Austin Healey spare parts at Limora
Anyone who wants to drive a real racing car has made the right choice with one of these absolute classics: sporty and timelessly sleek in a typically English way, it is still a real admiration factor on the road.
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Austin Healey 100
The Austin Healey 100, combining under itself the BN1 and the revised BN2 models, was named after its top speed - at the time, one of the few cars that could consistently maintain a speed of 100 mph or 160 km/h. The Austin Healey 100 is a roadster and was produced until 1959.
From 1955 there were improvements: The three-speed gearbox of the AH 100 became a four-speed gearbox and more powerful engines (110 hp) were used. The overdrive, which had already been introduced with the three-speed gearbox, was retained. The typical two-tone paint scheme that distinguishes the Austin Healey was introduced with this model. The fan grille identifies it as a relative of the original Healey from the 52s.
Austin Healey 100/6 - the extension
The Austin Healey 100/6 models can equally shine as successors to the AH 100: Built on the same concept but these were 2+2 seaters fitted with 6-cylinder engines. For this purpose, the wheelbase and the length of the car were increased, which led to an additional weight of about 130 kg.
In 1957, the engine was reworked and from then on had an impressive 117 hp. In addition to this BN4, the BN6 also appeared as a two-seater, which combined the features of the BN1 and BN2 with those of the BN4.
You can recognise the classic by the oval radiator grille, the more angular lines and the sporty, chic appearance.
Austin Healey 3000 - the rally star
Production of the legendary 3000 models began in 1959 with the Austin Healey BN7 (Mark I-III), which took victories at many rallies in Europe. After the engine capacity was increased to 3 litres (2912cm3), the Austin Healey 100/6 was named the 3000. The roadsters with open 2+2 seats fell under the designation BN7, the convertibles with crank windows under BJ7 (Mark II) and BJ8 (Mark III).
The rally icon was given its shape by Gerry Coker, who dressed the roadster in sweeping lines without much ornamentation: the sleek shape, the curved windscreen and the folding top that folds up on the rear unmistakably identify it as English.