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Is this British 'Woody' a Triumph Dolomite?

My American buddy asks if this British ‘Woody’ is a Triumph Dolomite?

Asked on 27 August 2011 by RB, via email

Answered by Honest John
No. It's a Healey 2.4-litre, built 1946 - 1954. The high-set lights date it 1950 - 54. It has a 2443cc 4-cylinder Riley engine. Quite quick for its day, and would probably do 100mph when new.
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