The Austin-Healey lineup: features and equipment packages


The Austin-Healey is a British sports car that was produced from 1952 to 1972. It was originally designed and manufactured by Donald Healey Motor Company in Warwick, England, and then sold to the Austin Motor Company. The first model, the Austin-Healey 100, had a four-cylinder engine and two seats. In 1956, a more powerful six-cylinder engine was introduced, and in 1961 a two-seater convertible version was released.

The Austin-Healey was a popular choice for racing and rallying, and won several championships during its production run. It also caught the attention of celebrities such as Steve McQueen and James Dean, who were both known to own one.

The Austin-Healey was known for its sharp handling, comfortable ride and powerful performance. It had a top speed of over 120 mph (193 km/h) and could reach 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in just 10 seconds. Its engines ranged from 2.3 liters to 4 liters in size and produced up to 150 horsepower.

The Austin-Healey was well equipped with features such as a hood scoop, chrome bumpers, roll bar, front disc brakes and adjustable suspension. It also had an array of options including hardtop roofs, tonneau covers and wire wheels. Read more

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