The year was 1956, and in late September, Austin Healey announced the two seat roadster called 100-6. Sold in two forms, the BN4 was a true 2+2 and produced until 1959. This nearly perfect example of the 1958 Austin Healey BN4 100-6 comes with the the more powerful 117 bhp BMC C-Series Engine, using a revised manifold and cylinder head. Tested by Motor Magazine in 1959, the top speed was recorded at 103 miles per hour. Colored in a two-toned Austin Tartan Red with Ebony Black and a Black Vinyl Interior, make this Austin Healey hold true to its period correct vintage look. Complete with a 4 speed manual and overdrive option, Smiths Gauges, Wire Wheels and Cooper Tires, round out this stunning UK style roadster. This iconic roadster is not only a load of fun, but an incredible running and driving example of classic British motoring. Powered by an Inline 6 cylinder and 4 speed transmission, this stunning Austin Healey is loads of smiles per gallon.