This 1965 Austin Healey Mark III BJ8, in Irish Mist Green with Parchment leather interior, is powered by a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine with a Mallory distributor, oversized radiator and cooling fan upgrades, coupled to a Toyota 5-speed manual transmission. It underwent a professional ground-up restoration in 2014 by renowned Healey specialist Knut Holzer of Philadelphia, PA, totaling $82,000, and has been driven 1,400 miles since. Restoration highlights include sandblasted tub and suspension, rebuilt electrical system, new wiring harness, rebuilt line bored and balanced unleaded-fuel-safe engine and carburetors, resealed rear end, rebuilt suspension with new and rebuilt hydraulics, new and rebuilt brakes, new fuel system, new stainless-steel performance exhaust, and a new Parchment leather interior with green piping and new carpeting, new mohair top and boot, and a Moto-Lita steering wheel. The original transmission was rebuilt and is included. The car was stripped to bare metal and all metal panels were acid washed before the base coat/clear coat paint was applied to the exterior, interior, underside, wheel wells and engine bay. Heat insulation was also installed. It wears re-dipped or new aftermarket chrome, original door glass, new windshield, new rubber seals, new interior trunk trim, new 72-spoke wheels, driving lamps and badge bar. This multiple award winner is documented by the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust.