Austin Healey 100/4 BN2 TSY 153 - 1955 | £49500 | Left Hand Drive
Now Sold £53,500 as a right hand drive car. ‘TSY 153’ is a 1955 Austin Healey 100/4 BN2, presented in all-around very good condition. The car was repatriated in 1996 and restored in 1997, with a full repaint and refurbish - finished in Rolls Royce Forest Green, with a light green leather interior, a stunning combination setting off the beautiful lines of this early Healey. The car is currently left-hand drive but can easily be converted to a RHD car. The car was originally built in December 1955 and shipped to Paris, France. From factory, the vehicle was painted Olde English White with a black interior and extras including a heater, laminated windscreen, duplo French headlights and miles per hour speedometer. At present, as a later 100/4 BN2 model, the car features the later 4 speed overdrive gearbox (as used in Le Mans specification cars) – a benefit over the earlier 3 speed units used in the BN1. The four-cylinder engine runs smoothly and the car feels mechanically sorted, driving very tight and smoothly. MOTs provided with the car show a low mileage of 45616 in 1989, and today 67500, with the last owner purchasing the car in 2003, maintaining annually as necessary. An early test drive is recommended. If you would desire to upgrade the car to M specification (as per a 100M car), a louvered bonnet, front disc brakes and engine upgrade can be provided to improve torque, power and driveability.
|Variant||100/4||Gearbox||4 Speed with Overdrive|
Painted Rolls Royce Forest Green
Green carpet set
4 cylinder, 2.6 litre,
|Brakes||Front Drum brakes||Lighting||Standard|
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Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these particulars, no responsibility is taken for error, omission or misstatement or imperfections not stated. Buyers should satisfy themselves pre purchase of the condition and provenance of the car and on their own judgment satisfy themselves as to whether the car accords to its description or not.