Films: 1961 Austin-Healey BT7 3000: The Sculpture
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Made To Drive | S15 E12

1961 Austin-Healey BT7 3000: The Sculpture

A quintessential piece of British roadster history, perfectly restored, and still driven often.
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Christian Schamburek
Christian Schamburek

Beautiful car, own one too – this AH 3000, liek mine, has a center gear shift – that means it is an MK2 BT7 – what I am wondering – this model should have a vertical grille, not a horizontal like the MK1 models.

SantaCruzRed
SantaCruzRed

The fact that he thinks to the time of a future owner/driver… inspiring!

Greg Thorne
Greg Thorne

Well done , keeping the spirit alive.

Thomas G Löckner
Thomas G Löckner

fantastic car and nice landscape. Can not remember such a landscape near Munich

2002Red996
2002Red996

Not quite as cool,

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2002Red996
2002Red996

Loved his garage! I bought a Honda Metro for $400 to pretend I have a Vespa !

Winelover
Winelover

It is a German license plate (the H is reserved for historic vehicles = tax advantages) and the M stands for Munich.

sashanice
sashanice

Loved the style of the video and the driver. The driver as always is a character!

Robert in LA
Robert in LA

I was thinking ‘where are we’. But the M on the license plate is for Malta. Lovely car. Interesting owner. Amazing tunnels.