|2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. I||Black|
|Left Hand Drive||Black|
|30 September 1960|
|23 September 1960||United States|
|1958||Black / Dark Red|
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Record Creation: Entered on 26 July 2017.
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Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"
This data is from Heritage, but all i could give them is the data for the engine. The car VIN is a compilation of 1960 engine in a 1958 car. (VIN was changed before I bought the car). The mechanics and myself have agreed it is a 1958 BN4 (drum brakes) with a 1960 3000 engine (automatic choke)
Owner: Rob Madsen
This is my second healey - the first one (1959 BN4) was totaled in a collision with a suburban in 1985. Soon after, I bought this one. Currently in 4+ year restoration.(email)
Updated November 4th, 2017. Not legal proof of ownership.
Photos of HBT7L12120
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Exterior Photos (3)
Restoration Photos: Start (2)
Restoration Photos: Stripdown (2)
Restoration Photos: Metalwork (4)
Restoration Photos: Paint (2)
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2017-07-22 19:27:38 | Rob writes:
The Car is in rebuild, nearly done. As best as I can tell it is a 1958 BN4 with a 1960 3000 Mark I engine. if it didn't have drum brakes all around, i would think it is a 1960. The vin tag is missing, but i used all other info to go to Heritage and get what certification i could get (reflected in this record). Heritage thinks it is a 1960 BT7 - which makes sense except for the 4 drum brakes. Heritage says disks in front, drums in back (which is standard).
2017-11-04 04:03:58 | Rob writes:
After significant research, the mechanics and I have come to realize that the car is really a 1960 3000/BT7. The car was in several serious crashes in its lifetime as was evidenced in the original chassis that i replaced. The drum brakes were added instead of disks probably in the 1960s when used parts were readily available after one of the collisions.