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 1966 Opalescent Silver Grey
 2003 Red
 Nice Driver 
 Original St. Louis
  
MissouriMissouri
 Original 
United StatesUnited States
 

 

Record Creation: Entered on 26 December 2002.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2002-12-26 22:20:49 | Anonymous writes:

Seen on eBay by Hyman Limited. Ad reads:

The car on offer is a very nice unmolested, matching numbers original car. This is not a restored car, but a car that has been well taken care of and maintained throughout the years. The car appears to have been resprayed once in it's original color of Opalescent Silver Grey. The paint is decent, but has lost some of it's luster. The body is straight and very solid, however there are a few minor shopping cart dings, and there is a small ding and some paint scratches on the left rear part of the bonnet behind the front wheel. The car is solid throughout, look at the photo of the trunk without the spare, you'll notice that all is dry, and this is a common area for rust problems. The interior has newer leather on the seats, new carpet, and nice original door panels and package area. Mechanically the car is in fine form. The matching number engine starts easily and is very strong. The car drives extremely well. We have a stack of maintenance receipts that are included with the car. This is not a concours show car, but an awesome driver that is very pretty and very correct.

2005-08-15 10:32:09 | Robert writes:

Offered at Coys Chiswick House 21st Jun 2003 estimate £14000-£16000 No sale Year 1965

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