Healey 1952

Tickford
Abbott
G-type 3-Litre
Nash-Healey budowany dla Nash na rynek USA – nowy model
Healey 100 – London  


Healey Tickford


Healey Tickford


Healey Abbott Drophead Coupé is a two-door soft-top version of the Tickford Saloon. From approximately November 1951 onwards it is built on an F-type chassis.

Na wystawie Earls Court w Londynie, zaprezentowano model Healey 100 na podzespołach Austina A90 Atlantic. Healey Motor Co. został przyjęty do BMC, a samochód ten będzie sprzedawany jako Austin Healey.
From 1952 Nash Healey, re-styled Pininfarina bodies and 140 bhp 4138cc engines.



Healey 3-Litre Sports Convertible (Series G) with Alvis engine and gearbox have similar body styling to the earlier Nash-Healey Sports Roadster which was made for and sold on the export market during 1950-52. Popularly known as the Alvis-Healey, it has a two/three-seater Healey-built body with full weather equipment. The 2993-cc power unit develops 106 bhp at 4200 rpm. Only 25 were built.


100 at Earls Court.

 



Entries:  
   
24h Le Mans 14.06.1952 Entrant: Results:
gen. class perf.ind.
#10 Nash-Healey Johnson / Wisdom Johnson 3rd 1st - 3001-5000 7th
#11 Nash-Healey Veyron / Giraud-Cabantous ret. - -
Victories:
3rd 24h Le Mans #10 Nash-Healey Johnson / Wisdom
2nd Rudge Withworth Cup #10 Nash-Healey Johnson / Wisdom


3rd at Le Mans: Nash-Healey (Leslie Johnson / Tommy Wisdom).