-Aston Martin California Sage Green with Black leather interior
piped Green and Black carpeting edged Green, Restored - 54,000
miles from new prior to restoration, 4-speed manual with overdrive,
One of very few factory build turn key examples when new, Collector
This is a 1967 Austin Healy GT Coupe with a custom fiberglass
Fiberfab Jamaican body. Fiberfab, the company that created this
coupe body has a rather interesting history and is worthy of an
article in its own right. The company started as Sports Car
Engineering (SCE) in 1957, it was founded by amateur racer Warren
"Bud" Goodwin who was to manufacture fiberglass Mistral bodies
under license and sell them as the SCE Spyder. The company then
became Fiberfab Co. in 1964 and began building performance parts
and fiberglass body panels for Austin-Healy, Mustangs, Corvettes,
and Jaguars. Goodwin loved the look of the fiberglass bodies built
by fellow American company Devin, but he wanted to make them easier
for homebuilders to complete.
This particular Jamaican is actually one of only a few factory
built examples and not a home build. A complete frame off
restoration of the vehicle was recently completed.
This Healey features a big 3000cc 6 cylinder engine, 4 speed manual
transmission with overdrive, Front disc brakes, 12 volt negative
battery, Finned aluminum oil pan, Dual Vitaloni mirrors, Dual
stainless steel exhaust with Monza dual tips and rolls on new
custom spec 60 spoke wire wheels and new Vredestein radial tires.
Within the cockpit you will find a period correct wood rimmed
steering wheel as well as an array of Smith's gauges to monitor
This Austin Healy GT Coupe Jamaican is extremely rare and sure to
be a welcomed addition to both concours and rally-tour events. It
is complete with service, ownership and restoration histories.
1967 Austin-Healey Jamaica
Location:Huntington Station, New York
Exterior Color:Aston Martin Metallic Green
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