|Number of previous owners||3|
|Motor vehicle performance||150 HP|
|Rear brake||Drum brake|
|Exterior color||Ice Blue|
|Central locking system||no|
1960 Austin Healey 3000 KN7
The shape of the Austin-Healey 3000 dates from 1952, designed by Gerry Coker. The designer undoubtedly had a good day when he drew these lines, because he succeeded in creating the perfect roadster: ideal proportions, every curve is right, economical jewelry – the Austin-Healey thus provided the blueprint for all British post-war roadsters.
BMC wanted to move the Austin Healey up a class, in the trendy GT direction, which is actually completely alien to the Healey. The Group’s own MG factory is located in Abingdon-on-Thamse. The success: The current offspring is not only the strongest, but also the most cultivated of his family.
This neat Austin Healey left the factory in July 1960. Despite the many years it remains dry under the closed roof. The new paintwork and the renewed leather in the interior give the vehicle, in addition to the perfectly running engine, a certain new-car touch.