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1E33065

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Record Creation: Entered on 12 June 2005.

 

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2020-10-15 11:13:50 | Gary Ranum writes:

Partial restoration by my father and me during the summer of 1977 after I purchased it in the Kansas City, Kansas/Missouri area. These photos were taken at our home in Watford, north of London as I was starting a three year tour at the U.S. Navy Headquarters on Grosvenor Square. The coupe has been in storage for decades and is now starting a second more thorough restoration.

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