Austin Healey 1960





  R6 cyl.
2912 cc
132 bhp
3000 (BN7/BT7) roadster  


Austin-Healey 3000, introduced in March 1959, is continued with minor modifications. Available in two-seater (BN7) or two/four-seater (BT7) form, this powerful sports car is similar in appearance to the 100 Six, which was in production between 1956 and 1959.




R4 cyl.
948 cc
43 bhp







2nd Coupe des Alpes   3000 Moss/Wisdom
1st Liége-Rome-Liége #76 3000 Moss/Wisdom
3rd Liége-Rome-Liége #69 Sprite Sprinzel/Patten
2nd RAC Rally Sprite Sprinzel / Bensted-Smith
3rd RAC Rally 3000 Morley / Morley


  24h Le Mans 26.06.1960 Entrant: Results: index
# gen. class perf. eff.
23 3000 2.910 cc Sears/Riley Sears / BMC ret. - - -
46 Sprite 996 cc Dalton/Colgate Donald Healey 16th 1st - sport 1.0 11th 5th
Liège-Rome-Liége 30.08-4.09.1960
42 3000 Gott/Jones 10th
66 3000 Seigle-Morris/Elford 5th
69 Sprite Sprinzel/Patten 3rd
76 3000 Moss/Wisdom 1st
3000 Riley/Ambrose dnf

Liege-Rome-Liege winner the Austin-Healey 3000 at Earls Court.

Liege-Rome-Liege rally winners Pat Moss-Carlson and Ann Wisdom-Riley.

Austin-Healey 3000 for the 24h Le Mans race (Jack Sears / Peter Riley)

Sebring Sprite for the 24h Le Mans.
This is the first time for several years that Donald Healey has actually entered a car of his own at Le Mans; now a Sprite equipped with full Sebring modifications is running under his auspices. Engine modifications, close-ratio gearbox, centre-lock wire wheels and disc brakes on the front are all standard extras that can be bought from the speed equipment division of the Donald Healey Motor Company.
(The Autocar '60)