The Deadliest Race Car in History Had Looks That Could Kill, Too
Let's hope this one handles better than the original
At the 1955 edition of Le Mans,
But it is modeled after it.
Manufactured in February of 1956 and one of only 640 factory-built Healey 100 Ms ever made, the roadster is built to the specifications of the 100s that were first raced successfully — and safely — at Le Mans in 1953. Featuring its original body-numbered factory panels and parts, this rare 100M BN2 has been carefully restored and repainted in a classic two-tone Healey blue-over-
Expected to fetch up to $200,000, the Austin-Healey won’t be close to being the priciest car to sell in the desert, but, given its macabre affiliations, it may be the most likely to end up haunted.
It sure is nice to look at, though:
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