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1967 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8 Roadster

1967 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8 Roadster

Vehicle Specifications
Stock No:
575
Year:
1967
Make:
Austin-Healey
Model:
3000
Engine No:
29K-RU-H/17568
Exterior Color:
Interior Color:
Mileage:
34,825
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Impossibly Perfect, Faultless Paint, Interior, Cosmetics, Mechanics. Complete and total show car without issue of any kind. Matching numbers, rust and accident free, full history, books, records and tools from new. None finer anywhere at any price!

Year 1967
Make Austin Healey
Model 3000 MKIII (BJ8 Roadster)
Type 2-plus-2 seat, open-top "Roadster"
Chassis No. HBJ8U42599
Engine No. 29K-RU-H/17568
Gearbox No. 17483
Rear Axle No. 16771
Body No. 87463
Exterior Color Colorado Red
Interior Color Black "Ambla"
Soft Top Color Black
Completed 23rd November, 1967
Mileage 34,285 (Original / Documented)

This particular Austin Healey is the 427th to the last of the final MKIII 3000 models built. It is as such an extremely rare and highly desirable, late specification model.

This Austin Healey was ordered new by Mr. Joseph P. Long of Portland, Oregon in the Fall of 1967. The car was and remains to this day finished in Colorado Red with the standard black "Ambla" interior as well as matching soft top assembly.

This Healey was assembled over a three-day period, from November 14th, to the 16th, 1967. It was dispatched one-week later on November 23rd, 1967 by ocean shipping to the Portland, Oregon dealer/distributor arriving in the middle of winter, in the first week of January,1968. At time of assembly and delivery as well as today, this car was fitted with the following options:

-Wire Wheels
-Overdrive Transmission
-Adjustable Steering Column
-Supplemental Heater
-Laminated Windscreen
-Road Speed Rated Tires

This is an all "matching numbers" example of an extremely late specification "BJ8" roadster with zero accident history and most importantly no sign of corrosion or rust anywhere. This treasured, two-owner from new, 34,285 original mile example represents an extremely rare opportunity for the astute collector .