£189,500 As stated
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W. A McKenzie, 1950
The Healey Silverstone is a soldier in that fabulous army of small production British sports racing cars, such as the Allard J2, that surprised the competition on some pretty significant events; the Alpine Rally, Rome-Liege-Rome, Mille Miglia.
Only 105 were built in Warwick by the Healey Motor Co, and it was designed for amateur racers to use on the road and track, on a budget that would keep it under the £1, 000 level. Power by the Riley 4 cylinder, 2. 4 Litre engine, it was a fabulous road racer.
Chassis D26 formed part of the famous Fielding collection in Forres, Scotland sitting alongside some of the greatest racing Maserati’s in the world. Fielding bought the car in around 1970, and it only left his collection a few years ago. Thoroughly recommissioned over the past six months, this super Healy Silverstone is highly eligible and tremendous fun.
The Healey Duncan Drone was budget Healey beating the car tax. The chassis and running gear was supplied tax free and the aluminium coach built Duncan Drone body fitted to the Healey chassis, making the car under the £1,000. With no history of the total amount of cars produced at the time, but records show a handful of ...
- 17th Oct 2021
As a result of a chance meeting between Donald Healey and George Mason CEO of the Nash Corporation, a mating of the Nash 6 cylinder engine and the Healey chassis resulted in the Nash Healey. Just 104 Panel Craft Nash Healey's were built, and Donald entered one in the Mille Miglia of 1951. This vehicle was found ...
- 26th Sep 2021
Austin Healey 3000 MK111 BJ8 in Colorado Red with Black Leather upholstery and Walnut dash. 71530 miles. Triple Webber 45DCOE carbs, fast road cam, overdrive, wire wheels, Tonneau cover, last owner since 2009, 5 previous, this car is English supplied to H A Saunders Finchley and has its Heritage cerificate, many thousands ...
- 23rd Oct 2021
The Healey Westland was produced over the two years of 1946 to 1950 split into three versions the A chassis with 17 being made, the B chassis with 42 being made and the C chassis with only 11 being produced. The Westland takes its name from Westland Engineering Company at Hereford, England, which built the prototype. ...
- 1st Nov 2021
Recently completed very extensive nut & bolt restoration by Classic Restorations Ltd & Warren Kennedy who is a well known Donald Healey Guru and Healey campaigner. The car has extensive history and still retains it’s original registration mark KSM 747 it is currently FIVA registered Chassis number D49. Fitted with ...
- 9th Nov 2021
1952 Tickford Healey with 2.4 Riley engine. Body removed and presently stripped to rolling chassis and the perfect basis for a Healey Silverstone recreation. Original aluminium body also available with many original parts. The rolling chassis is in very good general condition with all major components intact and restorable. ...
- 17th Oct 2021
healey rolling chassis with complete engine,front axle,back axle,radiator,starter,dynamo,carbs,exhaust;,, its a good base for build e silverstone replica no v5 but the chassis number is stamped the car is in france
- 25th Oct 2021
1953 Healey Abbott DHC We have the pleasure to be able to offer this incredibly rare motor car. We are told only 77 Abbott Drophead Coupes were ever made and there are only 33 known survivors. The Donald Healey Motor Company completed its first car in 1945, going into production in Warwick in 1946. The Healey Motor Company ...
- 29th Oct 2021
rolling chassis healey 1953 whith front and rear axle engine,radiator,carbs,starter,dynamo,clutch, no title but whith chassis number
- 2nd Nov 2021
Healey Silverstone 1949 - Mille Miglia eligible - The car took part in the Mille Miglia 2016 - Race history in US and Europe - Incredible handling for a car of that era and much ...
- 19th Oct 2021
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 or shooting brakes as the British like to call them. The London coach-builder Hobbs produced shooting brakes that ...
- 17th Nov 2021
The Healey Silverstone is a sports car that was produced by the Donald Healey Motor Company between 1949 and 1950 in just over 100 units. It takes its name from the Silverstone circuit, equipped with a 2.4-liter in-line Riley engine with 106 HP, 4-speed gearbox plus reverse gear, designed to be suitable for both street ...
- 22nd Nov 2021
This very rare Silverstone comes with a full history. We have a list of all pre-owners and every race the car has been in. The Healey is located near Munich germany and is ready to go. Please contact us for more details and Information.
- 17th Nov 2021