Sold: 1965 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8

-Show car Sports Convertible 3000 with exceptional fit and finish throughout.
-Built for fast road use and upgraded throughout.
-Mechanical rebuild, refinish and rotisserie restoration by Jetstream Custom Auto http://jetstreamauto.ca/
-Desirable early BJ8 convertible Healey with single blinker/running lights.
-Fitted with rare New-Old-Stock (NOS) Abarth Sports Exhaust from Italy
-New dashboard and timing chain work by Owen Autotmotive http://owenauto.ca/
-Fitted with John Skinner Manufacturing interior upholstery https://www.john-skinner.co.uk/
-Fitted with Denis Welch Motorsport redesigned Steering box https://www.bighealey.co.uk/
-Other Major upgrades include lowering kit, high-flow intake manifold, tubular exhaust headers
-Long list of new parts include front shocks, brake lines, brake system including servo, wiring harness 1-2-3 distributor with Nisonger Tach conversion, new bumpers, wheels (2016), tires (2012), hubs, front grill, Pipercross air filter, Dennis Welsh rear main seal, Dennis Welsh aluminum back plate and all new rubber.
-Fitted with Twin SU HD8 manual choke carburetors

4 Comments to Sold: 1965 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII BJ8

  1. Vincent Dery says:

    Hello,

    I want to know if this one is sold? If not, I am very interested by this car. Would appreciate more details on it. It’s a gift for my father in law, who had one in his younger age. We are from Quebec and are refered by mister Henry Turcot.

    Do you have other Austin Healey for sale?

    Thank You

  2. Don McTavish says:

    Owen – I see you still have pictures of my green TR3B on your web site. She still looks great. I put in a rear seal and got the real turn signals working.
    Why I’m writing is to find out if you can get me the paint code. I had a partial can of the paint but it was accidently thrown out in a shop cleanup.
    I just want a small can for the odd touchup. Say hello to Mike for me

    Don McTavish
    Montreal

  3. William A Holland says:

    And the selling price was , in round figures ….?

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