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Austin-Healey

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Austin-Healey
Vehicle Manufacturer

A former British manufacturer of cars.  Created in 1952 as a joint venture of Austin's Leonard Lord and BMC's Donald Healey.  The company stopped producing cars in 1972 when the original 20-year agreement that founded the brand expired.

Vehicle names used by Austin-Healey throughout history include:  100, 3000, Marina and Sprite.

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July 17, 201242 years later, Texas man locates stolen carWikinews




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