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Healey Tickford (1951)

The Donald Healey Motor Company completed its first car in 1945, going into production the following year with the Elliott sports saloon and Westland roadster, both 2.4-litre Riley powered and featuring Healey's own trailing arm independent front suspension. For a time the Elliott was the world's fastest closed four-seater production car, clocking 110mph at Jabbeke, Belgium in 1947. In 1950 the duo were superseded by the Tickford saloon and Abbott drophead coupe, both of which enjoyed an improved chassis incorporating Girling brakes. They were more refined and better equipped than their predecessors too and, although heavier, still good for the 'ton'. Only 222 had been built before production ceased in 1954.

 
Registration no:LXY 875
Chassis no:C1902
Engine no:B6019
Engine:
0-60 mph:0
Top Speed:0
MPG:0
Passenger Seats:4


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