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 2.6 - 6 100 Six 
 Left Hand Drive 
 1958 British Racing Green
 2013 Off-white
 Rest: Nice Tan
New JerseyNew Jersey
United StatesUnited States
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Record Creation: Entered on 30 October 2013.


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2013-10-30 09:56:19 | pauls writes:

Car listed as sold at:

Sellers description:
VIN: BN4L052744
Year: 1958
Interior Color: beige

Remaining locally...We purchased this fabulous example of the "big Healey" in 2009 from an amazing Pennsylvania collection as part of a pair with an equally fine XK- 140MC Jaguar roadster. We sold the car locally at that time and are lucky enough to have that owner just replace the Austin Healey with a Ferrari. Finished in British Racing Green with tan leather, top, tonneau and side curtains, the car is fitted with 15" chrome "knock-off" wire wheels, Lucas road lamps and a badge bar. Its twin-carburettor, 6-cylinder engine is accompanied by a 4-speed manual transmission with electric overdrive and the car is fitted with front disc brakes. The early Austin Healeys have a look and a sound all of their own and offer a truly fabulous British sports car experience. This quintessential British roadster is in magnificent, fully restored condition.

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