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HBJ7L24233

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 1963 Black
 2012 Red
 Awaiting Rest. Black
  Farmingdale
  NY
  
United StatesUnited States
 
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Record Creation: Entered on 25 November 2012.

 

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2012-11-24 16:54:29  |  Lofty writes:

For sale on e-bay: cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Austin-Healey-3000-BJ-7-1963-AUSTIN-HEALEY-3000-BJ-7-UNR ...

1963 Austin Healey 3000 BJ-7 in mostly complete condition as a restoration project. The car was purchased around 30 years ago by a relative that drove the car for a few years, and then parked the car in his garage when kids came along. He unfortunately passed away without ever driving the car again, and I am listing the car for his wife. The car is mostly complete but has been sitting for around 25 years so it needs a restoration. The rear drums are fairly seized so it does not roll very well. The engine turns freely, but would need at minimum a fuel system rebuild before attempting to start. I do not see any significant rust or rot as the car was stored in a home garage, but I would suggest a personal inspection if you are seriously interested.


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