Austin-Healey 1953-68 - 2018 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Austin-Healey 1953-68

Austin-Healey 1953-68 - 2018 Market Review

This year the Austin-Healey Sprite turns 60 and the ‘big’ Healey reaches 65. Both models continue to thrive with a devoted network of clubs and parts suppliers ensuring that any car able to be saved should survive for decades to come.

A Mark 1 Sprite in average condition will cost around $20,000, with Mark 2, 3 &-3As at half that price. The big money starts to flow when considering a show-standard 100/4 or 3000 model. Both can exceed $120,000 and are unlikely to get cheaper.

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A 100/4 in ‘M’ spec can reach $200,000. 100/6 models are less costly but still deliver the classic Healey shape and enough performance to make them a useful weekend cruiser and Club event car.

Sprite Mark1 $28,050 [5]

Sprite Mark2/3/3A $10,865 [6]

100/4 $88,150 [6]

100/6 $65,665 [6]

3000 $99,300 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.


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