with heritage certificate of authenticity, complete tool kit, hood bad, tonneau and owners handbook.
For sale in south of France stunning Austin-Healey convertible
3000 MKII A BJ7 with Overdrive.
Latest owner since 1973.
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