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How can I dispose of my partially-restored Austin Healey?

I have a partially restored 1956 Austin Healey BN2 but age and arthritis prevent me from completing the job. How should I best dispose of it? The car runs, is complete with all original parts and the replacement panels necessary for completion.

Asked on 25 August 2012 by MGS, via email

Answered by Honest John
I would first make contact with the club: but if you have no joy there, consign it to which is a classic car auction held every three months at Brooklands Museum. A similar restored 1956 BN2 to ‘M’ spec (but not original) is already entered in its September auction, estimated at £28,000 to £35,000.
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