Austin Healey 3000 Mark III original RHD Phase 2 - 1967 | £43,000 | Right Hand Drive
OLF 655E is a late 3000 MKII phase 2 car painted from original as an iconic "Big Healey", Ice Blue and Ivory car.
The original buff log book is with the car’s documentation and reports that the car was registered on the 22nd March 1967 as a Blue and White convertible. The buff log book reads that the car has only had 3 or 4 owners (two in the same family) and has been registered always around the Hertfordshire / Middlesex area. The current speedometer reads 1,171 miles and was replaced at 55,495 miles .
MOT's for OLF 655E follow dates from 1996 at 48,583 through 2007 at 55,371 and then through to 2012 at 1,065 miles supporting that the actual mileage travelled of the car may be around 57,000. The car does appear very original but obviously has had some bodywork over the years.
Driving OLF 655E the engine pulls well and the car feels very tight and together. An early test drive is recommended for this highly sought after car and colour combination as the car will be popular with Big Healey purchasers.
Documentation with the car includes the owners log, invoices and photos of work carried out by Peter Ellis and Bell Classics.
In recent years OLF 655E has been dry stored and travelled very few miles as the owner has been posted overseas.
|Variant||3000 MKIII phase 2|
|Engine||Straight 6 3 litre, (2912cc)||Interior||Original Leather|
|Gearbox||4 Speed with overdrive on 3 and 4||Motalita wooden steering wheel|
|Carburetors||Twin 2" SU||Wooden dashboard|
|Cooling||Upgraded Plastic Fan||Everflex Hood Bag|
|Ignition||Electronic ignition||Everflex full tonneau cover|
|Brakes||Servo brakes||Adjustable steeering column.|
|Front Discs||Headlights||Quartz Halogen Conversion|
|Wheels||Recent chrome wires (2008)|
|Hood||New fitted 2004 Everflex|
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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.