WOW, WHAT A SWEETHEART! We just love finding these WELL CARED FOR CLASSICS! This is an excellent example of a 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 MK III that has had meticulous care and attention! We are proud to offer this exquisite classic Austin-Healey which is finished in the ever popular British Racing Green with a Tan canvas top and a Black Leather interior, so beautiful! This Austin-Healey drives like a dream and is ROAD READY! If you are looking for a solid, mechanically sound, good looking 3000 MK III that can be thoroughly enjoyed, this is your Austin-Healey! So many of these Classics are restored to the highest standard that you simply cannot drive and enjoy! While this particular Austin-Healey isn't a 100 point show car but it certainly would rate an 8/9 out of 10 and one you can zip around town and enjoy it! This Austin-Healey 3000 MK III is powered by an Inline-6 cylinder engine backed by a manual transmission makes it a blast to drive! Features include like new chrome wire wheels, driving lights, turn signals, tachometer, a 4 speed manual gearbox, gauge cluster, and front bucket seats, that's about all you get, not a lot of whistles and bells in 1967! As we said, ready for your driving pleasure! A most unusual opportunity to acquire one of the world's best Roadsters, $59,999.00 A worthy investment! Proudly brought to you by Nelson Auto Group, purveyors of the finest cars available for 37 years!
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