The art of the car: Austin Healey Mk. III (1964) by John Schneider

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The art of the car: Austin Healey Mk. III (1964) by 


Taken at “All British Marques” event, Saratoga Automobile Museum, Saratoga Springs NY.Full frame of badge (logo) and upper grille trim.
Nikon D800, Nikkor AF-S ED DX 18-200mm VR lens.

*Featured: “Throughbred Sports Cars Group” – January, 2011

John has had a camera in front of his face for the better part of 60 years and will continue until he gets it right! Please respect the applicable domestic and international copyrights…. Enjoy, purchase or save if you like, but no publication, any media, without written permission.

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  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtalmost 5 years ago

    Great image!!!
    Please consider putting this into the 5-6-7 Autos, Trucks and Motorcycles group.
    1950s, 1960s, and 1970s cars, trucks, and motorcycles
    Your cohosts,
    Cee and Chris

  • Done! Thanks

    – John Schneider

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtalmost 5 years ago


    1950s, 1960s, and 1970s cars, trucks, and motorcycles
    Your cohosts,
    Cee and Chris

  • Your most welcome!

    – John Schneider

  • Paul Woloschuk
    Paul Woloschukalmost 5 years ago

    Nice crop of a great car!

  • Thank you.

    – John Schneider

  • Paul Woloschuk
    Paul Woloschukalmost 4 years ago

    Congratulations, this image has been featured in Thoroughbred Sports Cars Group

  • Thank you so much for this recognition… much appreciated! – John

    – John Schneider

  • Steve Mezardjian
    Steve Mezardjianover 3 years ago

    Everything is right, even right down to the color! Love this shot and perspective John!

  • Steve, first sorry for the delay and second… Thank you for your kind comment! – John

    – John Schneider

  • mojo1160
    mojo1160over 3 years ago

    Wow, they didn’t change a bit from 64 to 67, did they? I have a shot of a ’67 Mk III the same color from a similar angle, and it could be the same car! (It isn’t, but it could pass for it.)

    Great shot!

  • Thank you for your comment, appreciated! If I remember correctly, the first wave of imports from Europe improved the vehicle and options became standard, over a 5 or 8 year period. The basic body styling had minor revisions. – John

    – John Schneider

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