Acquired by its current owner in 2016, This Austin-Healey Sprite's
stalled ground-up restoration was completed in 2017. Improvements
to the car include a 1275cc 4-cylinder performance engine, HS2
carburetors, ribcase 4-speed manual transmission, 3.9 rear
differential, front disc brakes, 3/4-inch front sway bar, front
tilt kit, front needle bearings, recored 3-row radiator and a new
interior. Paperwork includes a British Heritage certificate,
original warranty from the Austin Motor Company Ltd. and original
owner's service policy, as well as all the receipts from the
restoration. Included with the car is a tonneau cover, side
curtains and a brand-new, never-installed convertible top.
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