AUB 95E is a late Austin Healey 3000 MKIII, phase 2 BJ8 car first registered in 1967. The MKIII is a popular model as the specification offered more power from larger carburettors, wind up windows, easy up hood yet keeps the classic interior of the early 3000 cars. Finished in Ice Blue and Ivory, the car has been developed for rally and with some re-commissioning could quickly be rally ready at a much lower cost than the cost to build today ( estimated at £140,0000) or could be used a very fast road legal car. This car is prepared as a rally car and has a FIVA Identity card dated 27/08/2004 and a FIA Historic Regularity car pass dated 09/10/2002. This car is well known in Healey rally circles as it was campaigned and developed by Harvey du Cros over a number of years. His expertise shows in the many both functional and thoughtful additions he made to the car. The car has excellent provenance having competed in events including Prix des Alpes, London / Lisbon,Classic Malts, Classic Marathon Rally and the Emerald Isle Club. There is a large history file with the car including many bills, historic race documents and driving notes.