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HBT7L6330

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Record Creation: Entered on 8 October 2019.

 

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2019-10-08 10:49:00 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 10/19
www.coys.co.uk/cars/1961-austin-healey-3000

Auction description:
ESTIMATE £38,000- £45,000
Auction Syon Park 2019
Auction Date 19th October 2019
Lot Number 115
Reg. Number UK Registered
Chassis Number HBT7L6330
Year 1961
Make Austin Healey
Model 3000

This exceptionally well restored “Big Healey” has been refereshed, restored and renewed for a new owner and many years in the future, having been comprehensively rebuilt and repainted with all new interior, brakes, convertible hood and other sundry mechanical items in only February of this year.

The seller describes the body, chassis, interior and paintwork – indeed all cosmetic components – as excellent, and inspection confirms this. Mechanically the car is in good condition. Along with its cosmetic considerations, it is ready to provide the new owner with many enjoyable years of open-top classic British motoring.

Finished in the classic Healey colours of Ice Blue over white with a black leather interior, this really is the ubiquitous all-round classic brute.

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