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2010-04-21 14:36:07 | pauls writes:

Car to be at Coy's auction 4/10

Auction description:
1957 Austin-Healey 100/6 - Mille Miglia Eligible
Lot 241

Registration Number:
EU taxes paid
Chassis Number: BN4-S / 32893

The car on offer has just been completed after a 2 year nut and bolt restoration and is now ready for its new owner to perform the break-in. Finished in old English white with a new black top and a black interior, the trim of which is mostly new excluding the leather on the bucket seats which is in very good original condition, this car is a real head turner and has the added bonus of being the only 6 cylinder Healey that is allowed to participate in the prestigious Mille Miglia.

Don’t miss this purchase opportunity for a truly great and iconic British sports car for the price of the restoration only.

Cette Austin Healey mise en vente vient de finir sa restauration. Elle est de couleur blanche avec un intérieur et un toit noir. Une voiture superbe qui peut participer a la Mille Miglia et une occasion unique de posséder une vraie icône britannique.

Estimate: €39500 - €47500

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