Austin Cherry Red Exterior Black Leather Interior 27,013 Miles
Shown On Odometer Chevy 350 V8 Engine 700R4 4 Speed Automatic
Transmission 3:92 gears Ford 9'' rear end Presented here is a real
100-6, not a replica! A complete restoration was done on this
vehicle and was completed in 2010. Since then it has won 1st place
2010 Austin Healey sports and touring, 1st place 2011 Cars of
England of Delaware Valley, 1st place 2013 McLaren of Philadelphia
High Performance award and 2015 Best in Class at the Chariots of
Fire Multi Car Show. A ''Nasty Boy'' is an Austin Healey that has
had an American V8 transplanted into the engine compartment.
Putting a V8 in this Healey was just the beginning. The V8 in this
case is a 350ci Chevy with roller rockers and Edelbrock intake with
a Holley carburetor. Power transfers through a 700R4 automatic to a
Ford 9'' rear with 3:92 gears. The custom dual exhaust makes it
sound great. The car features 4-wheel disc brakes with Baer
equipment in the rear and completely rebuilt factory set up on the
front. Master cylinder is a Wilwood unit. Inside you will find a
completely restored interior featuring Miata high back buckets, new
carpet and all the factory gauges. The convertible top is also
brand new. The exterior has been painted in Toreador Red. The
wheels are 15'' Dayton a wires with stainless spokes and radial
tires. This is truly a one of a kind Austin Healey!
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