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BN4LS71079

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2017-12-31 12:48:46  |  pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.classic-trader.com/uk/cars/listing/austin-healey/100/100-6-bn4/1958/45276
Note, VIN is not clear on the BMIHC, best guess given, corrections welcomed. Contact the webmaster.

Sellers description:
Austin-Healey
Model 100
Model name 100/6 (BN4)
Series n.a.
Year of manufacture 1958
Chassis number n.a.
Gearbox number n.a.
Report n.a.
Condition category Restored
Mileage (read) 500 km
Previous owners n.a.
First registration 03/1958
Engine number n.a.
Matching numbers n.a.
Body style Convertible
Power (kw/hp) 87/117
Cubic capacity (ccm) 2,639
Cylinders 6
Doors 2
Steering Left (LHD)
Transmission Manual
Gears 4
Exterior colour Red
Manufacturer colour name n.a.
Sunroof No
Folding roof Yes
Interior colour Red


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