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 2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. I Black
 BN7 Red
 Left Hand Drive Black
   Dusseldorf, West Germany
 HBN7L2890 15 August 1959
 10 July 1959 
 1959 Black
 2012 Red
 Nice Driver Black
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
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Record Creation: Entered on 2 August 2012.


Heritage Notes

Key Number: FP717

Details of equipment:
Wire Wheels
Adjustable Steering column
Laminated windscreen
Road Speed tyres
White hard top

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2012-08-01 17:41:24  |  Lofty writes:

For sale on e-bay: www.ebay.it/itm/190709537456

WSU 377 was built in August 1959 and sold via a dealer in Dusseldorf originally as a left hand drive car. The build specification was as presented today in black with red trim and black hood. The car was factory fitted with overdrive, wire wheels and an adjustable steering wheels. Today the car has been repatriated to the UK and been converted to right hand drive.

In recent years the car has been lightly used MOT's show a mileage of 29,756 in 1997, and 30728 today. WSU 377 has a 12 month MOT certificate from March 8th 2012.. The car will be serviced by Rawles Motorsport Ltd and is sold with 12 months MOT. For more details of this and other Austin Healeys or sale please visit our web site www.rawlesmotorsport.co.uk.

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