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United KingdomUVS973

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2013-06-10 06:43:44 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 6/13

Auction description:
15 Jun 2013 15:00 BST Oxford
Collectors' Motor Cars
Lot 119
1958 Austin-Healey 100/6 BN4 Roadster Project
Registration no. UVS 973
Chassis no. BN4L-O/60963
Engine no. 26DRH-6096
£15,000 - 20,000
€18,000 - 23,000
US$ 23,000 - 31,000

Originally a left-hand drive model, this BN4 2+2 roadster has been rallied extensively and comes equipped with glassfibre hardtop, half roll cage, modern bucket seats, alternator electrics and an Autostorica mileage tracker. Morris Jennings rebuilt the engine and the car underwent a major service in February/March 1994. It was last taxed for the road in 2000 and although the tyres are perished the chassis remains in remarkably good condition. An affordable entry into the world of historic rallying, the car is offered for restoration and sold strictly as viewed. FIA and HSCC Papers, BMIHT Certificate and Swansea V5 accompany the car.

In storage for several years, the car will require re-commissioning before further use and thus is sold strictly as viewed.

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