The classic exotic 1966 Austin Healey 3000 MKIII Convertible Roadster. Donald Healey designed a two-seater sports car and called it the One Hundred Healey then displayed the 100 at the Earls Court Motor show in October 1952 priced a £850.00, but that price was later reduced to £750.00. The One Hundred Healey convertible received much rave reviews at the Earls Court Motor Show.
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Owning a car such as the 1966 Austin Healey 3000 Two-Tone MKIII Convertible can be an expensive business these days finding accessories parts for this type of make car in addition to the rising cost of petrol, even if the owner of the Austin Healey 3000 MKIII sports car is a staunched member of an Austin Healey sports car club. The last thing on his mind is the need of added expense replacing worn out parts. Most people rely on their local automobile accessory store to find the parts or even ordering the parts from the automobile accessory store, and then fitting the parts to their car. Often times the cheapest way, is to source your own parts from an automobile salvage yard, who specialise in salvaging auto parts of automobiles. These parts are then sold to anyone who wants to buy them at a much lower price than the price of what a new part would cost.
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