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1965

Austin-Healey

3000

MkIII

01

First registration

KM

21'000

Engine size

2912 ccm

Cylinders

6

Power

150 PS

Body

Doors

Seats

Exterior colour

Interior colour

Description:

Austin-Healey 3000 MkIII

First Registration 1965, Austin-Healey 3000 MkIII, Series 2

Since 1983 same Ownership, all invoices available

FIVA Identity Card

Swiss Road Registration with „Veteran“ entry

 

This Austin-Healey has now been in the same ownership of a passionate car collector for almost 40 years. Such examples from loving lifetime ownership are extremely rarely offered for sale and for that reason alone this Austin-Healey represents a very special opportunity. A stunningly beautiful car for the passionate driver and collector. Even the chrome trim is still in the best original condition. A few technical modifications give this Roadster improved driving dynamics and significantly increase the driving experience. These include a Getrag five-speed gearbox, whose gear shifting and gear ratios outperform the original gearbox. Of course, the original four-speed gearbox with overdrive is included. Extensive invoice receipts also document the continuous maintenance of this car.

The Austin-Healey 3000 was built by BMC (British Motor Corporation) from 1959 to 1967 and was priced between MG TD and Jaguar XK 120 from the beginning of production. The Austin-Healey 3000 won many European rallies and is still often entered in classic car rallies. It earned much of its popularity from rally driver Pat Moss, one of the first serious women in motorsport, sister of Stirling Moss and wife of Saab rally legend Erik Carlsson.

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1965

Austin-Healey

3000

MkIII

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