Lot 45
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Estimation :
30000 - 35000 EUR
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Result : 46 800EUR
"Chassis number: HBJ7L22355 French title Very nice condition The car that got the nickname "Big Healey" thanks to its 3000 cc engine saw its first evolution in 1961, it was named MK II. This second version had three SU carburettors and its power was increased to 132 bhp compared to the MK1. The front grille is slightly modified and now features vertical bars. It kept its names BT7 (4 seats) and BN7 (2 seats). In 1962, the model was further developed with a so-called "convertible" version named BJ7, which featured side windows and a retractable bonnet and was available in a 2+2 version. This car, which was intended to be affordable in order to reach a wide This car, which was intended to be affordable in order to reach a wide audience, will sell a total of 11,564 units in its second version, the MKII. The model presented here is in very good general condition. The sand and brown biton paintwork is different from what can be found on the market. The black leather upholstery is also in good condition. This car is equipped with a soft top in good condition. The mechanics work well. This car is ready to take the small and steep roads and will give you the opportunity to combine sportiness and comfort for solo or double rides."
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