Built from 1959 to 1967 the Austin Healey was well received. After winning its class in a variety of European rallies, it is still used as a competition piece for enthusiasts today. With a top speed of 115 mhp and a 0-60 acceleration time of 11.4 seconds, the vehicle was an impressive piece of machinery for this decade. After released a second model, called the Mark II, the 3000 could also be referred to as Mark I or MkI. After years of successful racing, the Mk1 was outranked by the Mini Cooper ‘S’.