The Austin-Healey 3000 soft top replaced the beloved Austin-Healey 1000, and was available in two models (2+2 and a two-seater), across three generations.
Mark I was the first generation of Austin-Healey 3000, produced from 1959 to early 1961. It came in two versions: the BT7 (four-seater version) and the BN7 (2-seater). The 3000 had a remarkable top speed of 115 miles per hour, and was available in an optional two-tone paint scheme.
Mark II, the second generation of Austin-Healey 3000, was produced from March 1961 to October, 1963. As with the Mark 1, the four-seater was dubbed BT7 and the 2-seater went by BN7. However, later in the Mark II run, Austin-Healey introduced a 2+2 configuration which was called the BJ7 which included a few other upgrades, such as a redesigned hood.
Mark III, the third generation Austin-Healey 3000 convertible top, launched in October, 1963 and lasted through 1968 when the entire Austin-Healey line ended. Dubbed the BJ8, this version was the largest and most luxurious of all the Austin-Healey 3000 models.
We offer replacement convertible tops for all three models of Austin-Healey 3000, including Mark 1, Mark 2, and Mark 3.