This original RHD Austin Healey 100 was delivered 17-06-1955 in California, in 1963 equipped with a BN2 4 speed gearbox. He had only one owner in the USA
In 2000, imported from California and has since then only driven 4500 miles on Dutch roads.
The full history of the Healey is known incl. sales receipt and a note from the engine overhaul and conversion gear in 1963.
The Healey is one off the few Healey's in the world that was never complete restored (no Need), body is in original condition and is provided with a new paint job by the second owner in The Netherlands (2000).
Chassis number BN1 / 223262 matching numbers and provided with a Heritage Certificate.
Truly a fantastic driver's car!
The car was converted by us to LHD and the engine has been rebuilt by Peter van Giersbergen and rebuilt according to M specification. Also on this occasion the engine has been equipped with an aluminum cylinder head, gearbox and overdrive revised by Frits von Munching, rebuilt and is again a full BN2 gearbox. The engine room is repainted, the car features a new wiring harness, electronic ignition and a disk brake conversion performed with a dual circuit brake system equipped with new alloy wheels with nw. Avon tires, Halda Trip Master, etc. etc. No effort has been spared to create a perfect drivers/rally-car of this Healey.
Meanwhile, Italy, France and Scotland have been successfully visited and the car received in the past year an extensive cosmetic and technical update, and is now in top condition.
In 2015 the car was sold to a new owner in Austria, who only drove a 1400 miles.
After his loss in January 2017 I decided to bring the car back to The Netherlands for my personal collection. Now it's time to pass on to a new owner who can use him in all the important events and drive/use the Healey as it was ment.
|Austin Healey 100 met M conversie|
|Color||Carmine Red over Black|
|Engine size||2660 CC|
|Transmission||Manual with overdrive|
|Mileage||78.953 true miles, 5000 km after complete revision|
|Interior||Black with red piping (original)|