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1955 Austin Healey 100S Replica Project

Offered for sale is a 1955 Austin Healey 100S Replica project with many authentic and original 100S components. Many of these components are from one of the original 50 cars (we believe #AHS 3605), and are specific to the 100S. We purchased a large hoard of parts that had been stored in southern California since the early 1970's. The S transmission, engine parts, and many of the other original 100/S components came from this hoard. With the transmission bearing the number 1017 , we then linked it to 3605.

Nearly all of the engine components are 100S specific, and the original S components present include engine block, front and rear engine plates, original distributor, exhaust manifold, intake manifold assembly, balance pipe, water manifold, valve rocker assembly, carburetors, camshaft, pistons, rods, flywheel, dipstick, side cover, front cover. The original crankshaft is not there.

Also present is an original and complete 100S transmission.

The chassis has been built from components made by The Healey Werks and Kilmartin components. The chassis/frame is an exact replica of an original 100S. With countless hours invested into the project to ensure true accuracy to an original S, you can be sure that you will not find a more correct replication.

The extremely rare and original 100S grille is in fantastic original condition, and is the most defining, iconic, and possibly significant feature of the model. Many additional pictures are available.

The fuel filler cap hole has been precisely added to the rear shroud, which is in great condition and fits very well. The front shroud included with the project had a one off grille installed long ago, and will need slight modifications to incorporate the 100S grille. The overall condition of the shroud is excellent.

Several other rare or NOS components are included with the sale, including new-old-stock 100S upper radiator hose, NOS 100S front marker lights, NOS oil temperature gauge, NOS tachometer, correct fuel filler cap, early BN1 rear axle, original 100S brake rotors, and much more. The oil temperature gauge opening has been added to an original RHD dash, using an original S dash as a template. Also included is a very rare and original right hand drive steering column and box with an original right hand drive idler assembly.

The chassis number is a standard 1955 BN1 and has a clear title. Many more detailed pictures are available upon request. The original components alone are exquisitely rare and irreplaceable. This car is available at 30% of the cost of a genuine 100/S, and with the huge quantity of original 100/S parts, this represents an incredible value. This may be your only chance to acquire a 100S replica project with so many unobtainable original parts.

  • asking price : $285,000

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1967 TRIUMPH TR4 A

Offered for sale is a very special and highly modified 1967 Triumph TR4 A. This car has been subject to countless hours and no costs spared restoration and engineering to produce the TR4 that could have and should have been. Port fuel injection, full custom designed racing suspension, A/V in dash screen, surround, on board P/C and telemetry, custom chassis, and the list goes on and on. Serious inquiry’s only. Your chance to finish to taste.

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1959 MGA Twin Cam Coupe

Offered for sale is an extremely rare and original 1959 MGA Twin Cam Coupe. Only 323 of these cars were ever produced, and only 85 LHD models were made in 1959 for the North American market. This Coupe still retains its Twin Cam specific transmission, hood prop, heater box, 4 wheel disks, all five wheels, and tachometer, however the engine was replaced with a 1600 unit in the 60’s as the original engines were known to fail. The car is quite solid and straight, and shows no signs of collision damage. Unrestored, original examples such as this are tremendously hard to find.

  • asking price : $23,500

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1969 Alexis Mk 15 Formula Ford Racecar

Offered for sale is a 1969 Alexis Mk 15 Formula Ford (chassis #41) racecar. Alexis was founded by Alex Francis and Bill Harris, and later Allan Taylor replaced Harris as designer. The team had a great deal of success with their Mk 14 in the late 60’s winning more races than any other car, including the Lotus 51. The Mk 15 replaced the Mk 14 for 1969, and only about 70 cars were built. This car retains its correct 1600 engine and Hewland transmission, radiator, exhaust, calipers, windshield assembly, and many other parts. This is a perfect car to restore for vintage formula ford racing, or use as a center piece display in your collection. Call for more details.

  • asking price : $18,250

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1960 MGA Twin Cam Roadster

Inspired by George Phillips' MG 1951 Le Mans special and refined by Sydney Enever and his design team, the MGA debuted in September 1955 as a radical departure for MG. Successful experiments with a supercharged twin-cam engine and the desire for a competition-oriented model spurred development of the MGA Twin-Cam, released for sale in early 1958. A significant performance leap, the 1,600 cc twin-cam engine delivered top speeds in excess of 110 mph, with improved gearbox ratios, a higher final drive, Dunlop four-wheel disc brakes, and strong yet lightweight disc-type “knock-off” wheels. Only 2,111 Twin-Cam MGA's were built through early 1960, and the model remains one of the most coveted and satisfying British sports cars produced. Offered for sale is a very rare and very original MGA Twin Cam roadster. This car lived it entire life in sunny, dry California, and has only been out of the state since 2014. This car has a very old thin repaint , with several subsequent touch up jobs. This car in incredibly original and has never been restored. It has recently enjoyed a full brake rebuild , including all of the calipers being stainless steel sleeved. Also, a new large bore stainless exhaust has also been fitted. The wheels have been blasted and freshly painted as well. The fuel pump was also replaced with a new SU unit. This car is a joy to drive as it runs and drives very strong. If you are looking for a honest , rock solid example of a Twin Cam , this is it. Unrestored, rust free originals are a thing of the past , and with the hobby finally embracing the importance of originality , one would be hard pressed to find a better one.

