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1E34775

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WHV044

United KingdomAMJ336F

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Record Creation: Entered on 8 February 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Registered: AMJ 336FPaint stated as Opalescent Golden Sand on the Heritage Certificate

Owner: Jon Rollit

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Updated April 6th, 2010. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1E34775

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Exterior Photos (5)

Uploaded February 2007:

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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded April 2010:

2010-04-06
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Detail Photos: Interior (2)

Uploaded April 2010:

2010-04-06
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded February 2007:

2007-02-08
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2007-02-08 16:12:05 | Jon Rollit writes:

This car was left to me by my good friend Peter Tarrant who unfortunately died, in 2004, from cancer. He had lived in California for quite some time and bought it in 1991 as a restoration project. The restoration was performed in stages and finally completed in 1994. Since the car arrived in the UK it has required quite a bit of mechanical work due to lack of use but now runs well. The original registration was WHV 044 and I would be interested to hear from anyone who may know more about its history.

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