Austin Healey 3000 MkIII Phase 2 : XBL 388E - 1967 | £85,000 | Right Hand Drive
Its widely acknowledged that the quality of our restorations are the highest we employ the finest craftsmen and have all facilities in house for total quality control. This car was finished in 2012 to the highest specification and is undoubtedly one of the finest restoration cars in Europe. No expense was spared in the build and it was completed with many upgrades. Completed to our revival standard a fully original car with upgrades that improve quality and reliability.
This car was stripped to bare metal, repaired and strengthened to better than new.
The car was finished with a 250 hour paint preparation and re spray to a glass like finish with perfect panel fit. All bar metal is epoxy sealed, paint finishes are 2 pack epoxy and all seams have been sealed.
This car was much admired on our Goodwood Revival 2013 and an early viewing is recommended.
|Variant||3000 MkIII Phase 2||Gearbox||4 Speed with Overdrive|
|Exterior||Chrome either replaced or re-chromed||Interior||High stalk rear view mirror
Navy leather interior crafted by our master craftsmen
Wooden steering wheel
Original NOS walnut veneer dashboard
All door cards crafted by our craftsman
Adjustable steering column
Newly trimmed hood bag
Hand Crafted Aston Martin quality carpet with 3 layer insulation
Full Leather interior all hand crafted by us the best available
|Engine||Straight 6, 3 litre, (2912cc)
Rawles Motorsport fast road specification
|Carburetors||Twin 2" SU|
|Brakes||Front Disc brakes|
Servo assisted barkes
|Lighting||Upgraded Halogen headlihts|
|Wheels||Highest quality stainless wire wheels||Hood||Mohair hand crafted hood by our master craftsman|
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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.