The 1962 Austin Healey 3000 Mark II Tri Carb is an excellent example of Donald and Geoffrey Healey’s genius. The Healey father and son team perfected their car designs both in the late fifties and on into the sixties competing in the Mille Miglia, 24 hours at Le Mans, and Sebring races, and are well known in automotive circles. Built by British Motor Corporation, this rare car is one of only 5095 BT7 2+2s built. The Tri-Carb arrangement was only available for one year and was for competition purposes due to racing regulations that required the racing version of these cars to have the same number of carburetors as the production vehicles. This particular 1962 Austin Healey 3000 Mark II Tri-Carb was a southern car and has rust free original panels, 50,143 original miles, has been professionally repainted, with a rebuilt transmission and overdrive. It is immaculate both inside and out. The 2912cc engine with three SU HS4 carburetors puts out 132 HP @ 4750 RPM. Extra charge options include two-tone paint, wire wheels, heater, and overdrive. This 3000 Mark II comes with weather protection side screens, a new convertible top, and a full tonneau cover.