  • asking price : SOLD

1948 Seagrave V12 Open Cab Firetruck

Offered for sale is very rare 1948 Seagrave V12 Open Cab Pumper. Gorgeous body style, waterfall grille, and Art Deco features! This model 66EB was subject to a partial restoration approximately 12 years ago and still shows very well. It was a very original, rust free truck prior to the work being done. 1000 GPM pump engages and works well and has a 150 gallon booster tank. Truck has new front tires and excellent rears. This Seagrave runs and drives very well and would be a wonderful addition to any antique firetruck collection or private museum. The overall length is just over 23 feet, so it will fit into a 24 foot garage. This is a beautiful and wonderful piece of American Fire Service history, and a rare opportunity to acquire a unique and highly sought after post war apparatus.

  • asking price : SOLD

1958 Austin Healey 100-6 BN4

Offered for sale is a 1958 Austin Healey 100-6 BN4 project car. This BN4 shows corrosion in the typical areas of the floors, sills, and some areas of the rails. An engine will be included with the car, but no transmission. The parts that are pictured are what come with the car. There is no title, and it is being sold with a bill of sale only.

  • asking price : SOLD

Riley 2.5 Litre Engine & 4spd Trans

Offered for sale is an extremely rare, original 2.5 Liter Riley engine and partial 4 speed transmission. The engine is not rebuilt; it was only cosmetically freshened for display purposes, and is mechanically in original condition. This Riley engine was used in Healey Silverstone, Elliott, Duncan, Westland, Abbott, Tickford, and Sportsmobile models. This makes a fantastic display piece, or could be used for a restoration. Don’t miss this opportunity to acquire these hard to find pieces of motoring history. More pictures are available on request.

  • asking price : $7,000

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1965 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8

Offered for sale is an extremely original, unrestored, solid example of a 1965 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8. This car has been off the road and in storage for many years in the Southwest, after living some of its life on the east coast. There is some corrosion in the outriggers and sill areas, but the floors and rails are almost rust free. The body fit is quite good and the panels line up nicely. This BJ8 is very complete, with some of the parts not installed on the car (see photos). The original black exterior with red interior is a rare and highly sought after color combination. Unrestored BJ8s in this condition are becoming exceedingly difficult to find, so don’t miss the opportunity to own this original example. Additional pictures available upon request.

  • asking price : SOLD

1955 Austin Healey 100 BN1

Offered for sale is a solid 1955 Austin Healey 100 BN1. This car was originally in California and is quite solid throughout, with only minor areas of corrosion. Overall, this 100 is a great basis for a restoration.

  • asking price : SOLD

1956 Austin Healey 100 BN2

Offered for sale is an Austin Healey BN2, converted with genuine 100/M parts at some point. This car is very straight and solid, with excellent shrouds. It has an original steel louvered bonnet, with no body number stamping , indicating that it was not installed at the factory. The car also has an original cold air box, in repairable condition. H6 carbs. It is mostly complete, but is missing some items, so if it’s not in the pictures, it’s not there. The engine number is 1B 228359 M. The M indicating a Morris built engine. This car has no title, and the chassis tag is missing, however the chassis number would be the same as the engine (228359) number, with a BN2 L prefix. Any BN2 is a rare find, especially a good solid car with 100/M components.

  • asking price : SOLD

1956 GMC 350 Luverne Fire Truck

Offered for sale is a 1956 GMC 350 Luverne fire truck in amazing original condition. This truck was purchased new by the Gettysburg, South Dakota fire department. It remained in service there until 1994 when it was obtained by the Tolstoy, SD fire department. It was operating and in service until 2012. The original Fire Underwriters Inspection Bureau letter written to the chief of Gettysburg FD for the 3 hour pump acceptance test comes with the truck. With only 7,931 miles, it runs and drives like a brand new truck. It retains all of its original paint, all original interior, and has barely aged since it was new nearly 60 years ago. It is a preserved piece of fire apparatus history, and presents a very rare opportunity to own a piece of this history. More pictures available upon request.

