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1E10376

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Record Creation: Entered on 28 April 2011.

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Photos of 1E10376

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Exterior Photos (11)

Uploaded August 2019:

2019-08-13
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Uploaded January 2019:

2019-01-31
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Detail Photos: Engine (4)

Uploaded February 2019:

2019-02-27
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Restoration Photos: Start (1)

Uploaded January 2019:

2019-01-30
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Restoration Photos: Metalwork (1)

Uploaded November 2011:

2011-11-09
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2019-01-30 04:02:48 | Eric Lipper writes:

I purchased this car from Classic Showcase in Oceanside, California in January 2019. The car is going to be restored back to Show/Driver condition. The prior long term owner began the restoration in 1986 but did not complete it and sold the car in its disassembled status. The car was originally sold through Peter Lindner in Frankfurt, Germany so my guess is that it was probably sold to someone in the US Military because there we a large American presence in Frankfurt at that time. If anyone has any history on this particular car I would appreciate the information.

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