This 1964 Austin Healey 3000 MkIII BJ8 Phase II is a clean driver with just over 62k miles that is powered by its original 2.9L inline-six paired to a 4-speed manual with electronic overdrive.
The chrome grille, light bezels, side mirrors, and bumpers look bright and appear to have been re-plated by a previous owner given their excellent condition. The 15' chrome spoked wheels and knock-offs are in particularly good shape, with no pitting or oxidation showing on all four units.
The MkIII Phase II was the final version of the AH 3000 and featured a more luxurious interior than all other Big Healey variants with standard walnut veneer dash panel and wind-up windows. The tan upholstery on the 2+2 seating setup, door panels, and center console shows only slight wear on the driver’s seat and center arm rest. The carpets look clean.
Interior chrome on the instrument bezels, switchgear, door handles, and other miscellaneous trim looks good. All of the gauges are functioning
The original 2,912cc C-Series inline-six looks clean . The motor has 148hp. The 4-speed manual transmission has an electronic overdrive that is working properly

Used Year: 1964
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 1964 Mileage: 46,000
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual with Electronic Overdrive Make: Austin Healey
Body Type: Convertible Model: 3000
Vehicle Title: Clear Trim: MkIII BJ8 Phase II
Fuel Type: Gasoline Engine: Original 2912cc
For Sale By: Private Seller Drive Side: Left-hand drive

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Miles:24, 498stored with same family