Austin Healey 1957 100-6 BN4L
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This is a 1957 AH BN4L 100-6 that was restored 8 years ago. I replaced the front brakes with racing 1957 Disc Brakes and added a sway bar. The car was taken down to bare metal and repainted in a honda white and black color. The floor pans were rebuilt and there was some rusted out areas behind the fenders that were replaced with metal. The top has never been up since it never goes out in the rain. The wheels were replaced with Dayton 15 x 5. 72 Spoke Chrome/SS Wheels. The original wheels will also go with the car. The interior needs some refreshing so I decided not to re-do the carpeting since someone else may go with a different color combination (the red makes it pop!). I just added a spin on oil filter for ease of oil changes. I religiously change the oil every 3K.
The whole front end and rear end was rebuilt by Abacus Racing in Virginia Beach. Virginia. They are the ones that ordered the disc brakes from England and installed them. They also added new the following; Electronic Pertronix Ignition System. nbsp;aluminum gas tank. rebuilt the rear end and added new spline hubs. brake pads. hoses. rebuilt two calibers. Stainless Steel Exhaust System. and did overall engine testing and tuning. Paragon Motorcars of Centennial. Colorado did a complete electrical rewiring of the car to avoid some inherent Lucas issues but the color code is still there.
There are so many spare parts that I can't possibly tell you what is there so I took a bunch of pictures. Some of the spare parts and I mean SOME are as follows; 2 original oil filters. 2 regulators. nbsp; starter. 2 oil pans. valve cover. hoses. belts. speed/tachometer cables. tons of electrical parts. tons of gaskets. nbsp;two rear glass light covers. two rear brake covers. here is a spare engine from a BJ-8 that will fit this car and it has its own stand that goes with it. The original bumpers are there but I went without them. The holes were covered in metal but can be cut out to add the bumpers if that is the look that you want.
The engine is very strong and I did not re-build it when I did the car 8 years ago. It is still very strong with the miles at 70050. This car has the looks. the appeal and drive ability with the period disc brakes along with a really nice color combination.
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