This 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 is a left-hand-drive Mk I model that is powered by a 2,912cc inline-six coupled with a four-speed manual gearbox. The car reportedly was purchased by the previous owner in 1982 and acquired by the seller out of long-term storage in 2014. Subsequent refreshment performed by British Auto Repair of San Diego, California included rebuilding the carburetors, installing new master cylinders, and overhauling the fuel tank. The car has since been refinished in blue and white, and new carpeting, wheels, and tires were installed. Additional maintenance performed last year included the fitment of new shocks, a new water pump, and a fresh battery. This BN7 is now offered with a softtop and side windows, a replacement tonneau cover, spare parts, records from the seller, black California license plates, and a clean California title in the seller's name. This listing is live now, and only for 7 days, so take a look at the current bidding and live discussion here at https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1960-austin-healey-3000-mk-i-14/
Bidding runs May 10-23 on 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk III BJ8
The Pick of the Day is nice example of the burly British sports car
Pick of the Day is a 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 that the seller has owned since grad school days back in 1973.
With mixed feelings, I noted the Hagerty report this week about the relative values of specific collector cars in relation with value trends in the market as a whole.
The Pick of the Day is a performance model with a special race-bred engine
Iconic race car featured through September 15 at Porsche Museum
Danny Thompson spent eight years building the car that broke his father’s speed record
Luggage-style cooler blossoms at the touch of a button