The Donald Healey Motor Company produced the Silverstone sports car from 1949 to 1950, and it’s one of the most distinctive looking cars of the decade and a genuine late 1940s sports car. The car weight only 2100 pounds and was lightweight for a 1940s sports car. The model’s headlights are positioned behind its grille to boost its aerodynamics, and it was an open two seater.
The Healey Silverstone had a 2.5 liter Riley inline four engine, four speed manual transmission, and produced 104 hp. This car was built for both road and track and it has come competitions success by winning both the 1949 and 1951 Coupe des Alpes.