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United KingdomPLV41F

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Record Creation: Entered on 3 December 2006.

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Heritage Notes

Registered: PLV 41F

Owner: Ross Braithwaite

My father had this maroon S1.5 FHC imported from Arizona in 1989. He subsequently had it converted to RHD and triple SU carbs. I have recently taken responsibilityfor the car after a period of neglect. I am doing a rolling restoration program tackling jobs as they arise. As a newcomer to all this I appreciate help and advice from E Type specialists and afficionados on technical issues.

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Updated December 17th, 2006. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1E34931

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Exterior Photos (4)

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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (3)

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2006-12-03 11:20:35 | Ross Braithwaite writes:

My father had this car imported from the USA in 1989. He subsequently had it converted to RHD and triple SU carbs from the twin Strombergs. It currently needs a lot of TLC to bring it up to scratch. The aim is to make it a nice, reliable, usable car.

2011-07-09 23:20:32 | Mac writes:

Ross - I have your original engine block in my 1968 2+2, 1E77808. I have no idea how it ended up in there - I purchased the car in 1994 and that's what it had in it. Wonder what engine # is in your car and I wonder what became of my engine.

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