1956 Austin-Healey 100-4 BN2 Roadster

  • Original left-hand-drive delivery
  • Matching numbers and colors
  • No-expense-spared restoration from 2015 to ’16
  • 4-speed manual/overdrive gearbox

Left-hand-drive chassis 230671, a desirable BN2 model with 4-speed and overdrive, was completed in March 1956 for export to the United States. The car was originally finished in Healey Blue with matching interior trim and convertible top, and it left the factory equipped with the optional laminated windscreen and a heater.

In 1992 the Read More

The SCM Fleet takes Shape

There have been many cars in the SCM Garage over the years, and most go on to new homes — while a select few are members of the family.

For example, the 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo that we’ve enjoyed for almost two years has found a new home with ACC contributor — and Corvette expert — Michael Pierce.

The guided missile from Stuttgart is sitting comfortably between Pierce’s 1967 427/435 Corvette and his 1967 Corvette 327 Convertible in Lynndale Blue. Read More

Keith’s Blog: I Don’t Want a $30,000 Bugeye

I’ve made the same mistake I’ve been making for 40 years. I bought a car that I wasn’t familiar with, and I didn’t have an expert examine the car. So, once again, this car is going to cost me double what I wanted to spend.

This all started out as a lark. My very first car was an Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprite. I thought it could be fun to have another one — and to make it my son, Bradley’s, car.

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