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 Left Hand Drive 
 1953 Old English White
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 Rest: Concours 
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United Kingdom215XUL

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2010-05-06 20:39:08 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 4/10

Auction description:
Sale 18210 - Collectors' Motor Cars and Automobilia, 19 Apr 2010
RAF Museum, Hendon
Lot No: 324
Left hand drive/Concours standard
1953 Austin-Healey 100 Roadster
Registration no. 215 XUL
Chassis no. BN1L-150288
Engine no. 1B/205245

Sold for £43,300 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

Eligible for the Le Mans Classic and many other prestigious historic motoring events, this Austin-Healey 100 was supplied new to California in 1953 and imported back to the UK in the early 2000s by retired saloon car racer, Vince Woodman. Between 2002 and 2005 this matching-numbers car was restored to concours condition by well respected marque specialists, JME Healeys, of Warwick at a cost of over £50,000, and since completion has covered fewer than 200 miles. Finished in Old English White with red leather interior and black hood, it comes with new tonneau, side screens and all wet weather gear, and is offered with sundry restoration invoices, current MoT and Swansea V5.

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