The Story Of The Rallye Monte Carlo Historique Austin Healey Continues

Apparently the story of the Ex-Works Austin Healey 3000 continues.  I was sent a listing from Fiskens in London in which this Austin Healey was offered for sale.

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This Is One Of Five BMC Works Austin Healey 3000 Rally Cars

As I noted in an earlier post about this car it was recently sold at auction in Monaco earlier this year and then entered into the 2017 Rallye Monte Carlo Historique.  At the rally the withdrew for some reason rather early in the competition.

The following was posted by Fiskens on February 4:

Clicking on the above link will get you to the Fiskens advertisement.  I should note that the car is now included in Fiskens’ “sold” list, so the car was not on the market for long.

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This Engine Has Been Tuned To Produce More Than 200 Horsepower

The photos that I have included in this post were taken from the Fiskens advertisement.  The above photo shows the engine which has been well tuned and will give this car very good performance.

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Period Correct Rally Navigation Equipment Is Shown In The Car

The interior picture shows the car fitted with a Halda Twinmaster on the dashboard and a Halda Speedpilot located on the transmission tunnel.  I know that at the 2017 Rallye Monte Carlo Historique the car was fitted with an eTrip rally computer.

If you have any comments or questions about this car, the big Healeys in general or this post, then leave a comment below or you can send me a private email message at the following address: shanna12 at comcast dot net

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