Lot 244 - 1958 Austin Healey 100 / 6
|Registration||UK taxes paid|
|Estimate||£27,000 - £33,000|
The 1958 Austin Healey 100/6 is an iconic British sports car that epitomises the golden age of motoring. Featuring a sleek, timeless design, this two-seater roadster captured the hearts of enthusiasts worldwide. Under its elegant bonnet, the 100/6 housed a robust 2.6 litre inline-six engine, producing 117 horsepower, providing exhilarating acceleration and a top speed of around 109mph. Its responsive handling and precise steering made it a joy to drive on winding country roads. With a convertible top and classic chrome accents, the 1958 Austin Healey 100/6 embodied the spirit of open-air motoring and remains a cherished symbol of automotive nostalgia today.
The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate for this handsome Austin Healey informs us that the car was originally exported to South Africa as a CKD (Complete Knockdown Kit) and once completed was delivered by the Austin Motor Company of Blackheath. The black and read coachwork of this classic British tourer is complemented by a red leather interior. The look is enhanced with wire wheels and a wooden steering wheel. Described by the vendor as being fun to drive, this Healey is looking for a new owner to experience wind in the hair motoring. The registration of this car will need to be completed to obtain a V5c registration document.
Previous lotLot 243 - 1989 Mercedes-Benz 420 SL
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