Austin Healey 1957

Great Britain

100 Six (BN4/BN6) roadster 


100 Six

 

Austin-Healey 100 Six (Model BN4) Sports Tourer is a new model, introduced in August 1956 and powered by a 2639-cc six-cylinder twin-carburettor engine which develop 102 bhp at 4600 rpm. The revised-longer-body feature occasional rear seats for children, resulting in rather less luggage space, a wide mesh radiator grille, bonnet top air vent, a fixed windscreen and a semi-rigid tonneau cover, designed to protect the rear seats when not in use. The four-cylinder 100 model was end of prod. in late 1956.



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F.I.A. World Sports Car Championship entries: 
 
12 Hours Sebring 23.03.1957 (round 2) Results:
#   chassis #   Entrant: gen. class
23 100 S Special AHS 3804 Stiles / Bentley Hambro fail. GT3.5 -    
24 100 S Special   Jackson-Moore / Forbes-Robinson Hambro fail. GT3.5 -    
25 100 S Special   Gietner / Cuomo Hambro 26th GT3.5 2nd    
 


Two Austin-Healeys 100 S Special, engine: BMC A90 L4 2680 cc entered by Hambro Automotive at Sebring 12 Hours: #23: chassis #AHS 3804, (Phil Stiles / John Bentley); #25: (Gilbert Gietner / Ray Cuomo).