Seller's notes: "FRAME-OFF RESTORATION Tri-Carb 1962 Austin Healey 3000 Mark II 4 speed with OD, wire wheels and factory hardtop. I am helping the owner market this car. He is a friend who does not have a computer and who lives a block away. I will gain nothing financially from this transaction. I am merely a conduit. Actual mileage is unknown. 2 miles show on refurbished odometer. Virginia title." Sale type: Fixed price listing
METICULOUS RESTORATION Tri-Carb 1962 Austin Healey 3000 Mark II with factory hardtop VIN 62HBT7L17132 Frame-off restoration by renowned metal artist and tinsmith. Willy Ferguson of Staunton. VA. A brake servo (a permissible option of the period)was added to modernize the braking. Additional insulation was sandwiched under the driver's floor to minimize exhaust heat. The car has a center shift four speed transmission with Laycock de Normanville overdrive. New 60-spoke painted wire wheels and new Michelin XZX 165 SR 15 radial tires. All of the Smiths instruments were rebuilt by Nisonger Instruments of Mamaroneck. New York. the exclusive Smiths U. S. warranty and service center since 1949. The triple SU carburetors were professionally rebuilt. K&N air filters with ¾ inch velocity stacks are fitted. The engine was rebuilt by Roger DeVenny's Automotive of Staunton. VA. which builds many racing engines. and tuned by Willi Vogel of German Master Works in Staunton. VA. The interior leather (not a kit) was done by a local upholstery shop. The car was originally delivered to San Francisco. CA. in early 1962. as documented by BMC 1962 metal tag on firewall and by the Heritage Certificate which goes with the car. Car is sold "AS-IS. WHERE-IS". Actual mileage is unknown. 2 miles show on refurbished odometer. Loading and shipping are purchaser's expense and responsibility. No representations or warranties of any kind. express or implied. It is the purchaser's responsibility to inspect either personally or via his representative prior to sale. not after the end of the auction. The car becomes the responsibility of and shall be and remain at the risk of the purchaser immediately upon the end of the auction. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to insure the car immediately upon end of the auction. The car must be picked up within two weeks unless other arrangements are agreed to by seller prior to the placing of the initial bid. After two weeks. storage fee is $25 per day. All costs. insurance. responsibility. and risk of injury or loss pertaining to storage. removal. and shipping shall be borne by the purchaser. I am helping the owner sell this car. He is a friend without a computer. He lives a block from me. I stand to gain nothing financially from this transaction. He did buy this car from me in February of 2011. prior to beginning its restoration. I was paid in full when he purchased the car. I can act as a conduit to the owner who can answer your questions via telephone.
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