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

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Produced from 1959 to 1967, the Austin-Healey 3000 would live on an icon from the period: classic lines plus six-cylinder power. 

This 1967 Austin Healey 3000 is a later Mk. III example, meaning that it was capable of roughly 150 horsepower—previous versions were rated for around 130 horsepower—thanks to a few tweaks to the engine.

The listing notes that the 3000 “is an amazingly well preserved original unrestored car,” that “has only a few owners from new.” As well, the car is said to have been “maintained, and is in excellent running and driving condition.”

Reported to currently have 57,115 miles on the odometer, you can find this 1967 Austin Healey 3000 for sale from Significant Cars for $95,000.



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wspohn SuperDork
1/5/21 11:02 a.m.

The only thing that always struck me negatively on the later big Healeys was the top stowage.  The earlier cars looked much cleaner with no top all humped up on the tonneau panel.

Maybe it was a Jensen thing (they built the AH bodies) as the top stowed the same way on the Interceptor convertibles and it was almost impossible to see what was behind you when driving. - I always found that rather annoying.

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