More photos to follow. Priced £60,000 converted RHD.
Built on 11thJune 1963, this Healey 3000 is a desirable MkIIA (BJ7) model finished in its original colours of Healey Blue with Ivory Duotone, Blue Interior trim and a Blue hood.
The BJ7 models are rare and especially popular among Healey enthusiasts for pioneering the late style wind-up windows and pram easy-up hood whilst retaining the early Gerry Coker designed and more minimalistic interior, less the wooden dashboard of later cars.
This car is fresh from a bare metal, engine-out repaint with zero miles since here in the UK, with the engine receiving a major service at the same time, new tyres and much more. All of the body panels on this car remarkably are original, which makes for a very high level of body fit. The car retains its original engine and is highly optioned from the factory with overdrive, an adjustable steering column, a heater and more.
Supplied serviced with MOT, British Motor Heritage Certificate of Authenticity plus wet weather gear.
For sale in south of France stunning Austin-Healey convertible
3000 MKII A BJ7 with Overdrive.
Latest owner since 1973.
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