1954 Austin Healey 100. Early years of racing. A car created simply
to hit 100mph in a race. And it did. Modeled after the A90 but with
twists by independent designer Donald Healey, it was debuted as a
concept car at the 1952 London Motor Show. It was then purchased by
Austin and the Austin Healey 100 was born. The BN1's (1953-mid1955
100's) were a common site at the Bonneville Salt Flats showing
their 100mph skills. This particular model is only a sibling of
those who graced the flats but it is impressive none-the-less.
Well-pampered for near 70years by the original owner, this vehicle
only has 4318 miles on it. Definitely ideal for an experience car
and showpiece. Come see this piece of automobile history.
1954 Austin-Healey 100M
Location:Santa Barbara, California
Exterior Color:Off White
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