|2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. I|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 31 October 2007.
Photos of HBT7LO1522
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Exterior Photos (10)
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Interior Photos (3)
Details Photos: Exterior (4)
Detail Photos: Engine (3)
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2007-10-29 18:13:45 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 10/29/07
Current bid $22,100.77 reserve not met, 10 bids, 6 days left in auction.
1960 Austin Healey BT7. Red with beautiful black leather interior that was bare metal restored starting with a very nice chassis and body panels. Completed in mid 90’s, it has been driven and well sorted out. It still looks, drives, and presents fantastically. This is an excellent well maintained car that has been built to show and drive. This BT7 would easily endure a long tour and look great doing it. Dependable, strong, and very well presented.
Starts easily and smoothly, engine sounds great the exhaust has that unique sound, car drives solid, trans is quiet and shifts very nicely. This Healey is just as smooth at 80 mph as in town. Long distance touring would be a pleasure in this car.
Engine and Transmission:
A very strong runner with 150 lbs compression that sounds wonderful and has excellent oil pressure. It pulls hard and delivers as only a six cylinder Healey can. Few miles on a great motor and transmission. Overdrive engages solidly and operates as it should.
This is a nicely finished and straight car that will maintain its condition and has with even more potential for appreciation while you drive and enjoy it. It is ready to go right now and would be a nice addition to anyone’s car collection. No reason to spend years and more money to restore when a car like this is available and priced at less than the cost to duplicate. Austin Healey 3000’s have proven to be a steadily appreciating collectable.
2016-03-22 13:50:25 | Victor Lust writes:
I am the owner of car HBT7L-1492. My car is missing the body number plate. I am looking for the batch number that belongs to the body number. My body number is 1217. Since our cars are relatively close to each other in production the batch numbers are probably the same. I wonder if you can let me know the batch number on your car.