In December 1957 a recovered stolen Austin Healey 100 was released from the Police Compound at Feltham in Middlesex.
That car was bought by the late Roger Kemplay of Ruskington in Lincolnshire who kindly gave us the key ring which was still with that car.
This keyfob badge is a faithful reproduction of the keyfob badge which was with that car and we have even had it made by the same London firm who made the original 60 years ago – Premier Badges of London ( now Ingatestone )
The badge has been made in ‘old school’ vitreous enamel – just like the original .
This badge would be correct for use with Austin Healey 100, 100/6 and also early Austin Healey 3000 Mk I .
We are very proud that John Chatham ( Mr. Healey ) bought one of these key rings from our stand at Silverstone Classic Show for the Austin Healey 100S that he was restoring.
Available as a hinged enamel badge mounted on our teardrop, classic rectangular or slimline teardrop keyfob shapes in all of the leather colours.