Perhaps the most quintessential of British sports cars of the mid-50s and ‘60s, the Austin-Healey had an unassuming start as the Healey Hundred—a design mule built by Tickford so Donald Healey and Gerry Coker could explore their ideas for a new sports car. Built with differing left and right sides so Donald and Gerry could compare competing ideas, the Healey Hundred was a non-running model that sported 15” truck wheels complete with a differential that sat on wooden blocks. Humble beginnings indeed for what would ultimately become one of the most popular sporting cars.

Making its first public outing at the 1952 London Motor show, the new design impressed Leonard Lord, the managing director of Austin, who was looking for a replacement of his unsuccessful A90. Lord struck a deal with Healey to build the new sports car in quantity. Renamed the Austin-Healey 100, the cars featured bodies made by Jensen with Austin mechanicals, all assembled at Austin’s Longbridge factory.

These highly detailed illustrations, based on Gerry Coker’s original line drawing, are the ultimate gift for the Healey lover.

Austin-Healey 100M


These exquisite and highly detailed illustrations are based on Gerry Coker’s original line drawing. From louvered bonnet and leather hood strap to all of the features that the BN2 on which it was based would have come with, the 100M has been faithfully rendered in a beautiful cross section style—the ultimate gift for the Healey lover.

Prints—Austin-Healey 100M illustrations are available as archival prints in:

  • 22″ x 16″ or 30″ x 20″  sizes—limited edition archival print, framed or unframed
  • 30″ x 20″ size— limited edition canvas print, framed
  • brushed aluminum prints sized 47″ x 23″
  • dye-sublimated large-scale backlit or unlit prints sized 80″ x 38″ or 96″ x 47″ by special order only

Options—Prints may be ordered in any of the factory exterior and interior trim colors, with any of the factory available engine and gearbox packages as well as any available factory options. Custom options will be considered upon request.

From $329