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HBJ8L41801

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  Scottsdale
  
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2011-07-01 15:07:52  |  NIB writes:

Sold at Barett.Jackson Auction January 2011. www.barrett-jackson.com/application/onlinesubmission/lotdetails.aspx

Lot Number: 1583
Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2011
Status: SOLD
Sale Type: NO RESERVE
Price:*$55,000.00
Year: 1967
Make: AUSTIN-HEALEY
Model: BJ8
Style: CONVERTIBLE
VIN: HBJ8L41801
Exterior Color: BLUE
Interior Color: BLACK
Cylinders: 6
Engine Size: 178
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL

Summary:

One of the final 3,051 produced. Has been restored recently after many years in storage.



Details:

1967 was the final year of production for the iconic Austin-Healey 3000. As seen here, this BJ8 is one of the final 3,051 produced and marks the end of an era. This West Coast Healey has recently received a rather extensive restoration after spending many years in storage. It was refinished in Healey Blue and interior re-trimmed in correct black vinyl. The wood trim was refinished. The engine was rebuilt at a British specialty shop and the electrical system was redone at the same time. This Austin-Healey runs and drives great.


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