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HBJ8L40405

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 1967 
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 29K/RU/H15131 Montpellier
  
FranceFrance
 
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2011-06-08 11:22:39 | Lofty writes:

Sold by www.beverlyhillscarclub.com

1967 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark III - BJ8 - Phase II Car!


Here is a gorgeous and super desirable, 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark III Convertible sports car, this is the rare and sought after Phase II edition. 1967 marked the final year of production for the iconic Austin-Healey 3000. As such, the BJ8 featured here is one of the final 3,051 produced and marks the end of an era! Mechanically sound. For $35,500



The VIN is: HBJ8L40405




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2011-06-14 14:23:11 | NIB writes:

For sale at www.roadsterandco.com in Montpellier France for Euro 38.700.

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