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1956 Austin Healey 100 BN2 with LeMans Kit for sale, new video drive!
Great 1960 Iris Blue Bugeye Sprite fully restored and for sale!
Super cool 1965 Morgan Plus 4 for sale
2018 Mini Cooper S JCW for sale, in Mint condition with just 7000 miles
Fantastic restored 1960 Austin Healey Bugeye Super Sprite for sale
Striking 1955 TR2 for sale
Custom Works Tribute! 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MK3 BJ8 for sale
Restored Primrose 1960 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite!
Right Hand Driver 1960 Bugeye Sprite for sale

Great 1960 Iris Blue Bugeye Sprite fully restored and for sale!

“Morrie” is for sale again! Why? Because Jason (below) flew up from Alabama today and fell in love with “Robin” (also below) and decided to take the red car home instead. Congratulations Jason!!! This Jason’s second Bugeye, which he will enjoy with his wife and 13 year-old son.

I drove Morrie to get lunch today and admired the slick matching blue tonneau cover in the picture below. Jason and I drove Morrie a fair bit today, and we agreed the car performed and drove beautifully. In the end though, Jason chose red over blue, so Morrie is once again available.

This is AN5L 36845 “Morrie.” We have owned this car before and it has received a ton of work and new parts. It is an excellent driver, restored and quite sharp. Check out the video below!

It’s a very stock car, with a 948 CC power plant and drum brakes all around. The interior is quite nice, with new foam and great seat covers. Carpet and panels are also nearly new.

The tires are nearly new as is everything else. This car has been the subject of a comprehensive restoration about ten years ago. Fewer than 1000 miles have been driven since. This is a great Bugeye for anyone looking to tool around the neighborhood in a mostly stock Sprite, with a big smile on their face!

Three point inertia seat belts and a great blue tonneau are nice upgrades! Also included are top and window storage bags. The top is good and the windows are nearly new.

This is a very clean restored car and ready to enjoy this summer!

Fantastic restored 1960 Austin Healey Bugeye Super Sprite for sale

Next to Gumby (my personal green car), this is everyone’s favorite Bugeye here are at the shop. Low. Clean. Sleek. (These are the words people have used when they walk through our doors.) The car is a great balance of pure Bugeye fun with slightly more aggressive styling. NEW! Black tonneau with contrasting white stitching to match the interior…

In particular, we dressed up the interior with our hardura mat set, white constrasting stitching on the dashboard and cockpit trim rail and a sleek chopped down windscreen. The car has our mean twin- tipped muffler and a Ford Five speed transmission mated to a newly rebuilt 1275 engine. Disk are mounted brakes up front and just about everything is new on this car.

This build is perfect for anyone who loves the stock Bugeye but wants it amped-up a bit. The car has a nice lopey idle and a strong perfomance exhaust note once you hit the pedal. It’s a fantastic wind-in your hair machine with the chopped windshield.

Flatter is better.

We are lucky to specialize on Bugeyes… this is a car that has a strong custom car customer base as well as a strong stock car loving crowd. The former community generally wants more power and disk brakes along with a fully synchronized five speed transmission… so for that customer, this car is hard to pass-up.

Ready for lift-off!

This is a limited edition and very special car, packed with custom features. If you want your own super sprite like this one, please give a call and we will ship Bix to your door!

Restored Primrose 1960 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite!

NEW! A new black top is now fit to the car (see photo album).

Meet “Yellow”, a 1960 Sprite (AN5L 36149) that was completely restored about ten years ago. The car was built to look completely stock, right down to the bias-ply wide white wall tires. I also like the vintage Lucas headlights.

42,986 miles show on the clock. New footwell floor pans were installed during the restoration. The body is quite solid. The paint still looks great. Interior is great too!

This is a great car for anyone who wants a mostly stock Bugeye, fit with the original 948 engine and transmission. Front disk brakes were added during the restoration and this is a nice upgrade. A period ammeter also adorns the dashboard.

New top, fit to car!

The fuel pump was upgraded to an electric unit. The car is also fit with a period exhaust header. Otherwise, the car is completely stock, with the original 948 engine and stock carburetors. We just changed the clutch kit, which had been slipping.

We just fit a new top to the car. A nice tonneau is also present (as shown in the photos), along with original side curtains that need restoration. Original jack is included, along with a good original spare. The boot looks nice with the correct factory inner fiber board panels.

She’s a joy to drive, clean and shiny, and a very solid car. Please send an email or call if you would like to own this car!

Right Hand Driver 1960 Bugeye Sprite for sale

If I could only have one British Sports car, this one would be at the top of my list. It’s inexpensive, fun to drive, nice (but not too nice) and will be the only one at just about every car show this summer (only RHD Bugeye, that is).

This is “Righty,” AN5 48822, a home market bugeye purchased from an air force veteran in England and imported years ago, perhaps in 1985 by a prior owner who had the car from 1985 through 2011 in Minnesota. In 2011, the car went to Alabama, where it rested until 2019 when we brought it here. Car #49201 was the last Bugeye, BTW.

The Notice the lack of an “L” in the vin number, which designates a home market original RHD car.

We recently refreshed the mechanicals to put this great car back on the road. We have rebuilt all the hydraulics-new slave, master and rear wheel cylinders- and also the original carburetors-the correct H1 carbs are working great and the engine runs strong. By the way, this appears to be a factory gold seal rebuilt 948 engine, a nice novelty.

Front disk brakes are present, a nice upgrade, as are new tires from 2011, with less than 25 miles. 12,205 miles are showing on the odometer. The back of the cockpit has been enlarged slightly, a modification we have seen on several cars through the years. While non-stock, it seems popular since some folks seem to like the larger cockpit and better access to a parcel shelf. This rear deck modification accomplishes that goal.

The wood interior kit is also an unusual modification. We’ve heard more than once that this sort of wood trim kit was a factory option, but this was never the case. An industrious woodworker took on this cockpit and there is something quite charming about it from my perspective, as it speaks to the way these cars were inexpensive and accessible. People have been modifying their Sprites for eons, why should this one be any different?

Gold seal factory rebuilt 948 engine plaque. Runs strong!

Underneath the wood trim you can clearly see the original RHD Bugeye foundation, which is a lot of fun. For example, of the perhaps 100 master cylinders we have changed over the years, RHD masters are shrouded by the heater blower, which, while easy to remove, changes the nature of this particular job, and reminds us where these cars were built (should we ever forget).

This car runs and drives great. RHD turns up the smile factor that much more, and I appreciate a chance to be ambidextrous with my gear shifting. I think you will too.

Every British car should come with a soap dish in the cockpit! (actually an ashtray… mind the carpet underneath!)

The underside is solid on this car. The passenger side rocker panel is a bit rumpled. The story that came with the car is that the rocker was replaced by a prior owner and damaged in shipping but still installed anyway because the eventual repaint prep would smooth it out anyway. I can find no crash damage.

A two-piece top bow is included and this fits snugly in the boot. The original tonneau could be restored, but I would suggest a new one.

I would not repaint this car. It looks just fine as is. If you want a fresh paint job, we have other Bugeyes that provide a higher level of finish, albeit for a higher price.

I hope you will give this car a serious look and if you want to talk about making “Righty” your own, we look forward to the opportunity to ship it to your door!

Contact us at David@bugeyeguy.com or call (203)-208-0980 during business hours