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Nice Restored, 1955 Austin Healey 100-4 BN1

Nice Restored, 1955 Austin Healey 100-4 BN1

Nice Restored, 1955 Austin Healey 100-4 BN1

Here found this one nicest of the British vintage roadsters, the Austin Healey 100 that was developed by Donald Healey based on the Austin A90 Atlantic mechanical and the bodies was made by Jensen Motors. As you've seen here is a Austin Healey 100-4 BN1 built in 1954 and released in 1955 has been totally restored, just offered at Craigslist for $65000 located in San Diego.

Seemed that's is perfect sample as a nicely restored outcome, interior and exterior has good shape hard to see imperfections here, unfortunately no engine bay photos to represented its motor condition. Need nothing to see it here, please enjoy.

Details by owner
I listed this Car about a month ago. It lives on a lift in my garage. I had not started it for about three months so when I went to show it, it would not start so I removed the post. I have flushed out the fuel system and gave her a full tune-up and she's running great. I know, I should have done this before I posted it last time. I will be showing the car by appointment this Saturday February 13th.

1954/1955 Austin-Healey 100-4 BN1 has been nicely restored to showroom condition. Brilliant white paint and red leather interior with white piping. Details include a badge bar, stainless steel exhaust system, electric fan, driving lamps, high-quality chrome wire wheels including spare. Leather steering wheel cover. Red tonneau. Car cover. And of course the signature 100-4 lay-down windscreen. Under the bonnet the engine is showroom clean and all the correct details are present. Being a BN1 it is fitted with the original and very rare 3-speed gearbox with overdrive. Included is the original unrestored black vinyl top and the matching side curtains. This is a matching number California car for most of its life and has been restored to original. The car will be showed by appointment only Test drive only at the time of final transaction.

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