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How much is a Jensen-healey worth?

How much is a Jensen-healey worth?

Your money buys less and less these days in terms of Austin-Healeys, MGAs and TR6s, but the Jensen-Healey is still somewhat reasonably priced at an average value of $6,400. Hagerty’s full price rundown puts a fair condition car at $3,100, while a concours car is worth roughly $22,600.

What is the value of a 1974 Jensen-Healey?

Model years for Jensen -Healey

Vehicle Price
1974 Jensen-Healey MK II 5-Speed Bring A Trailer Auction $16,000 SOLD
1974 Jensen-Healey MK II Bring A Trailer Auction $8,500 HIGH BID
1974 Jensen-Healey JH5 Bring A Trailer Auction $7,500 SOLD
1974 Jensen-Healey MKII Project Bring A Trailer Auction $5,003 SOLD

How many Jensen Healeys were made?

10,000 Jensen-Healeys
Despite their relative obscurity nowadays, over 10,000 Jensen-Healeys were produced globally, although only 2020 of these found homes in the UK. The majority went to the US, so your search can extend over the pond – but plenty have been brought back in the last few decades.

How much is a Jensen car?

1966–76 Jensen Interceptors are a realistic alternative to an Aston Martin Volante V8. But auction prices have languished in the $25,000–$50,000 range.

What engine was in the Jensen Healey?

1973cc Lotus Type 907
The Jensen Healey uses a 1973cc Lotus Type 907, dual overhead cam, 16 valve, all-alloy powerplant. This multi-valve engine has a claim to be the first to be used in a “mass produced” car. It provides approximately 144 bhp (107 kW), topping out at 119 mph (192 km/h) and accelerating from zero to 60 mph in 8.3 seconds.

How much is an Austin-Healey worth today?

3000 MK 1 1959-61 $18,000
3000 MK 2 1961-64 $18,000
3000 MK 3 1964-67 $21,500

What is the value of a Sunbeam Tiger?

This stunningly restored Sunbeam Tiger was built, according to its chassis number, in the early stages of the Mark I’s production….Detailing.

Vehicle: 1965 Sunbeam Tiger Mk I
Number Produced: 6,498 (plus 536 Mk II cars)
Original List Price: $3,425
SCM Valuation: $70,000
Tune Up Cost: $300

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