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HBJ8L40711

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 1967 Green
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Record Creation: Entered on 3 July 2011.

 

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2012-04-07 14:25:49  |  AH Data writes:

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  • Car Condition was added: Rest: Nice
  • Current Color was added: green
  • Current Interior was added: off-white
  • Last Seen was changed from 2011 to 2012

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    2011-07-03 03:43:27  |  NIB writes:

    Sold at Barrett-Jackson Auction.
    www.barrett-jackson.com/application/onlinesubmission/lotdetails.aspx

    Lot Number: 674
    Auction: PALM BEACH 2010
    Status: SOLD
    Sale Type: NO RESERVE
    Price:*$82,500.00
    Year: 1967
    Make: AUSTIN-HEALEY
    Model:3000 MARK III BJ8
    Style: CONVERTIBLE
    VIN: HBJ8L40711
    Exterior Color: CALIFORNIA SAGE
    Interior Color: LINEN
    Cylinders: 6
    Engine Size: 3000CC
    Transmission: 4-SPEED OVERDRIVE

    Summary:

    Spectacular California Sage with Linen Leather trim Grand Tourer just completed by marquee specialist Kurt Tanner Restorations. Final production year. Chrome wheels and overdrive. Total nut and bolt rotisserie restoration.



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    The year of 1967 signified the end of all production for the Austin-Healey 3000 sports car range. What started out in 1953 as the 100 sports car ended as a handsome, elegant, powerful, long distance grand tourer. Improvements and changes were many and this final production year captures all the refinements available in this desirable motorcar. This spectacular 3000 MKIII offered for sale here has just been the subject of a total, nut and bolt, ground-up rotisserie restoration by premier marque specialist Kurt Tanner Restorations. Finished in the ultra attractive and period color scheme of California Sage with leather linen trim and dark green top and boot this beautiful BJ-8 sports convertible is supplied with its BMIHT Certificate and full documentation of the restoration. Details include rebuilt engine, suspension, steering, brakes, fuel system, exhaust, new wiring and electrics, cadmium plated hardware, show quality two stage body and paint work, new chrome, rubber, wheels and tires, glass, trim kit, top, boot, etc. All work and detailing has been carried out to Austin-Healey Club Concours Gold standards and the finest materials have been used. Options include chrome/stainless wire wheels, heater, overdrive transmission and adjustable steering. Restored specifically for this Barrett-Jackson Florida Auction, this last year production big Healey in this spectacular color scheme is not to be missed. It has completed test miles only to ensure correct operation and is ready for immediate use and enjoyment by its new owner.


    2012-04-06 22:00:31  |  pauls writes:

    Car returned to auction in 2012
    www.barrett-jackson.com/application/onlinesubmission/lotdetails.aspx

    Auction description:
    Barrett-Jackson Lot: 977.2 - 1967 AUSTIN-HEALEY 3000 MARK III BJ8 CONVERTIBLE
    Lot Number: 977.2
    Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2012
    Status: SOLD
    Sale Type: NO RESERVE
    Price: *$99,000.00
    Year: 1967
    Make: AUSTIN-HEALEY
    Model: 3000 MARK III BJ8
    Style: CONVERTIBLE
    VIN: HBJ8L40711
    Exterior Color: GREEN
    Interior Color: GREEN
    Cylinders: 6
    Engine Size:
    Transmission: M-21 4-SPEED
    Summary: Spectacular California Sage with Linen leather trim Grand Tourer completed by marquee specialist Kurt Tanner Restorations. Final production year. Chrome wheels and overdrive. Total nut and bolt rotisserie restoration. From the Victor Gomez Collection.
    Details: This spectacular 3000 MKIII offered for sale here has been the subject of a total, nut and bolt, ground-up rotisserie restoration by premier marque specialist Kurt Tanner Restorations. Finished in the ultra attractive and period color scheme of California Sage with leather linen trim and dark green top and boot this beautiful BJ-8 sports convertible is supplied with its BMIHT Certificate and full documentation of the restoration. Details include rebuilt engine, suspension, steering, brakes, fuel system, exhaust, new wiring and electrics, cadmium plated hardware, show quality two stage body and paint work, new chrome, rubber, wheels and tires, glass, trim kit, top, boot, etc. All work and detailing has been carried out to Austin-Healey Club Concours Gold standards and the finest materials have been used. Options include chrome/stainless wire wheels, heater, overdrive transmission and adjustable steering. This last year production big Healey in this spectacular color scheme is not to be missed. From the Victor Gomez Collection.


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