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1E13469

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Record Creation: Entered on 7 January 2003.

 

Photos of 1E13469

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Exterior Photos (4)

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Interior Photos (2)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2003-01-07 19:24:58 | Alex Jurgens writes:

I believe that I am the third owner of this car. I purchased the car from Ivan Ruiz (thecarnut) in Atlanta in 1998. He had just done a cosmetic restoratin to return the car to it's original BRG from the black that it had been painted. The car has the original seats and door panels but the carpeting, dash cover have been replaced. The engine has never had a major rebuild and still runs well. It is believed that there are ~40K miles on the car. The car is driven often in the summer and is garaged and polished to within an inch of it's life in the winter.

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