1959→1961 Austin-Healey 3000 MKI BN7
In an attempt to rebrand the Austin Healey, it was renamed the 3000 that represented the car's 3-liter engine.
This model was replaced outright with the 3000 MKII which featured three SU HS4 carburetors.
Auction Sales History
1960 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 H-BN7-L/10830 - sold for $81,400
Photo-Documented Restoration by Healey Expert Completed in 2014. Documented with BMHT Certifcate. Refnished in Original Color Scheme. First in Class at the Healey Rendezvous 2014. Accompanied by Fitted Top, Side Curtains, and Manuals.
Auction Source: The 2015 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company
1959 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 H-BN7-L/1315 - sold for $88,000
Rare two-seat model. Matching numbers, in classic Healey Blue and Ivory duotone paint, as original. Frame-off restoration, with 500 miles since. British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate.
Auction Source: Amelia Island 2014 by RM Auctions
1960 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 HBN7L894 - sold for $70,400
Recently Awarded Best in Class and Best Healey. 4,000 Miles Since 2011 Frame‐Off Restoration. Stunning Finish in Black with Chrome Wire Wheels. Rare Two‐Seater Roadster, One of 2,825 Built. Essentially Untouched in Storage for Almost 35 Years. Extremely rare 2-seat removable hardtop.
Auction Source: The 2013 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company
1960 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 Vintage Racing Car - sold for €41,568
Originally registered 57 FAC, this standard-production 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 BN7 has factory-ordered modifications by DMH under Geoff Healey with 'Sebring' performance upgrades and a state-of-the-art Ruddspeed triple-carburettor intake manifold, which is believed to be the only known such unit in existence. Among the numerous mechanical upgrades, a magneto replaced the standard distributor. Destined for Canada in early 1960, it was re-skin... read more
Auction Source: 2011 Salon Privé Auction by RM