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 2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. III 
 Left Hand Drive 
 10CCDAH18250 13 November 1964
 1964 Healey Blue / Ivory White
 2013 Blue
 Rest: Nice Blue
 Original Paris

United KingdomDUY614B

Austin Healey 100, 100-Six & 3000 photo

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 February 2013.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


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2017-06-12 20:19:26 | Steve Byers - BJ8 Registry writes:

Too bad you didn't enter a photo of the engine. I would like to see a 10CCDAH Spridget engine installed in a Big Healey!

2018-06-23 17:48:18 | paul writes:

DUY614B was a 1964 healey sprite sold by myself in 2010 , it was most of the way through a rebuild at the time and most definately was RHD , orange and not 6 cylinder

2019-07-08 07:59:12 | Steve Byers - BJ8 Registry writes:

"Paul": I am not sure whether you are commenting to the entry that shows a 6-cylinder Austin-Healey 3000 and quotes the 3000 Mk III VIN and all other data except the engine number belonging to a 3000 Mk III, or merely pointing out that the UK registration and engine were actually belonging to a Sprite. If the latter, this is an illustration that data submitted to healeydata.com is accepted without question or any effort to follow up to ensure details submitted are correct. I'm not sure what benefit is provided by entries that are incorrect.

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