The Westland Roadster was a car made by Healey between 1946 and 1950. Approximately 64 were built.

The Westland Roadster was, along with Elliott the first production model of the Donald Healey Motor Company. The four-seat roadster was designed by Bowden at Westland Engineering Hereford, Herefordshire. The car had an emergency top-structure and the car was made ​​of aluminum sheet over an ash wood frame.

The 2443cc four-cylinder Riley engine was used.

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