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BN1219329

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 1954 Old English White / Black
 2007 Black
 Rest: Nice 
  Kensington
  
 Original 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
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Record Creation: Entered on 22 August 2007.

 

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2007-08-22 09:17:45  |  pauls writes:

Car offered at: racecar.co.uk Sellers description: 1954 Austin Healey BN-1 to 100M specification Chassis 219329 is a BN1 100/4 roadster which has been faithfully rebuilt at no small expense to exceed the legendary 100M (Le Mans) specification. The body panels are in alloy, the 2,660cc engine (1B-19329) is to full 100M specification with side exhaust and twin 1¾” SU carburettors with cold air box. Original 3 speed gearbox is replaced with a BN2 4-speed unit. Bakes are uprated in period style with Alfin drums front and rear. Many other period extras including 48 spoke painted wire wheels, Lucas flame thrower fog lights, Mota Lita steering wheel. For several years this special car was owned by eminent Healey historian and marque author Bill Emerson in USA. Cars International Kensington are delighted to be able to offer for sale this unique car at the fraction of the cost of rebuild.


2008-01-14 15:53:42  |  wolfgang writes:

I am the new owner of the 219329 car. Could you change the description; I would give you exact data about this car which was the first ah of bill emerson. thank you for your answer, wolfgang


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