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2007-08-16 08:59:46 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '99

Auction info:
Lot 075: Austin-Healey 100/6 Sports (1957)
Classic Cars, H&H Classic Auctions Ltd (28th July 1999)
Lot Details
Auction Classic Cars
H&H Classic Auctions Ltd, Pavilion Gardens, Buxton
Type Car
Lot Number 075
Estimate £11000-£13000
Outcome SOLD
Hammer Price £10500
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1957
Condition rating 2
Registration number HJX 142
Mileage -
Chassis number BN4.0.40603
Engine number BN4040603

2011-01-02 22:35:14 | pauls writes:

Additional information from above auction:
www.classic-auctions.com/Auctions/28-07-1999-ThePavilionGardens-1022/1957Austin- ...

Lot Number: 75
1957 Austin-Healey 100
Sold For £10,500
Reg Number: HJX 142
Chassis Number: BN4.0.40603
Engine Number: BN4040603
Cc: 2639
Body Colour: Colorado Red
Trim Colour: Black/Red
MOT ExpiryDate: 14.4.2000

This delightful Austin Healey 100/6 has been entered from a private client in Yorkshire and we are informed that the car has only had three registered keepers in the last 21 years and that the car still retains its original registration number HJX 142 which was issued when it was first registered new in the U.K.

He further informs us that the car drives very well and that it also benefits from having a factory fitted hard top, a new black soft top and it has overdrive. Over the years much money has been alvished on it and no expense has been spared as one can see and this one should give the new owner many years of immense pleasure.

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