This example is truly unique; it is equipped with airbag front suspension, supplement badge delete, and BRG paint. Only 55 aluminum bodied 100S Austin Healey racing cars were constructed by Donald Healey. The extremely light car was fitted with a special Weslake aluminum head, 4 wheel disc brakes and an aluminum oil cooler. This car, Chassis 3805, is one of the extremely rare 100S factory team racecars equipped with 45mm DCO3 carburetors an air intake on the front bodywork, special camshafts, airbag front suspension supplement, single fold down windscreen, oval side exhaust, stripped interior, badge delete, BRG paint and green covers on the seals. 3805 was a factory race team car in Europe, subsequently sent to Canada as the Austin of Canada team car and then purchased by Canadian Hugh Sutherland.
From 1955 through 1961, 3805 was frequently raced in Canada and the United States including Harewood, Ste Eugene, Green Acres, Watkins Glen, New Kiskeard, Mosport, and Nassau Speed Weeks. 3805 was then retired to Hugh's garage and remained there until Greg Johnson purchased it in 2002. With its racing province rare works from specification and just 3480 one-owner original race miles. 3805 is one of the most original of the rare 100S Healeys to survive.Also photographed at :