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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1955
Numbers built:50 + 5 Prototypes
Price new:£1,250
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:May 18, 2015
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Chassis AHS 3505 Completed early in February of 1955, this is one of seven 100S Austin Healeys shipped to the United States for the Sebring 12 Hours. It was raced by Fred F. Allen and Gus Ehrman until an oil pipe failure ended the charge on lap 47. The subsequent owner, Travers McKenna, woul>>>

Chassis AHS 3603 Finished in white with blue flanks, this second series Austin Healey 100S was sold new to the United States. It was acquired by gentleman racer Karl Koppin. Between 1955 and 1958, he campaigned the car in local and regional SCCA events with a third as his best result. In mor>>>

Chassis AHS 3607 This Austin Healey 100S was delivered on March 23rd, 1955 to British Motor Car Distributors in San Francisco. In the following years, the car was campaigned at various tracks throughout the United States, including at Lime Rock Park. Still in highly original condition, it wa>>>

Chassis AHS 3610 Like many of the 100S Austin Healeys, this example was sold new to the United States. In 1966, it was discovered by the current owner, a 17-year old high school student at the time, on a Colorado Saab dealer's used car lot. At that time, it was fitted with a Corvette V8 engi>>>

Chassis AHS 3702 The second car of the third series, this Austin Healey 100S was sold new to gentleman racer John Dalton. It was campaigned in period in 49 races all over the British isles, claiming 30 podium finishes and 14 outright victories. Dalton raced the car between 1955 and 1958, and>>>

Chassis AHS 3704 Like most of the 100S Austin Healeys built, this example was painted white with blue flanks. It was sold to its first owner through distributor Mintex UK. Among the subsequent owners was Dick Protheroe. During the last few years, the current, British owner has campaigned the>>>

Chassis AHS 3707 Completed in April of 1955, this is one of six sold to the United States through Gough Industries in Los Angeles. While the earliest owner is not known, chassis AHS 3707 has a continuous ownership since 1959. In the early 1960s, it was owned and raced by Bob Schilling in loc>>>

Chassis AHS 3805 Originally finished in white with blue flanks, this Austin Healey 100S was sold new to Canadian privateer racer Hugh Sutherland. He first raced the car, repainted green, during the Bahamas Speed Week late in 1956. He would return to the Bahamas several more times for the tra>>>

Chassis AHS 3810 The final 100S produced of the fourth and penultimate batch, this chassis was finished in the most common colours of white with blue flanks. Its original owner was a British privateer racer Raymond Flower. Shortly after taking delivery, he entered the car in the Tourist Trop>>>

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