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HBN7L18225

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Record Creation: Entered on 17 February 2024.

 

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2024-02-17 10:08:18 | pauls writes:

Car at auction 2/24
rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/bc24/british-classics-online/lots/r0007-1962-austin-h ...

Auction description:
British Classics Online
Lot 101

Chassis No.
HBN7L/18225
Engine No.
29K/RU/H1262
Documents
Dutch Kentekenbewijs

An original LHD, North American export example
A rarer BN7 two-seater
An ideal candidate for a starter classic
The ideal basis for a recommissioning project

The example offered here, a desirable two-seater BN7 variant, was built on 8 March 1962 before being despatched on 23 March. Destined for Philadelphia, this Healey was finished in Colorado Red over Red.

Today this Big Healey is presented in Black over Biege and at some point its engine has been replaced—importantly, it retains a triple-SU carburettor set-up. An ideal starter classic for any enthusiast, this Healey will require recommissioning prior to use, including but not limited to replacement of the heater controls.

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