Austin Healey Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Austin-Healey 100

Perhaps the most legendary of the Austin-Healeys, the big 100-4s and 100-6s were the quintessential British sports cars of the mid-50s. These exquisite and highly detailed illustrations are based on Gerry Coker’s original line drawing,  beautifully rendered and printed on museum quality, acid-free, giclee paper. The ultimate gift for the Healey lover. The Sports Car Art Austin Healey BN2 limited edition […]

Austin-Healey 100 Coupe

No, you’re not seeing things. That’s actually one of my illustrations—OAC1—but drawn in reverse at the request of David Matthews for a project he’s working on. Here it’s depicted as it might have been seen after just departing Jensen and well before it met with several unusual modifications as a brake and engine development car for […]

Austin-Healey 100-6

Perhaps the most legendary of the Austin-Healeys, the big 100-4s and 100-6s were the quintessential British sports cars of the mid-50s and 60s. These exquisite and highly detailed illustrations are based on Gerry Coker’s original line drawing,  beautifully rendered and printed on museum quality, acid-free, giclee paper. The ultimate gift for the Healey lover. The Sports Car Art Austin-Healey BN4/BN6 limited […]

Austin-Healey 100M

These exquisite and highly detailed illustrations are based on Gerry Coker’s original line drawing. From louvered bonnet and leather hood strap to all of the features that the BN2 on which it was based would have come with, the 100M has been faithfully rendered in a beautiful cross section style—the ultimate gift for the Healey lover. The […]

Austin-Healey 100S

Perhaps the most legendary of the Austin-Healeys, the 100S was the quintessential British race car of the mid-50s. These exquisite and highly detailed illustrations are based on Gerry Coker’s original line drawing, from the unique (for the time) 4-wheel disc brakes to the twin SU fuel pumps the 100S has been faithfully and beautifully rendered. The ultimate […]

Austin-Healey 100S Coupe

Second edition print. The first edition prints of this fabulous car sold out rather quickly and I’ve been pressed by folks who missed it the first time to re-print them. And so I have. These prints differ slightly from the first editions with some increased depth in the highlights and shadows as well as new […]

Austin-Healey 100S NOJ 393

  The 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans would go down in history as one of the worst tragedies in the annals of motorsports. The NOJ 393 Austin Healey, driven by Lance Macklin, swerved to avoid a Jaguar D-Type that was braking heavily for the entry to pit lane putting Macklin directly into the path of a Mercedes-Benz […]

Austin-Healey 3000

The final iteration of the big Healey included such creature comforts as roll up side windows, a wrap around wind screen, center shift gearbox (replacing the original gearbox borrowed from London taxis) and servo-assisted standard front disc brakes. According to many, the 3000 is considered the most drivable of all the six cylinder cars due, in […]

Austin-Healey 3000 Works Rally

Only three works rally cars were built in Abingdon for the 1964 racing season. The factory-built competition cars featured three-Weber carburetters (rather than the standard dual S.U.s) and competition side exhaust that helped improve the notoriously low ground clearance of the big 3000. Vented front wings were fitted to help improve brake cooling and a hardtop was […]

Austin-Healey SPL227

In 1953 Donald Healey wanted to promote his new sports car and it was decided a great way to make a splash would be to break the speed and endurance records for production cars. The team from Warwick spent a goodly amount of time developing a streamlined version of what would eventually become the 100S […]

Austin-Healey Sprite

The Austin-Healey Sprite was a small, inexpensive, fun, sports car, targeted at a much younger audience than that of the bigger Healeys. And, while it didn’t have gobs of power, its light weight made it fun to drive. When the “frogeye” Sprite was introduced in 1958, it was an instant success. With each new version, Austin-Healey […]

Austin-Healey—Earls Court

One of two 100Ms especially prepared to introduce the new model at the 1955 Earls Court motor show, this version in its black over pink livery is, perhaps, the more striking of the two. In addition to louvred bonnet and strap found on all of the 100m cars, this finely turned out example included a wood rimmed steering […]

Grace—1953 Austin Healey 100M

It all starts with a car named Grace, an Austin-Healey 100 purchased in a derelict state from E-Bay, barely running and suffering from deleterious rust and limited oil pressure. When her owner was given a near death sentence from his oncologist, a few stalwart members of his local car club decided to inspire him by […]

Healey Hundred

Ah, what might have been. Recreated from Gerry Coker’s early drawings, the few remaining photographs, and Gerry’s assistance, this was early example by Tickford was originally drawn for the British Sports Car Companion but I’ve decided to offer it as limited edition print. Learning about the design mule was very enlightening—from the 16″ wheels to […]

Jackie Cooper AHS 3504

The spruce green #AHS3504 Austin-Healey 100 S was built in February of 1955 for the 12-hour Sebring race for movie star, Jackie Cooper. Cooper had raced a standard 100 with some success on the east coast in SCCA races and was a close friend of Donald Healey. In a memo Cooper writes,” In Sebring faulty wiring […]

WSM Sprite

In 1962 Douglas Wilson-Spratt and Jim McManus produced the first of their special-bodied Sprites to subsequently be called WSMs, now generally known as Wuzzums, using the initials of their two surnames. The immediate interest in the car led to the production of nine cars for owners in the UK, Europe and the USA, with aluminum […]

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