Now the automaker, based in Auburn Hills, Mich., has announced pricing for the 475-horsepower beast. It will come in at a starting price of $62,995, plus a $1,095 destination charge.
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A British magazine, The Motor, tested an Austin Healey 3000 Mark II in late 1961 and recorded a top speed of 112.9 mph (181.7 km/h). The light weight roadster, with a cockpit style driver's seat, is powered by a 2912 cc (2.912 L) six cylinder engine coupled to a short throw, four speed standard transmission. The well engineered engine with overhead valves and twin SU carburetors can also do 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 10.9 seconds, The Austin Healey will get up to 24 miles per gallon or 12 L per 100 km under ideal conditions.
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The 1967 Valiant has been redesigned and is now on a longer, 108 inch (2,700 mm) wheel base. The wagon, hard top, and convertible versions are no longer and option for the Valiant; the choices have been narrowed down to a two or four door coupe. The Valiant platform mate, the sporty and more popular Barracuda is available in a much wider range of models. Newly added safety features in '67 includes shoulder harnesses for the two outboard front seats, a four way hazard flasher and a dual reservoir master cylinder.
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