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1963 Austin Healey 3000 3000 MK II 1963 BJ7 - Excellent ownership history - Recent restoration - extremely clean
Factory overdrive, dry Texas car, previous long term ownership, show quality repaint, new tires, polished stainless steel exhaust, roll-up windows, new top, over $38,000 invested recently, copious maintenance records.THE VEHICLE OFFEREDThis Big Healey is a great example of one of the 5,450 MkII BJ7 models produced. Fitted with the desirable factory overdrive, it is a very solid, dry Texas car recently out of the collection of its knowledgable long-term owner who not only loved this car but also kept copious maintenance records documenting his fastidious care over the years.Its body is incredible, with original factory paint in the engine compartment, its chassis and undercarriage, and the car benefits from a fresh, proper rebuild of its original engine, transmission, factory overdrive unit, and the complete fuel, braking and clutch systems by the appropriate specialists. The car has also recently benefited from a show-quality repaint in its original and stunning Colorado Red color, new tires on restored correct painted wire wheels, a polished stainless steel Tourist Trophy exhaust and full service; the vehicle performs as good as it looks. In total there are over $40,000 of receipts for recent work, along with a comprehensive file from its previous owner. It is a car that has been made to drive not be rolled in and out of trailers.These Big Healeys are incredibly fun and iconic British sports cars that, when equipped with overdrive and fully sorted as this car is, are wonderful high-speed touring machines. These later BJ7 models have tolerable weather protection with roll up windows and snug fitting tops, confidence inspiring disc brakes and very capable handling along with an exhaust note to die for. Parts are readily available and inexpensive, and the club support is phenomenal. All things considered there is no question why all the experts consider a proper Big Healey to offer tremendous value in today’s market. Beyond that, this car in particular is an outstanding example which also offers the benefit of a recent, no-expense spared thorough restoration and is in truly turn-key condition. It offers the driving experience these cars are famous for, with none of the deferred maintenance problems that arise when they don’t come from good, caring homes.HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE Introduced in March 1961 as the BN7 Mark II (2-seat) and BT7 Mark II (2+2), the 3000 Mark II series came with three SU HS4 carburettors and an improved camshaft. However, the triple SUs proved difficult to balance and were replaced with two SU HS6 upon the introduction of the BJ7 (2+2) model in January 1962. With its debut the BN7 Mark II was discontinued in March 1962, and the BT7 Mark II in June 1962.Other changes included a vertical barred front grille, wind-up windows instead of side curtains, an improved hood, and a wrap-around windscreen. Optional extras were similar to the Mark I, although the factory hardtop option was dropped with the BJ7’s introduction. From August 1961 a brake servo was also available as an optional extra, which greatly improved braking performance. The BJ7 was discontinued in October 1963 with the introduction of the 3000 Mark III.A 3000 Mark II BT7 with hardtop and overdrive tested by the British magazine The Motor in 1961 had a top speed of 112.9 mph (181.7 km/h) and could accelerate from 0–60 mph (97 km/h) in 10.9 seconds.A total of 11,564 were made: 355 BN7 Mark II, 5,096 BT7 Mark II, and 6,113 BJ7. A Swiss motoring publication (Auto-Jahr) had had a competition to redesign the 3000 as a closed roof grand tourer, and the winning design was executed by Pininfarina just in time for the October 1962 Earls Court Show.Click here for additional photographs.Click here for a walk around video.Call Max. 208-720-8854Visit www.modernclassicautos.com for dealer information. Fee and Tax Information: Out of state buyers will not be charged Idaho sales tax, you will be responsible for taxes in your home state at time of registration. In state purchases will be charged Idaho sales tax of 6% to be remitted by Modern Classics. Documentation fee of $200, in state temporary 72 hour registration $9, Out of state 30 day temporary registration is $14. Winning bidder must contact Modern Classics within 24 hours of auction end, and make arrangements for payment at that time. A $500.00 deposit is due within 24 hours of end of auction. The remainder is due within 3 days of auction end. If no contact is made within 24 hours we reserve the right to re-list the vehicle, sell it to the next high bidder, or sell it otherwise. If you need financing I can work with your lending institution or I can help you arrange financing. You must have approved financing arranged before the end of the auction. Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping of this vehicle. We ship 2+ classics a month through a broker. If you want a quote please request. If you wish to have it shipped using your service, we will gladly cooperate. We reserve the right to end the listing if the vehicle is no longer available for sale.
Trim 3000 MK II
1960 Austin Healey 3000 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 1, used, low mileage, in driving condition, all original
Corpus Christi, Texas
1960 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 1 (BTN7) Almost all original with low mileage, 63,469 miles. 6 cylinder with overdrive, 4 speed side shifter, clutch, all matching numbers. Stored in a garage in California for 30 years. I bought the car 3 years ago and turned it into a daily driver. All the work has been done by British European motors in Northern California. Everything works including overdrive, horn, turn signals, gages, and all mechanical. It has good compression in all cylinders. There is rust underneath car in a few places. The car needs top cloth and I have the top from and windows. I have all receipts of work done and of purchase. Originally the car was red. Now it is British white. This was a perfect car to restore. I am asking $33,000 for the car.
Boca Raton, Florida
I am selling my 1961 Austin Healey 300. It had an off frame restoration and was stored for 20 years.. All belts, water pump, plugs, ,tires were recently replace. She looks and runs great. There are a few imperfections in the paint that I have been told will wet sand and buff out .She also has recent rebuilt su carbs ,master cylinders and a new wiring harness. She is also rust free. If you have any questions please call Richard @ 561/289-6872. This is my car and I do not need any help selling. Please no scammers or low ball offers. She is fairly priced @ $53,500.Must submirr a $5,000 deposit within 7 days of auction close .Car is located in Boca Raton,,FL
Austin Healey is one of the big names in British motoring history with Donald Healey and his beloved Big Healey’s winning over enthusiast across the world. It all started with the spirited 100-4’s and evolved into the much more powerful 3000 with three variants put into production ranging from the MKI to the MKIII but what we are concerned with is the middle model, the MKII. It appears quite similar to its predecessor, the MKI, but is equipped with several refinements such as three SU HS4 carburetors, different valve springs, and upgraded camshaft. They were offered in one of two platforms, a two seater roadster or 4-place open format. To this day, these concise, nimble roadsters are adored by enthusiasts for their performance, classic look, and nostalgia. Being that these cars are so pleasantly usable, they were regularly enjoyed by their owners over the years resulting in seeking out good examples increasingly more difficult but not impossible. This brings us to the example on offer. Now available out of the LBI stable is a matching numbers, 1962 Austin Healey 3000 MKII chassis number HBT7L18337, engine number 29ERUH4545. This example is coming out of over a decade of ownership here in Pennsylvania and is now awaiting its next care taker. Right before the turn of the century, the previous owner had initiated a nut and bolt restoration, executed by the marque specialist at Fourintune of Cedarburg, Wisconsin. Unfortunately, the early history of this car is not known but more information will be known upon receiving the heritage certificate, which is on order. The initial impression this car gives off is a consistent, well cared for and preserved restoration, boasting quality that has stood the test of time. The old English white paint has aged well, still possessing a glossy shine and depth. In terms of flaws, there are only a couple noteworthy items to include a small bubble on the passenger side door directly to the left of the door handle and a minute crack by the bonnet grill. Otherwise the paint shows well and could be considered show worthy and without needs. The rubber components are all intact, supple, and seal properly. The weather gear is in presentable condition but it should be noted that the plexiglass windows do have some moderate scratches and the rear plastic window has developed some clouding. An inspection of the panel fitment will conclude even gaps and seams throughout which can be attested to the quality of the restoration. The chrome items including the bumpers, grill, bezels, windshield frame, and trim pieces are in good shape, absent of any significant flawing but some scattered subtle pitting can be seen under close inspection on various items. The wire wheels and tires are presentable however, the paint on the wheels has begun to fail in a few small areas. They could be left in their driving quality state or simply resprayed to remedy the issue. The tires are the period correct style for concours; they have however started