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1954' Austin-Healey 100

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Published 12 February 2023ID: YsUm6p
1 year, 4 months ago

Information from the owner

Age: 69 years
Mileage: 1386 km
Transmission: Manual
Exterior color: Black
Exterior: Tonneau Cover

Seller's comments about 1954' Austin-Healey 100

This 1954 Austin-Healey 100 BN1 roadster was refurbished in 2017 and is powered by a 2,660cc inline-four paired with a 3-speed overdrive transmission. It was repainted in two-tone red over black. At that time a replacement black and red interior was installed. The gearbox was overhauled and the carburetors and distributor were rebuilt as well. Equipment includes a dealer installed 100M-style air box and louvered hood, Pertronix electronic ignition, a Denis Welch Motorsport aluminum timing cover, a stainless steel exhaust system, and a black Stayfast soft top and tonneau cover, a spare tire. The refurbishment was performed by a previous owner in 2017, and the car is now finished in two-tone red over black. The chrome accents were added to the exterior and the car is equipped with a 100M grille emblem and a 100M-style louvered hood secured with a leather strap. Stainless steel 15 wire wheels wear 185/65 Pirelli P4 tires. New wheel cylinders were installed during the refurbishment, as well as new brake drums, shoes, hoses, and lines. interior features black leather upholstery with red piping. Other features include black door panels and carpets, as well as an aluminum dash panel housing replacement gauges. New cables for the emergency brake, choke, hood release, speedometer, and tachometer were also reportedly added during the refurbishment, as was Dynamat Xtreme heat insulation. The 5-digit odometer shows approximately 861 miles. A dash-mounted plaque states that the car has received performance modifications in the style of the 100M Le Mans cars. The 2,660cc inline-four is mated to a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive, which was reportedly overhauled by Quantum Mechanics of Oxford, Connecticut with new switches and solenoids. This car is equipped with a dealer installed 100M air box and other work performed during the restoration included Rebuilds of the SU carburetors, new belts, hoses, and thermostat, rebuilt distributor with concealed Pertronix electronic ignition, new spark plugs and wires, new aluminum oil pan and rear main seal, Denis Welch Motorsport aluminum timing cover, New fuel lines, hoses and pump. The fuel tank was cleaned and coated and received a new sending unit along with a new wiring harness, new heat shields on the firewall and new stainless steel exhaust system. The front end has been rebuilt with new ball joints and kingpins, along with new or rebuilt shocks.

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