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United KingdomMVG130C

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 June 2019.


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2007-08-21 17:17:22 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '06

Auction info:
Classic Cars, Barons (25th April 2006)
This 1965 MkIII example was re-imported from Florida in 1995 and acquired by the vendor in 1997. It is described as being in, what is believed to be, very original condition, mechanically sound but requiring some TLC if you want a show
Lot Details
Auction Classic Cars
Barons, Sandown Park - Esher Surrey
Type Car
Lot Number 121
Estimate £14000-£16000
Outcome SOLD
Hammer Price -
Hammer Price (inc premium) £13400
Year 1965
Condition rating 3
Registration number MVG130C
Mileage -
Chassis number HBJ8L30741
Engine number 29KRVH5163

2019-06-09 12:11:26 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 6/19


Auction description:

Imperial War Museum, Duxford 19/06/2019

Lot 100 of 117: 1966 Austin-Healey 3000 MKIII

Estimate: £40,000 - £45,000

Registration No:MVG130C

Chassis No:HBJ8L30741

MOT:September 2019

This Phase 2 example rolled off the Abingdon production line on January 14th 1965 and was despatched to the dealer in New York two months later. The accompanying Heritage Certificate shows it to have been equipped with wire wheels, overdrive, heater, adjustable steering column and a laminated windscreen, all of which desirable items were still evident when it returned to these shores in 1995, at which point it was converted to righthand drive. Since then the Healey has been equipped with electronic ignition, a side-exhaust system, anti-roll bar, replacement dampers plus more recently a new mohair hood and retrimmed interior. 'MVG 130C' has apparently flown through its last seven MOT tests with no advisories, and is currently considered by the vendor to have 'very good' Red interior trim and 'good' bodywork, White paintwork, six-cylinder engine and four-speed manual gearbox. He is now offering the car complete with the aforementioned Heritage Certificate, sundry invoices and several old MOT certificates, plus one valid into September.

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