|2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. III|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 29 April 2008.
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2008-04-29 08:41:01 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 4/29/08
Current bid $35,201, 22 bids, 4 days left in auction. 88k miles.
This vehicle is a pristine example of a 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII. This vehicle runs and drives perfectly, and is ready for the road- drive it home. Not a top show level vehicle, but a very nice one, and needs very little. 6 cylinder, 4-speed transmission with electric overdrive There are many things that have been done to the car that are to numerous to list. If you are looking for a Healey that you can start driving tomorrow, then this is the one for you.
2009-10-13 17:18:13 | Lofty writes:
I imported the car into Canada in June 2008. Since then, a new interior, top and tonneau have been installed.
2016-01-20 00:56:00 | Steve Byers writes:
Two former owners recorded in the BJ8 Registry (Google it), in Michigan circa 1998 and in Florida 1984 - 1994
2021-06-04 16:27:42 | Anonymous writes:
The car was purchased by me from a Tallahassee, Florida doctor in 2008, and he had the car for several years, so I guess your records aren't complete, since it wasn't in Michigan much of the time from 1998 to 2008 when I bought it. That seller's description was not in any way factual; in that the overdrive didn't work, the seats were flat sheet blue vinyl, the carpet ratty, the top was not "brand new" and had a rip with old duct tape on the inside, and the tires were not in any way new, since they had fatigue cracks. Despite the eBay ad stating that there was maybe "one chip" in the paint, the trucker identified 21 chips and scratches on the paint when he picked the car up.
What I do know is that I have since corrected these issues, and yes, the car was a solid older restoration with flaws, but with matching numbers. The floor has been insulated so that my legs don't fry from the heat. Compression is even and a well functioning gearbox/overdrive. And this time, the Healey Blue is going to be the correct colour over correct colour Old English White coves.