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1E20911

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Record Creation: Entered on 25 May 2015.

 

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2015-05-22
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2015-05-22 14:21:15 | Harry Stevens writes:

Foe sale at the Charterhouse auction of Classic Cars on 14 June 2015. It is believed to be a personal export delivery to South Africa. Whilst in South Africa it was restored and works included a new bonnet supplied by Martin Robey, a re-spray from the original colour of Gunmetal Grey to Carmen Red and a re-trim of the interior from the original colour of red to cream. Imported into the United Kingdom in 2002 it was sold at British Car Auctions sale of Classic Cars in Bridgwater.

Purchased by the vendor's late uncle the car has had about £25,000 spent on maintenance and improvements during the family's ownership. Improvements include uprated Coopercraft brakes, a recent re-spray, electronic ignition, a new Kenlowe fan, a stainless steel exhaust and chrome wire wheels with new tyres. It has a history file with receipts from South Africa and Great Britain and the MOT history. Estimate - £60,000 to £65,000.

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