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Sold: 1959 Austin Healey 3000 MK1 BT7

-Recently completed long term restoration with new paint and metalwork.
-From-the-frame-up restoration with all new lower metalwork.
-Bare-metal respray with epoxy primer and polyurethane topcoat
-Desirable 3000-series car with disc brakes
-HBT7L/5772 was originally delivered in Colorado Red and dispatched to Canada in December 1959
-fully functioning overdrive
-Recent work since 2013: New spline hubs, new clutch, new kingpins, front and rear brakes, tires, rebuilt overdrive (autofarm).
-Older work: new exhaust, rebuilt gearbox, new harness, recored radiator.
-Limited use since engine and cylinder head rebuild (no work invoice)
-painted Jaguar British Racing Green HEN701 PPG

Restoration

Sold: 1961 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite

-Fully Restored Bugeye in Iris Blue.
-Exceptional panel gaps and finishes throughout.
-Converted to flip-front hood with reinforcements.
-Upgraded to 1275 and later ribcase transmission with exhaust headers
-Upgraded to front disc brakes.
-Custom Mercedes-quality interior trimming.
-Fitted with Minilite Wheels
-Fitted with rechromed original front grill.
-Comes with original steel wheels and hubcaps
-Comes with softtop and side windows
-One of the best handling and driving Bugeyes.

Sold: 1958 Triumph TR3A

-Restored to award-winning condition in 1984
-Best In Class at the 1985 Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance
-Won its class, the Senior Trophy, and the Preservation Trophy at the VTR Nationals.
-Multiple other awards from 1984-2003.
-Repainted in Primrose Yellow in 2001
-Mercedes-Quality leather seats over original spring-cushions.
-Fitted with Minilite wheels, stainless exhaust, overdrive and alternator.
-Driven a reliable 58,000 miles since restoration.
-Comes with quarterwindows, sidecurtains and softtop.

Sold: 1960 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite.

-Recently restored to original specification and in striking Old English White over red interior.
-Rebuilt and original 950 engine in STD bore
-Extensive list of receipts documenting the entire restoration
-New suspension, new brakes, new interior, new paint, new chrome, new front window, new weather equipment, new tires, new fuel pump
-rare to find these in original specification, unmodified from new.

Sold: 1966 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2+2

-Desirable 4.2 Series 1 E-Type with 4-Speed Manual
-Well maintained with receipts for suspension, engine brakes and electrical work.
-Exhibits 82,950 miles.
-Preservation Class E-Type
-Never fully restored or disassembled.
-Offered from 30 years of continuous ownership and dry storage.
-Matching numbers engine and picture frame
-Factory original red interior with new leather seat inserts.
-Fully licensed and and driveable in Victoria, BC CANADA.
-Outer panels Repainted in Silver
-Major work since 2003: Fitted aluminum Radiator and electric fan, complete overhaul by David Saville Peck, new Fuel Pump.