Austin Healey 100 M
In 1955 the M version of the Austin Healey appeared, with original design by Gerry Coker. This small sports car has a nice appearance, thanks to the curious shape of the grille -with its 43 vertical rods- and its headlights. But it is a real beast on the asphalt. In fact, it was called 100 because it could reach 100 mph (160 km/h).
In this picture I have represented the Healey’s chrome set -grill, bumper and light clusters- wrapped by the curves of its markedly sporty line.
Austin Healey 100 M (1955)
Dimensions: 100 x 75 cm
Pastel drawing on black Mi-Teintes paper