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 2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. I Old English White / Black
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 HBT7L8570 7 April 1960
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 3041BT7L8510 Los Angeles
 65364 California
 31 March 1960 United States
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Record Creation: Entered on 15 November 2014.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


Heritage Notes

Black hard top, wire wheels, Dunlop Roadspeed tyres,Heater,Adjustable steering column, and Laminated screen.

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2014-11-13 11:03:24  |  Antonio Fisk writes:

Currently waiting for UK registration, just imported from Norway. previously registered in USA, and imported to Norway in 1990, where the owner said it was restored, and used in the 2000 Monte Carlo Rallye Historique

2014-11-30 12:03:05  |  Antonio Fisk writes:

Would love to trace any USA, or Norwegian owners with any details of the cars previous life. The car was imported to Norway circa 1990, and restored to take part in the Monte Carlo Rally Historique 2000. This is the first LHD Healey that I have owned, previously owned were chronologically, a 1960 BT7, Positano yellow, (repainted), Mk 1 fitted with a 3.8 litre Jaguar engine registered 586 CTR and an import from South Africa, a 1961 BN7,chassis number 16040 first production Mk 2 a BN7, Ice Blue, with central gear change,registered OO 5620, and lastly a 1960 all singing and dancing 3000 Mk 1 BT7, Ice Blue, Hard top soft top tonneau cover Blaupunkt radio, Blue leather with white piping, painted 48 spoke wire wheels, adjustable steering column heater,overdrive, laminated screen, and registered 102 BXX.

2014-12-03 13:30:04  |  nibdk writes:

Found this ad from when it was for sale in Norway by a private person. His name, adress etc. can be seen.

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