cracking due to age. The glass components on the car are all free of any deep scratches, chips, or abnormalities showing, as a restored example should. Pull open the door and the door jams appear clean and consistent with the rest of the car. The red interior shows beautifully with the front and rear seats complimented by the white piping. Given that this is an older restoration, one will note a few items have developed some patina. The side bolsters on the driver’s side seat, a common area of flawing, have slightly worn but are still very much presentable. Also, under the right lighting one can see the red vinyl on the front seats has begun to fade slightly with the rear seats slightly darker as they have most likely never been sat in. The dash top and fascia is without flaws, housing the rebuilt gauges with crisp lenses and fully operational. The correct steering wheel is present versus the aftermarket Moto Lita steering wheels Healey owners commonly replace it with, allowing for a more authentic driving experience. The shifter and boot have held up well having incurred no damage. A peak down at the carpet and floor mats will show they are free of any stains, tears, or inconsistencies. However, after 16 years of going to shows and letting the car sit in the sun the carpets do show some fading in areas. It could easily be left but it perhaps the most obvious flaw. Moving forward with our inspection to the engine bay, one will see a properly maintained engine that is accompanied by the correct hoses, clamps, markings, and all accessories. All components appear tidy with any servicing clearly completed by very capable hands. The rear trunk possesses many of the same qualities with the liner showings as new and the spare wheel, tool kit, and jack all present. An inspection of the underside shows no obvious issues as it is very presentable for an older restoration. There is some typical aging from use but nothing unexpected and completely in line with the rest of the car. The correct areas were painted the color of the body, suspension components all tended to, and any major issues were corrected during the restoration, however not noticeable today. In combination with the cosmetics, this particular example is also in superb mechanical condition. The previous owner did drive this car quite a bit but also ensured his use of the car was accompanied by appropriate maintenance. Under his care a variety of items were tended to including new wheel cylinders, fuel pump, battery, miscellaneous hoses, choke cable assembly, clutch service, and the list goes on. There are thousands in receipts from local Austin Healey Specialists servicing the car throughout the years. Needless to say, this car is very much a turn-key example that you can simply get in and enjoy. It does not take much to start and once up to temperature performs without issue. The clutch operates as it should, the transmission going in and out of gear without any hassle. Put down your right foot and the engine springs to life, pulling well, and making that snappy Healey exhaust note. The steering feels tight and precise with no notable play. The brakes feel firm, functioning without issue, stopping straight and true when applied. This example is equipped with overdrive which is fully operable, making highway driving much more pleasant for the driver and the car. The car feels settled in, sorted, and is a nicely aged restoration that has a solid feeling of reliability. The Austin Healey we are left with today is a well-rounded and consistent example throughout all areas of the car. The restoration completed by the professionals at Fourintune set a great base for this Healey to provide many more years of enjoyment. This will not only be a fantastic car to take on tours, rallies, and show but also a feasible investment. This example is offered with the original owners manual, tools, spare, weather gear, and BMIHT Certificate.
Dobbs Ferry, New York
For serious buyers, I invite you to come see the car and reconcile on your own, as it's virtually impossible to accurately/objectively represent cars of this age. Please feel free to inspect the car before you purchase -- reach out to me and we can exchange contacts. I'm not a Healey expert, but own MGs, Triumphs, Datsuns and Lotuses. I believe this car could be used as a great platform for a top-flight restoration or driven as is for years with just a little TLC. Car will be sold with transferable clear NJ title. I can help w/ shipping in that I can be here when your shipper arrives. No warranty of any type. Paypal fine if we split the fee. Thanks much for looking and good luck.
