The early 1960s could quite possibly be considered the dawn of performance roadsters. Of course, hardcore racers had always whipped fire-breathing drop-tops around various tracks. But the majority of America's '50s convertibles were big, luxurious, cushy and way too civilized to take serious turns. That's why cars like this spry Austin-Healy 3000 gradually redefined how the domestic market interpreted open-air motoring. Small, tossable and extremely fun right out of the box, this fully documented Mark I is a virtually spotless classic that, over the course of two years, was fully stripped and rotisserie restored by premier marque specialists Fourintune Garage. One of only 1,691 BN7 roadsters produced, the car is innately exclusive. And, if you're looking for a first-class Austin that's also a blast to drive, it's the 'big Healey' of your dreams!
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