Healey Westland is a rare two-door four-seater built between 1946 and 1950 by Warwick-based Healey. Designed by firm’s founder Donald Healey was initially built in 17 ‘A series/A-type’ examples powered by 2.4-litre Riley engine rated at 104hp. From mid-1947, the car was built on a B-type chassis and from autumn 1950, the C-type platform was introduced ending the production later that year. Thanks to its performance on both, road and the racetrack, the Healey Westland was the fastest production sports car of its day. Donald Healey and his son ran one of the Westlands in the 1948 Mille Miglia coming second in the ‘unlimited sports’ class and ninth overall. Only 64 examples of this stunning vehicle were built however some sources suggest that Healey built 70 of these cars.