1956 AUSTIN HEALEY 100 (BN2)

aud $220,000.00

1956 AUSTIN HEALEY 100 (BN2)

LMCT 7819

(To Be Sold with a Vic RWC, Excluding Government Charges)


Introduced in August 1955, and Built for 12 Months, Only 3924 BN2’s were Built, Representing Just 26.85% of Austin Healey 100 Production. The BN2 was Upgraded with Austin’s New 4 Speed Gearbox, More Efficient Front Drum Brakes and Benefited from All the Production Upgrades Made Throughout the BN1’s Production, Including, but Not Limited To the Hypoid Differential with 5 Stud Rear Axles, that was Strong Enough to be Retained for the Entire Remaining Austin Healey Line Up.

Built on the 19th of April 1956, this BN2 was in the Final Couple of Batches Built, Featuring All of the Production Line Upgrades and Modifications Possible. Further to all of the Factory Improvements this BN2 was Completely Stripped and Rebuilt Past 100/M Specification, Driving Away in March 2013.

Having Travelled Just 1,586 miles Since it was Rebuilt this Healey 100 is Finished in by far the Market’s Favourite Colour Scheme of Healey Blue with Dark Blue Trim, Complemented by 72 Spoke Chrome Wire Wheels and Excellent Bright-Work this BN2 is Stunning to say the least!

Mechanically the BN2 is now Fitted with a Full 100/M Spec ‘Le-Mans Kit’, as well as an Alloy Head, HPC Coated Extractors, Electronic Ignition, An Alternator, Hi-Torque Starter Motor, Aluminium Radiator, Power Assisted Four Wheel Vented Disc Brakes, Koni Telescopic Shock Absorbers Front & Rear, as well as a Collapsible Steering Column.

Having Never Left Melbourne, this Rare, Desirable and well Uprated BN2 has Known History From New, Excluding the Period from 1960 – 1965, with it’s Original Registration of GNH555 to accompany the Healey.

Priced without Reg, Talk to us about Reg, Club or Other Plate Options.


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