This classic car is for sale on Catawiki. To have more information or to place a bid click on the "BID NOW" button. .Don’t miss this opportunity and become the new owner of this timeless classic Austin-Healey convertible! This is a NO RESERVE PRICE AUCTION.
Austin and Donald Healey presented the Austin-Healey 100 at the motor show.
The 100-4 BN-2 ceased production after only a year, in 1956. Only 4,604 units were built during this short period, only a small percentage remains nowadays. In addition to the improvements compared to the 100/4 BN1, the lower production number makes the 100/4 BN2 highly sought after amongst collectors and enthusiasts.
This Austin Healey starts instantly and idles nicely. It shifts smoothly and powerfully through all gears and brakes properly. The car has good Healey blue paint and the chrome still looks nice.
The car had a frame-off restoration about 10 years ago, it’s really noticeable. The bottom of the car still looks like new. Furthermore, the navy blue interior (with white piping) still looks very much like in the photos. The soft-top (with side windows) still looks very good.
These early Austin-Healey convertibles are offered less and less often, so don't wait too long and become the new owner of this piece of British pride!
Information about the car:
Austin Healey - 100/4 BN2 Convertible - 1956
Brand: Austin Healey Type: 100/4 BN2 Convertible 2.7L Year of manufacture: 1956 Colour: Healey blue paint / Navy blue interior Engine and power: 2660 CC (2.7L) I4 90 HP Fuel: Petrol Transmission: Manual transmission Odometer reading: 08,198 miles. Number of keys: 1 Margin: Yes (already imported to the Netherlands, VAT and import duties have been paid in full) Documents / registration: USA (state of Connecticut) registration and European import document VIN: BN2L230399
This is a direct import from the USA, the car is offered without a technical inspection.
The car can be viewed and picked up in Schiedam, the Netherlands. All technical inspections, test drives, and viewings are possible prior to placing a bid. You may contact the auctioneer in case you have any questions.