British sports car that started in 1954 and ended production in 1967/68. The first was the 100, or 100-4 for 4 cylinders. then the 100-6, and finally the 3000. When fist introduced, it was a cool car--better than the MG or Triumph crap, but not quite a Jag. It got bigger and more complicated as it went along, however the body style did not change in any significant way in the 13 years it was produced. It went from cutting edge to anachronism.
Dig that Austin Healey 100, it looks like its moving when its standing still.
by thinkpad 20 July 12, 2008