The Austin-Healey 3000 was BMC's sporting flagship for almost a decade, and many detail changes were made along the way. The 3000 name was first used in 1959 when the C-Series engine from the 100/6 was upgraded to 2.9-litres (and a nominal for marketing 3-litres), for use in the uprated Farina bodied Westminster.
The 3000 boasted more power, an improved gearbox and disc brakes on the front.The best was saved till last though, with the Austin-Healey Mk3, launched in 1964. Although the looks remained largely the same this was the most powerful Austin-Healey with 148bhp for a maximum speed of 121mph.
ABOUT THIS CAR
Chassis: HBJ8L / 27862
First registered in New Zealand in 2006, this car was previously registered in the UK.
Previous Owner 11 years.
Has had a complete restoration and comes with restoration photos to show it all in progress. It is arguably the best example in New Zealand.
Rarely used since completion.
Pretty much concours in every respect.
This is your chance to secure a most beautiful, sought-after classic – one that would be hard to come by in this condition.
SHIPPING / TRANSPORT CAN BE ORGANISED ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST.
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