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 caused battery failure and I had to push the car over a mile! Actually, I had more success with a stock 100 and a personally modified 100 in 1954. Ferrari came out with a 2.80 in our class in 1955 and whipped our ass.”

This now famous racer was restored in 1989 by Healey specialists Four In Tune in Wisconsin for then owner Bill Woods. The Cooper car has changed hands several times since its restoration but is still raced regularly.

Press run – 25, from $145 – $195

 

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Product Description

Limited edition illustration of Austin Healey 100S, AHS 3504, previously owned and raced by Hollywood child-star, the late Jackie Cooper.

 

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Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 20 x 4 x 4 in
Print sizes

24″ w/o Coker signature, 24″ with Coker signature, 36″ w/o Coker signature, 36″ with Coker signature

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