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United KingdomLTN38D

United Kingdom250FOT


Record Creation: Entered on 26 August 2020.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Heritage certificate states the original registration number as LTN 38D. The original registration document (Log Book ) states LTN 3D .


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2020-08-26 13:04:56 | Steve Walmsley writes:

Owned 25 years. Used as my everyday car when bought.

2020-08-27 01:47:14 | Stephen Walmsley writes:

Engine and picture frame from 1E 21719 fitted to this car before I purchased it 25 years ago.

Engine block 7E 9736-9 ( originally fitted to chassis 1E1650) fitted to this car before I purchased it 25 years ago

2020-08-27 01:49:58 | Stephen Walmsley writes:

Should say engine frames and picture frame from 1E 21719 fitted to this car .........

2020-10-08 11:17:51 | Steve Walmsley writes:

Owned since 1997. Has gone through various repairs, rebuilds and repaints to keep it on the road. Not been used for several years. Undergoing another round of welding, new floors etc to get it roadworthy ag, I only have to get just down the road to get a great big smile on my face.

2021-01-13 18:16:01 | Steve Walmsley writes:

Owned since 1977. Extensively welded in 1997, 2006 and 2020. Trying to get it back on the road in 2021.

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