The Healey G-Type was a two-seater sports car made between 1951 and 1953. 25 cars were produced.

The G-Type was in reality a Nash-Healey, but with an Alvis 2993cc six-cylinder OHV engine and a four-speed gearbox (instead of a three-speed box).

The engine produced 106bhp with the help of its twin-carburettors. The car was front-engined with rear-wheel drive.

The car had a top speed of 108mph and could go from a standstill to 60mph in 11.5 seconds.

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