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BN2L229780

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 1955 Old English White / Black
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Record Creation: Entered on 16 November 2015.

 

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2015-11-14 22:33:48  |  pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.motorstorica.com/eng/Cars-for-sale/AUSTIN-HEALEY-100-4-BN2

Sellers description:
AUSTIN HEALEY 100/4-BN2 Sports, 1955, chassis BN2L/229780, LHD, Italian registration, FIVA and ASI papers, MM eligible.

Still in perfect shape and stunning condition even after sixty years from its birth, this wonderful 100/4 Sports is one of the 4,600 examples ever built in 1955, it's a LHD car, fully restored, matching number, in a rare black and white livery. This car successfully took part at the 2010 edition of the Mille Miglia and it is of course eligible for the MM2016. Its history, documents and an exceptional restoration level put this sports car in condition to be a perfect and important investment for every Healey lover.


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