  • asking price : SOLD

1956 Austin Healey Factory 100/M

The Austin Healey 100/M Le Mans factory-built sports cars were produced between September 5, 1955 and July 16, 1956. According to factory records discovered in July of 1985, only 640 of these 100 M cars were made. This figure is based on the factory build cards, which called for a louvered bonnet. This factory produced series was designated the M model by Donald Healey. The process in which a factory 100/M was built is quite complex. First, the body/chassis units were sent from Jensen to Longbridge the way they would normally, but had already had the louvered bonnets fitted by Jensen, making them something special. Then they were built up at Longbridge as mechanically standard cars alongside normal BN2s. The leather bonnet straps were made by Frederick Freer & Co. and were fitted to the cars at Longbridge by Frank Weaver. The soon to be 100/Ms would then be shipped to Warwick, where the standard BN2 parts were stripped off and the staff at the Cape would then install the components necessary to create the 100/M. Once up to 100/M specification, they were inspected and road tested by Geoff Price and once approved they were sent back to Longbridge for final inspection and dispatch. The 100/M had 110 h.p. and was capable of over 100 m.p.h. It was created to have better performance than the ordinary Austin Healey 100 after Donald Healey convinced the Austin company that the creation of a new limited edition model would help give the company a boost with renewed publicity. It would also lead to better competition results against other new affordable sports cars of the time. Differences from the original 100 included higher compression pistons (8.1:1), high lift camshaft, twin 1¾" H6 S.U. carburetors with special inlet manifolds, steel-faced cylinder head gasket, louvered bonnet, "Le Mans" regulation leather bonnet strap, are among the modifications performed. Today, the 640 factory-built 100/M "Le Mans" cars are sought after because of their rarity, as a purpose built limited production high performance sports car. Confirmable chassis identification numbers and the mystique of owning an original, limited-production, high-performance automobile, make the 100/M one of the most desirable British sports car ever. This particular 100/M was one of two M cars sent to Morocco new. It eventually made its way to the US in the 1960 , and was placed into long term storage in the early 1970's. This is likely one of the most original, unrestored example left in the world. Having never been restored, or suffering any significant rust or collision damage, make this 'M' quite a rare specimen. S/N 232092 was originally finished in Healey Ice Blue with dark blue leather interior. One of only 39 such examples ever built of this elegant and stunning color. All of this being confirmed by the British Motor Heritage Trust build report. This car is truly a once in a lifetime find.

  • asking price : SOLD

1959 Austin Healey 3000 BT7

Offered for sale is an early 1959 Austin Healey 3000 BT7 project car. This BT7 shows corrosion in the typical areas of the floors, sills, and some areas of the rails, however the front and rear inner body and superstructure are in fairly good condition. The car is mostly complete and has no evidence of any significant collision damage. The parts that are pictured are what come with the car. We can install the engine and transmission for shipping purposes. There is no title, and it is being sold with a bill of sale only.

  • asking price : SOLD

1954 Austin Healey 100-M

Offered for sale is a truly rare example of a 1954 RHD Austin Healey 100-M, delivered new to Henlys Limited in Bristol, VIN# BN1 159305. This is a converted M, with the steel 100-M hood and larger SU HD6 1 3/4" carbs ( with correct part numbers and etched numbers ), special intake manifolds, heavy sway bar, special distributor, among other things. ( it is missing the original air box )

 

Only a few hundred RHD Austin Healey 100 models were produced for the UK market, with just a handful being converted to 100-M spec. A Heritage Trust Certificate comes with the sale, listing the build date of July 19, 1954 and original color scheme of Carmine red with red interior. The car is very complete, and is in overall good restorable, original condition. The chassis has some rust in the common areas of the floors, outriggers, and rockers.

 

This car is being sold as a 100/M conversion. We do not believe this is a factory produced M, and are not representing it as one of the 640 factory cars. We cannot be sure of when the conversion was done, or by whom, but appears to have been done early in the cars life.

 

A UK market RHD 100 is a rare sight for sure, let alone one that was brought to 100-M spec. This conversion could have been done at Healey's at the Cape, but there is no way to know for sure. Any Healey 100 that is an original RHD home market car is exceedingly difficult to find, especially in this sort of unaltered, original condition. Do not miss out on your opportunity to own this exceptional automobile. Call or email with questions.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1960 Austin Healey 3000 MKI BN7

Offered for sale is a very restorable 1960 Austin Healey 3000 MKI BN7 Vin #BN7L/12796. One of only 2,825 MKI BN7's produced. This car has had a V8 installed at some point in its life, but has since been removed. No engine or trans. There is rust in the common areas such as floors, crossmember, and outriggers. Do not miss this opportunity to acquire a rare, restorable early two-seater 3000. The parts that are seen in the pictures are the parts that go with this car.

  • asking price : SOLD

1962 Austin Healey 3000 MKII BT7

Offered for sale is a rare 1962 Austin Healey 3000 MKII BT7 Vin # HBT7L/18417. One of only 5,096 MKII BT7's made, making it a very sought after model. This tri-carb is very complete with some of the parts loose and packed. This Healey has been off the road since the late 1970's, was disassembled and a restoration started with amateur metal repairs done long ago, by the previous owner of the car. This 3000 is an excellent candidate for restoration, and has never had any collision damage.

  • asking price : SOLD

1970 MGB GT

Offered for sale is an excellent example of an original split rear bumper 1970 MGB GT non-overdrive. This car was bought new in California, and has only recently been brought out of the state. It is extremely solid and straight, with no signs of any collision damage. The car had a partial re-spray early in its life, and matches the existing original paint well. This GT runs and drives great, and goes down the road smoothly. It was well cared for and maintained regularly. Recent items include: new carpets, new seat covers (due to the originals being cracked from the California sun), calipers, rotors, brake pads, brake hoses. This is a great opportunity to own a fantastic original west coast MGB.

  • asking price : SOLD

1957 MGA Roadster

Offered for sale is a very original 1957 MGA roadster for restoration. The car has been in storage for over 30 years and is fairly solid and straight with no signs of collision damage, but has some rocker/sill corrosion. It does not have a title, and is being sold with a bill of sale only.

