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1953 Austin-Healey 100/4 [BN1]

1953 Austin-Healey 100/4 [BN1] in Monsieur, Movie, 1964 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: UK

1953 Austin-Healey 100/4 [BN1]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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imcdb FR

2005-10-10 10:24

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C'est difficile a dire sans la vue avant, dont le modèle dépend (entre la 3000 et la Mk II, grosse différence de calandre)

Alexander DE

2005-10-25 22:25

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Austin Healey 3000 Mk.I (1959-61) or Mk.II (1961-62).

832Spain ES

2007-05-26 19:16

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All six cylinder Austin Healeys have outside door handles. This is a 100/4 BN1

-- Last edit: 2007-06-09 23:27:12

832Spain ES

2007-07-16 13:46

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Hello Hello, anyone there? I agree wholeheartedly with the opinion expressed in the last post

Bebert FR

2007-07-16 15:05

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OK I agree with you. Let's go for 100/4. Btw what does BN1 mean? Chassis-code?..

Sunbar UK

2007-07-16 15:11

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True, I believe. For all Austin Healey 3000 (MkI onwards) external handles were used

Sunbar UK

2007-07-16 15:17

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Bebert wrote OK I agree with you. Let's go for 100/4. Btw what does BN1 mean? Chassis-code?..


Factory Designations for "Big Healey" Models

BN1 100/4 1952-55 2 seater, 3 speed o/drive gearbox

BN2 100/4 1959-56 2 seater, 4 speed o/drive gearbox

AHS 100M 1954-56 2 seater

BN4 100/6 1956-1959, 2+2 seating

BN6 100/6 1958-1959, 2 seater

BN7 3000 Mk I 1959-61 & Mk II 1961-62, 2 seater

BT7 3000 Mk I 1959-61 & Mk II 1961-62, 2+2 seating

BJ7 3000 Mk II 1962-63, 2+2 seating

BJ8 Phase 1 3000 Mk III 1964, 2+2 seating

BJ8 Phase 2 3000 Mk III 1964-68, 2+2 seating

from http://www.gbclassiccars.co.uk/austin_healey_100.html

So yes, 'chassis code' I think


-- Last edit: 2007-07-16 15:18:12

Bebert FR

2007-07-16 20:01

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Thanks! ;)

Alexander DE

2007-07-18 22:52

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832Spain wrote Hello Hello, anyone there? ...

Thanks for pointing it out, again!
I missed that detail!

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