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Photo: Pete Austin
Photo: Pete Austin
Photo: Pete Austin

I have many memories of competing in rallies across Europe, but one that really sticks in my mind is the Liege-Rome-Liege event of 1960. Sharing the “big” Healey with Pat Moss, we started the event not really knowing what to expect, as the rally was well known for being one of the most grueling on the international calendar.

Our car for the event carried the registration mark URX 727, and thinking about it now I suppose the car is the best known Austin-Healey 3000 used by the BMC works squad during the 3000’s competition history. The rally was tough, and it always proved to be so for the crews attempting it each year.

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