1967 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII for restoration. Phase 2 later vehicle. Original drivetrain, 150 H.P. inline 6 cylinder, dual 2" S.U.carbs, 4 speed w/ overdrive, telescoping steering wheel, convertible top, walnut dash and power assist brakes.This vehicle has the typical Healey chassis rot and will need outriggers, floors, sills, rockers, dog legs, fender repairs etc. Frame rails in need of repair or replacement, as well as trunk floors, trunk corner boxes and rear bumper frame and extensions.Vehicle mounted and doors do not close properly.this car was born colorado red exterior color with black trim.car rolls fine and has steering wheel. unmolested under hood this an appeciating british sport car very collectible car.its geting hard to find this later model phase 2 healys in unrestred condition most have been restored. the is loctored in whittier calif.20 miles from the port of long beach and ports of las angeles for all on the over sea buyer i had in hand a clear florida title. if you need to contact me 562-762-6607 dont bid if you have no plans to buy. car need lots of work rare color comb. i can store the car for out town buyer in a safe place til you fine a shipper buyer pay all shiping feeds thank for looking
Astoria, New York
Exterior Color: Green, Interior Color: Black, Vehicle Type: Classic Cars
Astoria, New York
Exterior Color: British racing green, Interior Color: Black, Vehicle Type: Classic Cars
Miami Beach, Florida
The MKIII is generally considered to be the finest Healey variant of them all. This Big Healey was restored to a fastidious level with prime intent of being concours winner and true to plan,the car garnished much success over the nine years. Attention to detail is astounding. The spotless exterior is finished in red, whilst the interior and hood color appear to be stone (despite their gray designation per Healey specification), rarely so, this car features the leather upgrade kit (which was a factor option) in preference to the standard vinyl, and the red wool carpets complete the stylish effect. From 1997 to 2004, the car has competed concours level numerous times and notable first including the 1197 AACA National Fall Meet Senior Award, the 1998 Stowe British Invasion concours division, 1998 Austin_Healey Sport & Touring Club, 1999 Amelia Island Concours d"Elegance, 2002 Radnor Hunt Concours d"Elegance, 2004 Greenwich Concours d"Elegance. This exceptional car drives as well as it looks. The engine and transmission have less than 1000 miles on them since they were completely rebuilt, as the car is "show driver," Included in the sale are an additional jack, toolkit, and owner's manual. Engine: six-cylinder, in-line, pushrod overhead valves, twin SU carburetors, 2,912cc, 148bhp@5,359rpm; Gearbox: four_speed manual with overdrive: Suspension: front, independent by wishbones and coil springs, rear, live axle with transverse arm or radius rods, semi-elliptic leaf springs; Brakes: four-wheel power assisted hydraulically operated drum to the rear and disk to the front. Left-hand drive.
Astoria, New York
This 1966 Austin Healey 3000 MK III is an excellent original California car and a fantastic driver. British racing green with black interior. It includes it\'s Heritage Certificate, factory books, and many service records. For just $49,500 Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>
Power Disk Brakes, VDO Gauges, Roll Bar, Cowl Hood, Torque Thrust Wheels, CD Stereo, Power Antenna, Deluxe Wheel, Electric Fan, B%26M Shifter . CLASSIC STYLE OF THE AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK 3, SPORTS CAR HANDLING %26 AMERICAN MUSCLE PERFORMANCE. BUILT BY CLASSIC ROADSTERS, THIS CAR HAS A LOT TO OFFER. ITS A QUALITY REPRODUCTION. HAS A GOOD STURDY FEEL WHEN DRIVING. IT HAS A GRATE GM 350H.O. MOTOR WITH 350HP. HEI IGNITION, ALUMINUM INTAKE, HOLLEY CARBURETOR %26 CUSTOM DUAL EXHAUST. ALUMINUM RADIATOR WITH ELECTRIC FAN KEEPS IT COOL. THE TURBO 350 TRANS WAS JUST REBUILT 20 MILES AGO. HAS B %26 M SHIFTER. POWER DISC IN FRONT. TORQUE THRUST WHEELS, EXTRA WIDE IN BACK. THIS CAR IS QUICK! BODY IS EXCELLENT. THE PAINT IS A WHITE METALLIC. NICE INTERIOR WITH FULL SET OF VDO GAUGES, DELUXE LEATHER, TILT WHEEL %26 A CUSTOM INSTALLED ROLL BAR. UNIQUE, FUN HOTROD.INFORMATION IS TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>
Astoria, New York
Exterior Color: Healey Blue, Interior Color: Blue, Transmission: Manual, Vehicle Type: Classic Cars
Astoria, New York
Exterior Color: Black, Interior Color: Black, Transmission: Manual, Vehicle Type: Classic Cars
Astoria, New York
Vehicle Type: Classic Cars
Astoria, New York
This 1964 Austin Healey 3000 MKII is a very original example that runs and drives. Red with black interior. A very good car for only $26,500 Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>