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1965 Austin Haealey 3000 mkIII

1965 Austin Haealey 3000 mkIII

Triple WEBERs for Power

With twin 45mm WEBER carburetors, the well-developed 2,912-cubic centimeter six-cylinder engine of the 3000 Mark III produced 160 horsepower, the most of any model of the Austin-Healey line. Acceleration from 0–100 km/h took just 9.2 seconds, and top speed was around 198 km/h. Other improvements of the 3000 Mark III included stainless exhaust system (on this example), and a vacuum brake booster as standard.

 

 

 

The dual two-inch SU carburetors and the intake manifold has been replaced to three double WEBER 45DCOE carburetors

 

 

150 bhp, 2,912 cc OHV inline six-cylinder engine, four-speed manual transmission with Laycock de Normanville overdrive, independent front suspension with wishbones and coil springs, rigid rear axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs, and hydraulic front disc and rear drum brakes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Product Code: Austin Haealey 3000 mkIII
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The Big Healey

Introduced in late 1963 and built through December 1967, the 3000 Mark III, series BJ8, was the final version of the beloved “big Healey” and represents the highest refinement of the marque.

 

 

The model name 3000 Mark III and the series designation BJ8 are synonymous, and it is only this model of the entire range of Austin-Healeys that featured a luxurious cockpit combining a dashboard of burled walnut and a center console, as well as the curved windscreen with wing windows and the roll-up side windows introduced shortly before on the series BJ7 model.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spots of restoration

During the 9-month restoration period the entire body & chrome was rebuilt, fitted and surfaced by our precision.

Please take a look at the restoration documentation at the bottom of the page.