This 1964 Austin Healey 3000 MKlll convertible left the factory in the summer of 1964 and shortly after arrived in the US. The The final iteration of the Austin-Healey 3000 was the MkIII version of 1964. Now equipped with 150 horsepower, and sporting an extensively revised cockpit the 3000 MkIII was the most luxurious of all big Healeys. The power and beauty of the 3000 make this Healey on the short list of every serious Healey collector.
This Austin Healey, #27010 left the factory with wire wheels, whitewall tyres, overdrive, heater, a black tonneau cover and the genius adjustable steering column.
Highlights of this car:
One Owner (A title)
Restored in the 80’s by Jack Daren of Daren Racing. Chassis frame coated with Por 15 so always rust free. About 100 miles on the rebuilt engine. New carpet. New top. Boranni knock off wheels.
Completely original except for the exhaust system which was replaced with a stainless steel system. Wheels are competition polished chrome plated.
Underwent a full service by Jim McGee Pocono Sportscar nine months ago. Has BL Heritage Limited Certificate
Extras that come with the car:
Original tool kit and jack
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