1967 Austin Healey 3000 Mark III
Produced from 1959 to late 1967, the 3000 was one of several two-door soft-top roadsters offered to the American public by Austin-Healey. The 3000 was also the third in a line of Austin-Healey models commonly referred to as the “big Healey” models.
The last variant of the Austin-Healey 3000 was the Mark III, introduced in 1963. With a new center console, walnut-veneer dash, toggle switches, and optional leather seating, the Mark III proved to be the most luxurious of the 3000 line. It was also the most powerful, now producing 150 horsepower with upgraded carburetors and a new dual exhaust system.
Austin-Healey produced 17,712 examples of the Mark III, by far the most popular variant.