  • asking price : SOLD

1977 Ferrari 308 GTB

VIN: F106AB21347
Offered for sale is a fantastically original carbureted, dry sump, steel bodied European spec 1977 Ferrari 308 GTB. Only 2,185 steel bodied, carbureted Ferrari 308 GTBs were made, and among those built, most were U.S model cars, with very few European models ever being brought into the U.S., making this Euro model exceptionally rare. The mostly original paint is in excellent condition and shines well. This GTB is in great mechanical order and the interior is in great condition. This car has been well cared for, with several components replaced or rebuilt such as: Rebuilt suspension including all inner and outer control arm bushings, all brake hoses replaced, full ignition, all new brake rotors and pads, all new fuel hoses, new water pump, rebuilt and recored radiator, all new shift rod seals, new transmission and engine pan gaskets, hub bearings and seals, new sway bar bushings, and a recent full service including timing belts.

 

1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Euro specs:
90-deg. V8-cyl. 4-stroke.
Bore/stroke: 81x71 mm.
Capacity: 2926.9 ccm.
Compression ratio: 8.8:1.
2 valves per cylinder.
4 overhead camshafts.
4 twin-choke Weber 40 DCNF carbs.
Max. rpm: 7700.
Max. power: 255 hp
Max. torque: 284 nM (210 lb/ft) at 5000 rpm
Max. speed: 252 km/h (156,6 mph) at 7250 rpm.

  • asking price : SOLD

1998 Ferrari 550 Maranello (S/N 112271)

Offered for sale is an exceptional example of one of the greatest Gran Turismo Berlinetta cars to ever come from Maranello. This very beautiful and stunning 1998 Ferrari 550 Maranello had been very well cared for and adult / collector driven, but never tracked, with only 22,673 enthusiast miles on the clock. The car is in pristine condition and drives wonderfully. It was first purchased and driven by well known actor, comedian, and collector Tim Allen. The passenger side sun visor has been signed by Mr. Allen. The car's paint color is "Grigio Titanio". This prime example has only had two owners since new. All service work for the current owner has been done at The Healey Werks in Lawton, Iowa. Recent 30K service, new tires, and shocks are some of the recent service and maintenance items performed.

 

With 485 h.p. under the Ferrari's hood, this car propels the driver from 0-60 in 4.2 seconds. Weighing in at 3720 lbs., the 550 Maranello has 419 ft. lbs. of torque that is smooth all the way though the range. Its 5474cc, 48 valve V12 engine releases ample power to propel this supercar to a top speed of 199 m.p.h. In the cockpit, the controls are accessible and purposeful, as well as those that control the ASR and Sport performance functions. S/N 112271 has many of the available options. All black leather interior. Bluetooth capabilities. Sony 6 CD changer located in the trunk. Sony Drive-5 HX sound system with MP3 capabilities. XM radio. The 6-speed Ferrari "gate" style manual transmission comes standard on the 98' Maranello. Only 854 models of the 550 were produced in 1998. The 550 M is sure to be considered one of the true great front V 12 cars ever conceived by Ferrari.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1956 Austin Healey factory 100/M (S/N 229164)

The Austin Healey 100/M Le Mans factory-built sports cars were produced between September 5, 1955 and July 16, 1956. According to factory records discovered in July of 1985, only 640 of these 100 M cars were made. This figure is based on the factory build cards, which called for a louvered bonnet. This factory produced series was designated the M model by Donald Healey.

 

The process in which a factory 100/M was built is quite complex. First, the body/chassis units were sent from Jensen to Longbridge the way they would normally, but had already had the louvered bonnets fitted by Jensen, making them something special. Then they were built up at Longbridge as mechanically standard cars alongside normal BN2s. The leather bonnet straps were made by Frederick Freer & Co. and were fitted to the cars at Longbridge by Frank Weaver. The soon to be 100/Ms would then be shipped to Warwick, where the standard BN2 parts were stripped off and the staff at the Cape would then install the components necessary to create the 100/M. Once up to 100/M specification, they were inspected and road tested by Geoff Price and once approved they were sent back to Longbridge for final inspection and dispatch.

 

The 100/M had 110 h.p. and was capable of over 100 m.p.h. It was created to have better performance than the ordinary Austin Healey 100 after Donald Healey convinced the Austin company that the creation of a new limited edition model would help give the company a boost with renewed publicity. It would also lead to better competition results against other new affordable sports cars of the time.

 

Differences from the original 100 included higher compression pistons (8.1:1), high lift camshaft, twin 1¾" H6 S.U. carburetors with special inlet manifolds, steel-faced cylinder head gasket, louvered bonnet, "Le Mans" regulation leather bonnet strap, are among the modifications performed.

 

Today, the 640 factory-built 100/M "Le Mans" cars are sought after because of their rarity, as a purpose built limited production high performance sports car. Confirmable chassis identification numbers and the mystique of owning an original, limited-production, high-performance automobile, make the 100/M one of the most desirable British sports car ever.

