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Austin Healey 100 BN1 2,7 — 1954

Sought-after English classic, a restoration project that demands substantial effort.

Ted Gryth
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Ida Johansen
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"Restoration project with many new parts, not entirely complete, including missing intake and carburetor. The car is registered and only requires a registration inspection when it's ready."

107 000SEK
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Ted Gryth
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Ida Johansen
Case manager
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"Restoration project with many new parts, not entirely complete, including missing intake and carburetor. The car is registered and only requires a registration inspection when it's ready."


The car was purchased by the current owner in 1981 in this condition with the ambition to restore it. Various new parts were acquired, and the car was re-registered in 1993. However, time hasn't allowed for its completion, so the owner wants another enthusiast to take over and finish the car.

Teknische Daten

  • Baujahr/Modelljahr
  • Erstzulassung
  • Abgelesener Tachostand (km)
    23765 Km 
  • Kennzeichen
  • Fahrgestellnummer
  • Kw / PS
    66 / 90 
  • Kraftstoff
  • Getriebe
  • Innenausstattung/Polster
  • Farbe

Beurteilung Fahrzeugzustand

  • Zustand technisch:

    Requires a renovation of all technical components, carburetor is missing. Gasket set, various new brake parts, oil pump, and electrical system are included.

  • Zustand Interieur:

    The interior requires renovation, seat cushions are missing.

  • Zustand Exterieur:

    Requires renovation, new bumpers with horns and brackets are included.

  • Zustand gesamt:

    Once the renovation is complete, you will have a sought-after and valuable enthusiast car.

Fahrzeugangeben vom Kraftfahrzeugbundesamt

Fordonsstatus: Avst 1993-04-06 (Förreg)
Ursprungsbesiktning: -
Datum i trafik första gången: -
Senast godkända besiktning: -
Besiktigad tom: -
Årsskatt: Skattebefriad
Körförbud: -
Antal ägare: -

Fakten zum Modell

Donald Healey started manufacturing cars in Warwick after World War II. The power source used was Riley's large four-cylinder engine. In the early fifties, it became clear that this engine would soon disappear, and they needed to look for a new supplier. At the London Motor Show in 1952, Healey showcased an open sports car with an engine from the Austin A90 Atlantic. The A90 had been a big failure for Austin, leaving them with unused production capacity and leftover parts in stock. Austin's chief, Leonard Lord, saw an opportunity in Healey's car to both offer customers a new model and make use of resources. During the 1952 Earls Court Motor Show, an agreement was reached between Donald Healey and Lord Leonard that Austin would supply engines to Healey. Designer Gerry Coker immediately developed a new emblem for the car that incorporated both Austin and Healey.
Austin Healey 100 BN1. Production of the new car, with the internal designation BN1, started in Longbridge in early 1953. In addition to the engine, the gearbox, rear axle, and significant parts of the front suspension were sourced from the A90. The body was simple, featuring a thin convertible top and removable side windows in the doors. The windshield could be folded forward/down, and wire wheels were standard equipment. A rhombus-shaped radiator grille was located at the front. Production amounted to 10,688 cars.

Lagerort und Info zur Besichtigung

Location: Växjö

For viewing the vehicle, contact the valuator/depot:

Ted Gryth
+46 705-65 67 27


Collection must take place before: 2023-09-28.

NOTE! Payment (deposit to our account) must be made within 5 days and before collection.


General information about the condition of the vehicles .
  • At this auction, many vehicles have been included in car collections and have been stored (mothballed) for a long time. For this reason, they are described from a collector's perspective and may need technical reviews and maintenance service - oil, battery replacement, new tires, brake review, etc. - before they can be used. .
  • During the auction days information about a vehicle may be updated up to the day before the auction ends. When you bid at the end of the auction period - and also if you have made an earlier bid - we therefore ask you to read the descriptions carefully, in case something has been changed due to new information.
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