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Is this the only Austin-Healey 100S ever exported to Switzerland? | Car Catcher

Restored by specialist Steve Pike, this one-of-only-50 Austin-Healey 100S may be the only one ever exported to Switzerland.

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Well-cared-for Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII | Car Catcher

A well-maintained Austin-Healey 3000 with a BMIHT heritage certificate–what's not to like?

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Austin-Healey 100-6

Said to have been owned by its previous owner for 17 years.

Car Catcher: A Red and White Mark I Austin-Healey 3000

An earlier example accompanied by a binder with documentation and receipts pertaining to the car’s restoration.

Car Catcher: A Largely Original Austin-Healey 3000 From the Final Year of Production

This Austin Healey 3000 is from the last year of production, and is reported to be a largely original example.

Car Catcher: A Red-and-White-Over-Black Mk I Austin-Healey 3000

This 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 from Carlisle Auctions is an earlier Mk I example finished in a two-tone, red-and-white exterior over a black interior.

Car Catcher: Final-Production-Year Austin-Healey 100/6

This 1959 Austin-Healey 100/6 offered by British Sports Cars comes from the last year of the model's production.

Car Catcher: Single-Owner Austin-Healey 3000

What's the longest you've ever owned a car? What about owning the same car for 52 years? That's how long this 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 was owned by its original owner.

Car Catcher: Early Austin-Healey 100

Restored sometime in the 1990s, this 1954 Austin-Healy 100-4 is said to be capable of 100 mph.

The Year Was 1980: SCCA H Production Was All About Sprites, Sprites and Sprites

Look at all of those Bugeyes. And all of that red Georgia clay, too.

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