The Austin-Healey 3000 was a British sports car produced in 1959-1967 in four generations. It was one of Austin-Healey’s most famous models and over 90% of the cars were exported, mostly to North America. It was available as a 2-door roadster and later as a convertible. It was powered by a 3-litre I6 engine. It was a very successful car, winning many European rallies in its glory days, and enthusiasts still race it in classic car competitions today.

The Mark III was introduced in 1964 and its power was increased to 150 hp (111 kW) over the previous generation. The came standard with power-assisted braking. The speedometer and rev counter were placed directly in front of the driver. A total of 17712 units were produced.