1961 Austin-Healey 3000 MKII BN7

History:

Only 355 two-seater BN7’s were produced during their brief run from early-1961 to mid-1962. These BN7’s featured a new, more powerful 3-SU-carb engine mated to a 4-speed transmission with overdrive. As noted in BMI Heritage Trust Certificate, on 12 October 1961, this BN7 was shipped to A. Brüggemann und Co. G.M.B.H. in Düsseldorf, Germany, making this one of just 5 BN7’s that were non-U.S. bound exports (316 were exported to the United States). It was later transported to the United States where its ownership is traced.

Condition:

From 2004 to 2006, it was restored by Austin-Healey expert, Tom Kovacs of Fourintune in Wisconsin. Now in its original colors of Colorado Red with black interior.

Of Note:

The last of the true roadsters – a two-seat roadster with small windscreen, side curtains, and a low bow top with the performance of the six-cylinder, three-carb engine. Later cars were 2+2 and heavier. This is ultimate Healey roadster.

Price:

Please inquire using the contact form on the right or email us at info@grandprixclassics.com

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Year: 1961
Make: Austin Healey
Model: MK II
Dealer: Grand Prix Classics
Grand Prix Classics
Vendor:Grand Prix Classics
Contact:info@grandprixclassics.com
Website:http://www.grandprixclassics.com
Grand Prix Classics specializes in the buying, selling and consignment of historic sports cars and racing cars. Located in La Jolla, California, with a beautiful showroom and workshop, the business is run by its founder, Mark Leonard, who is truly passionate about his work. He has assembled a team of dedicated professionals who each contribute with specific talents ranging from buying and selling to an international market, researching automotive history, to running the workshop. There are always 15-20 cars in inventory as well as a collection of rare automotive posters, a large library of books, magazines, videos and other memorabilia.
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