 

This particular 100/M spent its life in sunny and dry California, and was placed into long term storage in the early 1980's. This is likely one of the most original unrestored example left in the world. Having never been restored, or suffering any significant rust or collision damage, make this 'M' quite a rare specimen in today's available pool of cars. S/N 229164 was originally an all black body with red leather interior. One of only 42 such examples ever built of this elegant and stunning color. All of this being confirmed by the British Motor Heritage Trust build report.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1968 Ferrari 330 GTC (SN 10825)

Often referred to as the perfect Ferrari for the perfect gentleman, the 330 GTC has been revered as a truly timeless Ferrari, this being SN 10825. Legendary Ferrari World Champion Phil Hill called the 330 GTC "the best road going Ferrari ever built."

 

Ferrari produced only 598 of these coupes between 1966 and 1968. The 330 GTC combines all the finest attributes of the times with a 275 GTB chassis, the powerful 4.0 liter 330 2+2 engine, and the impeccable styling of Pininfarina. The 330 GTC also sports the Superfast nose with the tail of the 275 GTS. It is an extremely elegant car with plenty of room for two passengers. It is often said, "The 330 GTC is a desirable gentleman's grand touring car which has never lost its ability to please." The V12 engine displaces 3967 cc or 330 cc per cylinder (hence the type number 330 of the car), and fitted with 3 twin-choke Weber carburetors and produced nearly 300 horsepower at 7000RPM. With the front engine V-12, the torque tube driveshaft, and the rear mounted 5 speed transaxle, this car is one of the most balanced sports cars ever built.

 

This unbelievable specimen has only covered 23,976 miles in its life, and was sold new in California. We have full documentation for this car all the way back to the original letter to the dealer ordering the car new. SN 10825 is in a incredible state of condition, and is a pure joy to drive. It still retains nearly all of its original paint, and has its original interior, carpets, trim, etc.. This could very well be the most original lowest mileage GTC on the planet. This car would be impossible to replicate. This GTC also has full tool roll, jack, books, and pouches, and they are all original to the car. This 330 is also equipped with factory A/C and the optional Borrani wire wheels. It has been the recent benefactor of a full carburetor rebuild and full major service, tires, brake system rebuild, and all suspension bushings, and rubber components. This a true rarity on the open market, and represents a unique opportunity to the discriminating collector who understands and embraces the chance to acquire one of the most original road going front engine Ferraris left in existence. SN 10825 has also just been certified by the Ferrari Classiche Department and has full documentation and book as well.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1984 Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole

Up for sale is a wonderfully original example of a 1984 Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole. This is a beautiful and rare European model car. With its water-cooled, 90 degree V-8, displacing 2,927cc, this car produces 240hp @ 7,000 rpm and 192-lbs.ft. of torque @ 5,000 rpm which gives the car a top speed of 142 mph. Alloy block and heads lighten the car. Dual overhead-cam. Bosch K Jetronic fuel injection. Five-speed manual gearbox with synchromesh on all forward gears. Hydraulic clutch. Fantastic original paint, seats and interior. Factory A/C and power windows all in great working order. This car has never been in any accident or collision and is a perfectly straight and solid, rust free expample. It only has acquired 23,000 miles since new. ( 36,000 Km )

 

The Ferrari 308 GTB's and GTS's were carbureted from their introduction up until 1980. The U.S. model cars were being diminished to 205hp because of tighter emission rules in America. In 1980, Ferrari responded to the emissions by replacing the two-barrel Weber carburetors with the Bosch K Jetronic fuel injection system and introduced the 308 GTBi and GTSi. The Euro version engine still remained at a lower 214hp. So in 1982, Ferrari introduced the 308 Quattrovalvole (QV). The QV engine produced 240 horsepower in Euro models. The four-valve-per-cylinder heads were to thank for the extra power.

 

Only 748 combined U.S. and Euro model GTB Quattrovalvoles were made and only 259 Quattrovalvoles were made in 1984.The GTB also never suffered from the cowl shake, rattles, and air leaks that the GTS were plagued with. The GTB's lines are also the most pure and fluid of all the 308 cars.

 

The car is DOT certified, it is not a grey market car. It is only a two owner car and service records have been kept since new. No expense has been spared in maintaining this wonderful car. This is a European delivered car. The original owner took ownership in Italy and had the car transported to the U.S. himself. Original tools and manuals. The car doesn't leak and runs like new. Does not overheat, and makes excellent oil pressure. Original spare has never been used. All original Euro glass by Saint Gobain. Service has been done by Tim Stanford Ferrari in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida since new. Recent service has been completed by The Healey Werks in Lawton, Iowa. Michelin tires are near new. Replaced parts since new include: All belts, cam belts, A/C compressor, alternator, starter, water pump, shocks, caps and rotors, shift seals, r-brakes and rotors turned, fluids on regular service intervals, etc. ....and most recently power brake booster and master. This is truly one of the most original and honest examples you will find. Don't miss this opportunity to own one of the most iconic and recognizable Ferrari cars ever produced.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1960 Austin Healey 3000 MK 1, two-seater SN:HBN7/6682 (UJB140)

Built December 14th, 1959, as the first of five factory Works Competition Healey's prepared for the 1960 Sebring by Geoff Healey and Donald Healey ( as referenced in Geoff Healey's book "The Story of The Big Healeys"). After trial testing at Silverstone by Jack Sears in UJB 140, (UJB140, UJB141, UJB142, and UJB143) the first four were sent to the U.S. UJB140 was deemed the "P" or practice car thus saved the grueling punishment of the 12 hours of Sebring. The fifth car UJB144 was sent to BMC Canada. After the Sebring race of 1960 all four cars were sold through the BMC dealer network.

