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 1954 Ivory White / Dark Blue
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United KingdomKFY638

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Record Creation: Entered on 28 April 2011.


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2011-04-28 17:01:42 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 4/11
www.classic-auctions.com/Auctions/13-04-2011-ThePavilionGardens-1289/1954Austin- ...

Auction description:
Lot Number: 49

Sold For £31,350

Reg Number: KFY 638
Chassis Number:BN1219025
Engine Number: IB212469M
Cc: 2660
Body Colour: White / Blue
Trim Colour: Red
MOT ExpiryDate: Feb 2012

Beginning life as an original UK, right-hand drive specification BN1 model, `KFY 638' has since been upgraded in the style of a 100M. This revised form includes: aluminium body panels, louvred bonnet, front disc brakes, competition exhaust and airbox. It was fitted with a refurbished engine in 1989, which was further restored by Murray Scott-Nelson in 1994. An overhauled gearbox and overdrive unit were installed in 2002. Unused since last year, this tastefully modified `Big Healey' comes complete with full weather equipment, original steering wheel, Heritage Certificate and detailed history file, plus a new MOT.

2011-05-19 18:55:43 | pauls writes:

Sold For £31,350

2013-02-01 18:24:31 | Anonymous writes:

Same car has seen in an episode of ITV series Heartbeat I believe (series 7 episode 9) entitled "Sons and Lovers".

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