The Elliott was a car made by Healey between 1946 and 1950. Approximately 101 were made.
The bodies were built by Samuel Elliott & Sons in Caversham in Reading in Berkshire. The company was not only willing to provide a structure in collaboration with Ben Bowden, but was also involved with the company.
The Healey Elliott was a two-door sports sedan and four-seat saloon was an aluminum body built on an ash wood frame. The four-cylinder Riley engine was used.
A standard achieved a top speed of 104.65 mph (168.4 kmh) in a test. The Healey was the "fastest British saloon" advertised, undoubtedly the result of the lightweight design combined with good aerodynamics and a powerful engine.
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