|2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. II||Healey Blue|
|Left Hand Drive||Blue|
|Car Mart Sales|
|28 February 1962|
|22 February 1962||United Kingdom|
|1960||Healey Blue / Old English White|
|Work In Progress||Black|
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Record Creation: Entered on 12 January 2011.
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There is a production number stamped onto the front RHS shock tower:- 446
Owner: Simon Lachlan
Retired. Live in Devon UK.
Updated January 11th, 2023. Not legal proof of ownership.
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2022-12-13 17:18:23 | Simon David Lachlan writes:
Big bore pipes to side exit
Swapped to 3 HD6s
Tried Weber 45s
Electronic ignition (123)
Car goes well. Fingers crossed!
2022-12-15 20:35:37 | pauls writes:
Good luck Simon, doesn't look like Healey Blue.
2023-01-11 16:02:05 | Simon David Lachlan writes:
Car left factory all blues. Been various colours that I'm aware of. When previous owner bought it, car was a nasty beige/sand colour. He had it sprayed a Mercedes shade of BRGreen over OEW. Car was pretty poor and he did a lot of work on it, most of it pretty rough. But he preserved it.
I've gone for Colorado Red over OEW with Colorado Red hard top. Sometimes think it looks like a giant coke can.
I think I've gone as far as I want with changes that I've made. The 3:54 diff and the 28% overdrive are, in my opinion, my best choice. The 3 big Webers were probably my worst choice. With the 3:54 and the 28%, by the time the Webers came on tune, I was practically doing the ton. They worked well and would idle nicely, but they were just too much. The moderately lightened flywheel is good likewise but one forgets about it as soon as one becomes accustomed. I think the trick there is not to have too much weight taken off.