Austin-Healey 100, 100-6, 3000 Restoration Guide

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MBI Pub., 2000 - Transportation - 192 pages
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Among the Austin-Healeys exported to the U.S., the 100 and 3000 Series built from 1953 through 1968 were the fastest and most glamorous. Today, a healthy aftermarket serves enthusiasts who can find a ready supply of project cars in the $5,000 to $10,000 range. But an authentic Austin-Healey restoration project can be a truly daunting task, given the high number of mid-year changes to the cars and a lack of readily available resources. This illustrated guide for "Big Healey" restores outlines accurate information on all the parts and accessories needed to conduct a complete factory-original restoration. Charts, illustrations, photographs, and a text written by two of the country's top authorities on the marque guide readers through the authentic restoration of every part, system, and component. Gary Anderson is the publisher and editor of British Car magazine, past-president of Austin-Healey Club USA, and chairman and co-founder of the Austin-Healey Concours Registry. He lives in Los Altos, California. Roger Moment is chairman of the Austin-Healey Concours Registry standards committee and has restored more than 30 Austin-Healeys. He lives in Boulder, Colorado.

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