During the 30s, Donald Healey was in cooperation with the old Triumph Company and kept her active in motor racing. After W.W.II he developed an independent construction company, initially producing a fast, light sports car with a four-cylinder 2.5-litre Riley engine with 104bhp output. Other Healey models followed with engines from Alvis, American-Nash and lastly four-cylinder Austin A 90C. This specific car is the last of the series Mk III BJ8 equipped with the more powerful six –cylinder 150bhp engine of 3.0 liter. It was one of the few imported by the Greek Austin dealership with the intension of entering it in the National Speed Championship and is restored.
Built year: 1965
Engine type / cc: 6 in line / 2,912cc
Engine output: 150bhp / 5,250rpm
Top speed: 193 km/h
Number produced: 17,712