 

July 14th of 1960 UJB 140 (HBN7/6682) was purchased by Richard Ecklund of Buffalo NY and raced under the Ecurie PIP! race team. The team comprised of Richard Ecklund, Bob Deull, and Bob Preibe raced the car in numerous events at Watkins Glen, Dunkirk, and Harewood circuits. In the first two seasons the team compiled a very enviable record with UJB 140, while more importantly, preserving her for future generations. Richard Ecklund last raced UJB 140 at The Glen 500 August 23rd, 1964.

 

In 1986 with only 20,000 miles on the odometer, Bob Duell purchased the "P" car from his teammate. UJB140 was back on the track again as a far-from-normal Austin Healey 3000.

 

As a factory entry in 1960, this car obviously had some added enhancements to compliment the stock chassis including strengthening gussets at all suspension points. A light was added to the roof (different color for each car) for nighttime identification. Fourteen leaf springs were added to the suspension as was overdrive to the 4-speed gearbox. A 25-gallon gas tank and Lucas road lamps were also added. The 2995cc engine had a special cam and head, 2 inch SU carbs, and tubular exhaust headers as well. Four wheel disc brakes provided ample stopping power. The hood was opened from an outside release and a leather strap kept the hood in place. A large 5" tach was used so the driver would never lose sight of the engine revs. A special leather-covered racing seat and dash switch configurations made up the changes to the inside. A dual speed wiper motor was also in place to keep the windscreen clear.

 

The car is a time piece, with all but a few parts as original it is a terrifically preserved and fully competitive piece of Austin Healey history. UJB140 remains much as it raced in the 1960 Sebring, bearing all of the markings of that historical race. This car possesses meticulous historical records and outstanding racing accolades. A true standout in SVRA and a marquee at venues such as Watkins Glen. Believed to be the only originally preserved survivor of the Sebring team, this is a highly desirable collector car. To say this it's value is appreciating would be an enormous understatement.

  • asking price : SOLD

1965 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8 Early phase two

Offered for sale is a 1965 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8 Early phase two. This Healey had undergone full frame off restoration by a body / restoration shop in the early 1990's and is still holding up very well. The Restoration was based upon a rust free California chassis and still is in that incredibly solid condition. Even the rocker panels are original! We have just acquired S/N 29953 from her long time owner's estate. He used the Healey sparingly, but drove it whenever he could since the restoration had been performed and completed.

 

When the car was restored, he had a desire to build the car in the spirit of a rally car, but not to make a replica. Hence the front fender vents, and hood strap, six blade fan, and high flow stainless exhaust. The car also sports a Motolita wood rim steering wheel, Canvas top, boot, and tonneau cover ( which he had purchased at considerable expense ), nearly new tires and 72 spoke chrome wire wheels and chrome spare!

 

S/N 29953 is in excellent condition, with a very attractive black with red piping leather interior and a very straight body with paint work that looks brilliant and clean, with deep luster. This is not a Pebble Beach car, but an exceptional driver grade car that presents, and performs incredibly well. The car is a joy to drive and is very solid, tight, and powerful. The engine runs cool, and has superb oil pressure. Since our acquisition, we have given the car a full inspection, service, fluids, etc. We also Installed a new Battery, front crossmember ( from typical jack damage ), and fog lamps. We decided to remove the bumpers ( which are included in the sale ) and install the fog lamps to give it a more aggressive and sporty look, befitting the other tasteful changes that had been made.

 

The donor car for the original restoration had been wrecked in the front in the early 1980's, and thus the restoration was performed on a chassis that was located and sourced in California in 1989. Subsequently, the original car had been given a salvage title, but after the restoration was given a clear Missouri Title that states "prior salvage motor vehicle". As you can see from the pictures the underneath of the car is very clean and also presents well.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1957 MGA Roadster

Offered for sale is a very original and solid 1957 MGA roadster 1500. This car has been off the road and sitting in inside storage for over 30 years. It is very original and complete, the engine turns over, and has very little rust, with a rather poor respray done at some point long ago. This A show no signs of collision damage, and is very straight.

The original color scheme can still be seen in places, and was originally black with red interior. This is a very desirable and rare color combination.

Clean, original examples such as this have become very difficult to find.

  • asking price : SOLD

1967 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8 (Serial # HBJ8L-40854)

This 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8 (Serial # HBJ8L-40854) was one of 553 limited edition cars in the last year of production marked with a Golden Beige Metallic finish (BG19). Adding to its allure is an incredibly solid and straight chassis & body showing little sign of corrosion or damage. A fantastically preserved piece of Big Healey history, and is quite a remarkable find in such original solid condition. This may be one of the best preserved original restoration candidates on the planet. The 3000 Mk III was launched in 1963, and remained in production until 1967. The Series BJ8 was the most powerful and luxurious of the big Healeys - with a Walnut veneer dash, wind up windows, and 150 hp. This is the last year of the BJ8's and is the most desirable. With only a handful with this limited edition color being produced, and even fewer surviving today, this could be one of the last unrestored original Golden Metallic Beige cars left.

