Previously Sold Austin's at The Classic Connection


1930 Austin 7 Cambridge Special. Hand built a number of years ago to a high standard on a 1930 Austin 7 chassis and mechanicals and with beautifully proportioned bodywork with hand beaten polished alloy panels and lovely detailing throughout such as starting handle ( also has electric start ), engine turned dash with full complement of gauges and switches etc. There is an accompanying pictorial record of the restoration of this lovely little car and the V5 shows only four owners from new ! The engine is fitted with a Cambridge head for additional power and there is an accompanying brass plaque showing the Cambridge company details. Additionally fitted with a four speed box with remote gear change.Possibly the best looking Austin 7 Special currently available and represents excellent value for money. In all, a really lovely little car.


Austin Healey 3000 Mk2 BJ7 1963 finished in Healey blue with blue leather interior. Matching numbers UK home market car in its original colour. Desirable wind up window model with folding roof, full tonneau cover. Showing 77,000 miles and has been the subject of much restoration work in the last seven years including the following:


Front and rear wings replaced with aluminium ones and front and rear shrouds removed and repaired, all repairs made to doors boot and bonnet, full bare metal repaint in Healey blue.


Front seats re-upholstered in blue with off white piping as original. New full set of Danbury classic carpets with latex sound proofing felt. New boot lining kit including filler tube.


New exhaust system throughout, gearbox rebuild, new clutch and hydraulics. Full engine strip down and rebuild, block re-bored, crank reground, head pressure tested and rebuilt to unleaded, all new engine internals. Rebuilt carburettors, electronic fuel pump, new fuel lines, wiring loom replaced throughout, new hi-torque starter motor, dynamo rebuilt, suspension replaced where necessary, new brakes all around. Radiator re-cored, trunking replaced and heater rebuilt.

This is a very desirable UK Healey in the best colour which has had allot of money spent on it in recent years.


Austin Healey 3000 BJ8 MK3 1964 B registration, lovely colour scheme of blue over white with a blue soft top and blue leather interior, 4 speed with overdrive, 13,000 miles since restoration in 2003 by a Healey specialist with bills and photographs to show. Considering this car was restored fifteen years ago it is still in fantastic condition throughout and it drives perfectly without fault. The history file contains old mot’s, details of the restoration and a Heritage certificate. Very desirable being the last, benefiting from wind up windows and a fitted soft top.


Austin Healey 100/6 rare two seater model, 1958, red with cream, black leather interior piped in cream, this beautiful looking car is an older restoration which remains in first class condition throughout. It has a large history file including a photographic record of the restoration, original owners manual, workshop manual, heritage certificate and lots of bills going back to the 80’s. It has a black soft top and tonneau cover. When we sold this car to its last owner a few years ago we converted the brakes to disc on the front and we fitted Denis Welch steering. Superb to drive and a great investment in this condition and being the two seater. Without doubt the best Healey 100/6 I have driven, the engine was re-bored to 3.0 when it was rebuilt giving great performance.