The Austin Motor Company was founded by Herbert Austin in Birmingham in 1905. In the 1920s the company produced the Austin 7, an inexpensive small car intended for a mass market. As of 1927 the Austin Seven was produced under license in Germany, production was stopped with the outbreak of WW II and was never resumed. In 1952 Austin merged with Morris under the roof of the British Motor Corporation. From then on Austin models were also sold under the name of other brands in the parent company. The brand name Austin was kept until 1987 and is currently property of SAIC.
This Austin Healey 3000 is a two-door four-seat roadster (2+2) with folding rooftop. The car was restored and has new spoked wheels and new tires. The gearbox is not built in as it is currently being restored. The car is registered in Vienna and will be sold in running condition.
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The vehicle has to be paid and collected within 7 business days after the auction. The collection may be made via collection by the costumer or via collection by a transport company. A timely collection can also made via a commissioning of Auctionata to a fee-based transport (flat shipping rate). If the time period lapses without a result, the buyer has to pay storage costs in the amount of 25, - € per day.