Selling a 1963 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ7?
The 1963 3000 BJ7, part of the Mark II generation of the “Big Healey” models, would first debut in January 1962 as a popular 2+2 model. While relatively similar to the BT7 Mark II 2+2 model that it replaced, the BJ7 would have only two carburetors. The previous BT7 model had featured three, yet Austin-Healey had trouble balancing the three and would move back to two with the release of the BJ7. The 1963 BJ7 did have some external changes, however, that make it quickly distinguishable from its predecessor. Wind-up windows rather than side curtains, a front grille with vertical bars, a wrap-around windscreen and an improved hood are just a few of the telltale signs. If you’re thinking about selling a 1963 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ7 – whether in pristine condition or in need of a complete restoration – the Alex Manos team would be delighted to learn more about your classic and to discuss your sales options with you. They understand the stress and worry that can come from navigating the classic car market, and will work with you to ensure your sale is as smooth and successful as possible.
1963 3000 BJ7 Seller Questions? Let’s Talk!
I’m a Serious Buyer of classic Austin Healey! Because the majority of the inner body, bulkheads and floorboards are welded to the 1963 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ7’s chassis, a fully “body-off” restoration can be quite costly and difficult for those looking to restore a classic Austin-Healey. For this and other reasons, today’s buyers are looking for the best condition example they can find within their budget. As a seller, it is always in your best interest to market your Austin-Healey as honestly as possible, giving potential buyers access to photographs and historical documents, while allowing serious buyers to fully inspect the classic with a third-party vendor. Not only will this give the buyer confidence in your classic Austin-Healey, it can give them the motivation they need to go ahead with the purchase. Similarly, it is always a great idea to provide buyers with the engine and chassis numbers, which will allow them to verify the authenticity and originality of your particular model. These are just a few of the many Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team has learned over their years of experience in the classic Austin-Healey market. To learn more or to discuss your sale, do not hesitate to contact them today.
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The Alex Manos team is always looking for 1963 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ7 models of all conditions and locations to add to their Los Angeles classic car dealership’s showroom. If you’re looking to sell, be sure to connect with their team today to discuss the value of your car and to see if it is something their team would like to purchase. If so, you can count on a top dollar offer in cash. To learn more, contact their team today! They look forward to hearing from you soon.