A British car company formed just after World War 2 by a Triumph technician, will get a new start with a multi million dollar funding from British-American backers. The company...

A British car company formed just after World War 2 by a Triumph technician, will get a new start with a multi million dollar funding from British-American backers. The company is remembers for a collaboration with Lord Austin that brought us the Austin-Healey Sprite, the 100 and the 3000.

According to the Daily Telegraph, with all this cash in the bank, the company may now make the fabled Healey 3000. Although not too much is known about the 3000, Autoblog thinks that the car might look like the one pictured – a concept from a previous Healey investment project. Vroom!Daily Telegraph ArticleAutoblog Post

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