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HBN7L9455

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 HBN7L9455 23 May 1960
  
  Los Angeles
  
 3 May 1960 United States
 
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Record Creation: Entered on 17 July 2012.

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2012-07-17 07:35:06  |  Chregu writes:

For sale on ebay: cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1961-Austin-Healey-BN7-2-Seat-Roadster-/320946637750

1961 Austin Healey BN7, 2 Seat Roadster

Beautiful Healey Blue with newer Healey blue interior and carpets. Factory original 2 seat roadster hardtop needing restored. Has all new seals, rear window, headliner and factory pop up roof vent. Also have convertible top frame and side curtains.

This Healey is near perfect. Runs smoothly and the overdrive is sweet. I have photos of the restoration. This was an Arizona car, so no rust, with all original factory panels. New chrome wire wheels and tires.


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