Very nice condition! - Completely restored and overhauled - richly documented! - overdrive
Brand: Austin Healey
Type: 3000 MKII BT7
Year of manufacture: 28/02/1968.
Engine: 2912cc 6 cylinder
Chassis number: HBT7L17476
Odometer reading: 43,944 miles
Registration: Dutch, AR-53-20
A very nice British Racing green Austin Healey 3000 MK2 BT 7, highly sought after and rare because of the ''triple carburetors'' and overdrive. This Healey is completely restored. The engine and overdrive have recently been overhauled and the engine has very good oil pressure.
The Healey is equipped with many new parts such as wiring harness, immobiliser, alternator, starter motor, fuel tank, brake hoses, brake linings, brake fluid, petrol pump with pipes, carburetors overhauled, battery, complete exhaust system, 5 new tyres, 72 spoke wheels, two Lucas spotlight, chrome-plated badge bracket, water pump and new soft top, and so on.
This Austin Healey was imported from Texas, USA, and since then it has been completely restored, many photos and invoices are available.
This Healey was professionally sprayed and is completely stainless! The bottom is treated with tectyl!
All the old documents are included such as shipping, import customs clearance and handling papers with the original certificate of title.
This car is richly documented, there is a photo report of the overall restoration.
This vehicle can be viewed and picked up in Oldemarkt, Netherlands.
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