 

This is a two owner example, that has been sitting in climate controlled storage since 1977. It was partially repainted in the mid 1970's and was used as a daily car until 1977 when it was replaced by another car, thus beginning its 31 year hibernation. With only an incredible 49,179 original miles, the car is very straight and solid, with only minor rust issues, and has a good portion of the car still showing it's original exterior paint. We have been able to service the fluids, rebuild the carburetors, bleed the clutch, replace the fuel pump and free the handbrake to working order. The engine has excellent oil pressure hot ( 40 lbs @ idle ) and has an average compression figure of 175 across the board. The car runs and sounds great, with no significant leaks. It does run and drive very well, but only in the lot, as the park brake is the only means of which to stop the car.

 

With historical documentation and photographs. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire one of the most attractive motorcars the UK has ever made, and one of the last few hundred BJ8's produced.

  • asking price : SOLD

1966 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8

This 1966 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8 (Serial #HBJ8L-33788) was originally delivered new in California and is an original black plate rust free damage free car. This is the last year of the BJ8's and is the most desirable. This car was fully restored in 1996 in California, with part of the work being done here in the Midwest. (mechanicals, drivetrain/engine, and trim by The Healey Werks) and is in fantastic condition having been carefully driven only 3000 pampered miles since its total restoration. Excellent white with red and brilliant red interior with silver piping. Soft top in good shape, wire wheels are excellent, and tires are new. Extensive historical documentation and photographs. This is a very beautiful and terrifically original car that is in superb condition and drives as great as it looks. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire one of the most attractive motorcars the UK has ever made.

 

Don't miss this opportunity to own one of the finest Big Healeys on the market today.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1967 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8

This 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8 (Serial # HBJ8L-41504) was one of 553 limited edition cars in the last year of production marked with a Golden Beige Metallic finish (BG19). Adding to its allure is an incredibly solid and straight chassis & body showing little sign of corrosion or damage. A fantastically preserved piece of Big Healey history, and is quite a remarkable find in such original solid and nearly rust free condition. This may be one of the best preserved original restoration candidates on the planet. The 3000 Mk III was launched in 1963, and remained in production until 1967. The Series BJ8 was the most powerful and luxurious of the big Healeys - with a Walnut veneer dash, wind up windows, and 150 hp. This is the last year of the BJ8's and is the most desirable. With only a handful with this limited edition color being produced, and even fewer surviving today, this could be one of the last unrestored original Golden Metallic Beige cars left.

 

Extensive historical documentation and photographs. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire one of the most attractive motorcars the UK has ever made, and one of the last few hundred BJ8's produced.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1974 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino Spyder. SN 08072

Up for auction is an excellent example of Ferrari history. This 1974 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino Spyder has excellent older Rosso Corsa repaint, Daytona seats with new tan leather, factory A/C and power windows. Cast iron, 2.4 liter, twin-cam motor was manufactured to produce 195 horsepower with a top speed in excess of 142 MPH. Only 57,800 miles. Absolutely no evidence of collision, rust,or abuse, this car is solid, straight, and terrifically original.

 

SN 8072 has been in a collection in the southeastern United States for many years and has been very well preserved. This car has not been restored but significant extensive factory correct service has been done to make this a superbly running and driving car.

 

Interior: New leather on original Daytona seats, new complete carpet replacement, and new targa top seals.

 

The brakes, steering, and suspension have all been completely rebuilt. Also new are the engine and transmission mounts, half shafts, and various other items. With all the recent service work that has been done, this car drives and handles like a dream. While this is not a perfect and fully restored car, it is truly a stunning driving example.

 

With only 1274 made, this is a supremely responsive sports car that just happens to be enveloped by one of the finest designs of all time. An excellent example of Enzo Ferrari's tribute to his only son Dino, who was tragically stricken and a very young age. This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the Ferrari family legacy. With values creeping in the mid 200s, this car is an excellent value, priced well under that.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1957 Maserati A6 G-2000 GT Allemano Coupe (SN 2198)

Produced April 4th 1957, the A6G/54GT Berlinetta offered here is one of the rare, Allemano-bodied twin Cam examples of which just 21 were built . This is an extremely rare car, the very last A6 ever built, in absolutely stunning restorable condition. An incredibly rare chance to obtain a 1950's Maserati with true historical significance. A true time warp car. This could very well be the last unrestored A6G left in the world.

 

An incredibly complete and original car both internally and externally. Engine & compartment were partially disassembled for overhaul many years ago. Crank shaft is out revealing evidence of a crack. Red exterior and tan leather interior. We have located a firm to produce a forged steel crankshaft as a replacement with a cost of about 3,000.00 USD

 

Some interesting production facts :165bhp 1,985 cc twin overhead cam Colombo designed straight-six engine with a lightweight alloy block, twin-plug ignition, triple Weber carburetors, four-speed manual transmission, upper and lower A-arms, hydraulic shock absorbers at front, leaf springs, live rear axle, hydraulic shock absorbers at rear, four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 100.4".

