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 2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. I 
 Left Hand Drive 
 1961 Bright Red
 Rest: Nice 
  Ft. Lauderdale
United StatesUnited States
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Record Creation: Entered on 31 March 2010.


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2011-01-09 03:01:03 | AH Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Title Year was added: 1961
  • Car Condition was added: Rest: Nice
  • Current Color was added: bright red
  • Current City was added: Ft. Lauderdale
  • Current State was added: Florida
  • Current Country was added: United States
  • Last Seen was added: 2011
  • Photos of HBT7L3135

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    Exterior Photos (3)

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    Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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    2010-03-31 14:27:19 | Lofty writes:

    can you tell me what model year hbt7l3135 is ?

    2011-01-08 23:59:23 | pauls writes:

    Car to be at auction 3/11
    Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

    Auction description:
    Chassis no. HBT7L3135
    1959 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 1 Convertible
    One footer, totally restored to showroom conditions. Electric overdrive, 60 spoke wheels (5), new sle trim, ignition, and stainless exhaust, wood steering wheel, British motor car, heating and trust certificate, new springs & shocks. All matching numbers

    Please note this car is titled as a 1961.

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