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1973 1957 Austin Healey 100/6 S ! one of 50
This car was first registered on the 19th of December 1957 and is one of 50 car produced with all round disc to homologate for competition.
The car was subject to a full restoration by Orchard classics leading specalists along with the original engine rebuilt by Oselli engineering to lightened .....
1958 Austin Healey 100/6 BN4
This superb original Right Hand Drive Austin Healey 100/6, BN4, supplied new in January 1958 to its first lady owner and today remains in its original colours of Duotone Colorado Red over Black with red interior and black soft top and factory hard top. The condition of this 4 owner motor car is exemplary .....
1960 Austin Healey 3000
We are proud to offer this very nice Austin Healey 3000 Mk1 finished in Primrose Yellow with Black interior. The car has been restored around 15 years ago and been beautifully kept since then with the body work still in great condition. The engine runs perfectly and starts up first time every time. .....
AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK 3 1967 RESTORED TO SHOW STANDARD!
WE ARE SHORTLY TO COMMENCE THE RESTORATION OF THIS AMAZING 2 OWNER, LOW MILEAGE, NUMBERS MATCHING EXAMPLE WHICH HAS BEEN IN DRY STORAGE FOR THE PAST 30 PLUS YEARS!
THIS IS THE LATEST IN A LONG LINE OF HEALEY RESTORATIONS THAT WE HAVE UNDERTAKEN DURING THE PAST 20 YEARS AND ONE OF THE BEST PROJECTS .....
1955 Austin Healey BN1
This home market right hand drive example was built on 9th February, 1955.
It spent some time in England before being exported to Melbourne Australia and eventually finding its way to New Zealand in 1961 being purchased by a Mr. James McKinlay who resided at the Trentham Hotel Wellington.
In 1978 .....
1955 Austin Healey 100-4 Race Car
This Austin Healey 100 to full race specification is a very eligible and competitive car for numerous current national and international events and includes the Mille Miglia. Due to the low numbers of this model that are ever offered for sale, especially cars built to these exacting standards, this .....