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1E13863

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.

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Uploaded August 2006:

2006-08-19
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2005-11-08 22:45:35 | Anonymous writes:

Car was shown at local event in Purcellville VA in Aug 2005. Looks great and sounded even better. BRG over biscuit, red dot tires.

2005-11-08 23:07:24 | Hendrikus Wisker writes:

bare metal restoration 1996
original manuals, spare (never used) radio
New Sunfast top, interior (Bartlett) Dayton wires, tires Michelin redline, exhaust, windshield, rubber & gaskets, belts, hoses & clamps etc:

2006-08-19 19:12:13 | hendrikus PLM Wisker writes:

Car went thru bare metal restoration in 1994/1996
All new and rechromed pieces, new glass Daytom wire SS wheels and Michelin red stripes,exhaust, hoses, clamps etc trunk latch mechanism,top & tonneau, Bartlettt interior.
Recently GM alternator, electic fan, Pirelli tires

2020-12-16 14:31:33 | H Wisker writes:

owner for 21 y added 6K ml

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