The Austin-Healey 3000 was the last of the 'big' Healeys, so-called
to distinguish them from the later, more diminutive Sprites. It was
equipped with a big 2.9L straight-6 that produced 150hp, not bad
for a car that weighed under 2600lbs. The MkIII raised the bar,
both in terms of luxury and power.
This numbers matching 1964 Austin Healey MkIII is freshly restored
by British car specialists. The car body was brought down to bare
metal and the floor-pans were replaced. The body, frame and
undercarriage were painted in Gloss Black and present very well.
Sixty spoke chrome wire wheels were added at the time of the
restoration and accentuate the black exterior.
The new tan leather upholstery and black carpets from Heritage
Interiors are in excellent condition and coordinate with the new
tan cloth top. The 2,912cc motor runs well, and looks great with
the aluminum valve covers and correct components. The vast majority
of mechanical components have been rebuilt or replaced including a
new braking system, clutch, fuel pump, wiring harness, exhaust
system, overdrive harness, and all fluid lines. The twin SU
carburetors have been rebuilt and synced to allow for a great
The British Motor Industries Heritage Trust shows matching numbers
through-out this Austin Healey and is included in the attached
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact
us at Legendary Motors LLC.