Posted 7 years ago
- Vintage Car Card from Edito Services - ©1991 - 5 7/8" X 5 7/8"
- 1962-1963 Austin-Healey 3000 MK II (Gr. Britain) - Top speed 117 mph
- Donald Healey, successful racing driver, former WWI RAF pilot, and an employee of the Sopwith Aviation Company, approached the Austin Co. with the idea of selling cars to the Yanks. His exotic design was fast and powerful, and the 1963 Austin-Healey MK IIA shown here became a classic English roadster employing a six-cylinder, three-liter engine. - Price $3,828 in (1964)
- Austin Motor Co., Ltd. is a subsidiary of British-Leyland Motors Corp.