This is a JENSEN-HEALEY not an Austin Healey *This site did not offer a listing for a Jensen-Healey. The Jensen-Healey was designed in a joint venture by Donald Healey his son Geoffery William Towns and Jensen Motors. It was hoped that Healey could help to contribute the sense of style that made the Austin-Healey a hit. The unitary body understructure was designed by Barry Bilbie who had been responsible for the Austin-Healey 100 100-6 and 3000 as well as the Sprite. It was designed to be cheap to repair with bolt-on panels to reduce insurance premiums. This Jensen-Healey model is equipped with the then-new 1973 cc Lotus 907 engine a two litre dual overhead cam 16 valve all-alloy powerplant. This multi valve engine was the first to be used in a mass produced car. This setup puts out approximately 144 bhp (107 kW) topping out at 119 mph (192 km/h) and accelerating from zero to 60 mph in 8.1 seconds. This vehicle was only produced from 1972 to 1976 and only around 10 000 were manufactured. This is a great example of a limited production vehicle that has been kept in good shape...and runs great! Come in and check it out. Looks runs great. Low mileage. Must see. No accidents. Runs drives great. Well maintained. Newer tires
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