Austin Healey
Sprite Mark I

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Heiko Ott
Heiko  Ott Phone : +49 (0) 7731 99 55 66
Offer 87971
Status in Inventory
Type of Car Classic Car
Exterior color rot
Interior color red
Type of interior Leather
Mileage (Kilometers) 3,650 km
First registration Mar 25, 1960
Previous owners 3
Type of drive Rear wheel drive
Transmission manual
Net/Export -
Sales Tax (19%) no VAT reclaimable § 25a UStG
Total price 39,900 €
This Austin-Healey Sprite -Frogeye -was restored in 2008. History: The Austin-Healey Sprite Roadster is a British car maker Austin-Healey. The Sprite was introduced in 1958 by the British Motor Corporation and built four model series by 1971. During this period 129 347 cars. The design was by Donald Mitchell Healey. Many components have been adopted by other models. The engine came from the built 1951-1990 A series of BMC. This served to reduce costs, the cost when it was released Sprite £ 669 The series marks I had because of the arrangement of the spotlight in Europe, the nickname -Frogeye-(-frog eye -), in the U.S. -Bugeye-. Engine and transmission came from the Austin A35, steering and brakes from the Morris Minor. With a displacement of 948 cc 44 hp engine provided. In a test of the year 1958 the car reached a top speed of 133.4 km / h.
Cylinders 4
Capacity 948 cm³
Engine power 43 hp
Engine power Kilowatt 32 kW
Top speed 130 km/h
Curb weight 650 kg
Fuel Benzin
Type of fuel Super