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1967 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe

The culmination of Aston Martins long-running line of DB six-cylinder sports coupes, and thus considered by many to be the last real DB. It is powered by a 3995cc dual overhead cam inline six-cylinder engine with triple SU carburetors and twin SU fuel pumps. All this equates to 325 horsepower which is sent to the rear wheels through a 5-speed transmission. RHD, chrome and glass removed for body restoration. Was an excellent running and driving car before being disassembled for restoration. Original and spacious.

 

  • asking price : SOLD

1959 Aston Martin DB4 Coupe series 1

1959 Aston Martin DB4 coupe series 1, left hand drive, delivered new to California. The body panels were hand made of aluminum mounted on a steel tube frame and featuring the Superleggera method of construction. Powered by a Tadek Mereck designed, 3670 cc, six-cylinder, all aluminum 240hp engine. One of the few remaining survivors of the 149 built. In storage since 1974. Unrestored, unmolested example ready for restoration. Might be the last unrestored LHD series one DB4 on the planet.

  • asking price : SOLD

1958 Aston Martin DB2/4 MK III Drophead RHD

The Final derivative of the DB2 family, sporting a new radiator grille that echoed the styling of its illustrious DB3S racing sibling, it retained the same basic structure as its DB2 and DB2/4 predecessors. Thus, its aluminum bodywork clothed an advanced square-section tubular spaceframe equipped with independent front suspension (a sophisticated trailing link, coil sprung set-up tempered by an anti-roll bar) and a coil-sprung 'live' rear axle (located via Panhard rod assisted radius arms). Redesigned by the brilliant Tadek Marek, its 2922cc dohc straight-six cylinder engine gained a new block assembly, crankshaft, camshafts and manifolds. Reputed to develop some 162bhp and 180lbft of torque, it was mated to a four-speed manual gearbox as standard. Autocar found it capable of 119mph and 0-60mph in 9.3seconds. Girling front disc brakes are also included standard.
This particular example is one of just 85 factory built drophead coupes.
Excellent older restored condition on a very original car. Just out of museum collection. Rare opportunity to acquire an early open Aston.

  • asking price : SOLD

1960 Maserati 3500 Vignale Spyder

    Maserati: 1960 Maserati 3500 Vignale Spyder. A highly sought after Carrozzeria Vignale produced spyder, based on a design by Michelotti.

    The 3.5 liter twin overhead cam six cylinder engine, fed by three twin choke 42 DCOE Weber carburetors, have a cubic capacity of 3,485 with a compression ratio of 8.5 to 1 developing some 220 bhp at 5,500 rpm. With a 5 speed gear box, front disc brakes, and a steel detachable hardtop, and some of the finest looks in Maserati history, snAM101935 is a complete car and ideal for restoration. 1 of only 242 built. Very rare on the market. Call for more details.

    • asking price : SOLD

1966 FERRARI 330GT 2+2

Superb condition, excellent Rosso repaint about 12 years ago on a straight, southern car; fresh magnolia leather interior, Borranis, mechanicals, tires, stainless exhaust; great glass and brightwork; wonderful touring car.

  • asking price : SOLD

1997 ASTON MARTIN DB7 GT 335 H.P. SUPERCHARGED 6 CYL.

ULTRA RARE 5 SPEED MANUAL. FULLY OPTIONED. LIGHT BRONZE GOLD METALLIC. TAN CONNOLLY LEATHER INTERIOR. 29K WELL CARED FOR ADULT DRIVEN MILES. JUST COMPLETED FULL SERVICE AND TIRES. READY TO ENJOY. A TRUE BARGAIN AT $42,000.

  • asking price : SOLD

1960 FERRARI 250 PF CAB SERIES II

CAR IS PARTIALLY DISASSEMBLED FOR RESTORATION. COMPLETE CAR READY FOR RESTORATION. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A SUB MILLION DOLLAR OPEN V-12.

  • asking price : SOLD

1966 FERRARI 330GT 2+2

JUST OUT OF STORAGE. EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CANDIDATE FOR RESTORATION, OR DRIVER GRADE CAR. RUNS WELL. COULD BE THE LAST 60'S FRONT ENGINE V-12 FERRARI FOR UNDER $100K. THE LATE 330GT WAS ONE OF FERRARI'S TRULY GREAT ROAD CARS. SENSIBLY PRICED AT $79,000.

  • asking price : SOLD

1962 Austin Healey 3000 BN7- II Tricarb two seater

This car is a true one owner car from

new. This car has only covered 57000

miles since 1962 and was repainted

once in the 1970's. The car is quite

useable as is. The original

documentation for this car is

unprecedented. We have the original

bill of sale, original title, line build

sheet, window sticker, and break-in

form, and a heritage certificate .Along

with the car is a factory hardtop,

original tools and jack. This is a unique

opportunity to acquire the rarest and

most sought after Healey next to the

100/S. Inquire for more info and pictures.

  • asking price : SOLD

1962 Ferrari PF Cab II

  • very original and complete for restoration
  • other than outer rocker and front fender rust...
  • car is extremely structurally solid
  • runs, and drives
    • asking price : SOLD

1967 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

  • Rust free collision free car
  • new interior, stainless exhaust, Borrani's
  • excellent condition overall
  • This superb driver example is ready to enjoy

  • asking price : SOLD

1963 Maserati Sebring Series I

  • excellent original for restoration
  • car runs and drives well

  • asking price : SOLD

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