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1E50786

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Record Creation: Entered on 14 February 2005.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Current engine sourced from a 1967 Daimler Sovereign (420) 7A 31028-8. Since uprated to 9:1 CR

Photos of 1E50786

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Exterior Photos (13)

Uploaded July 2019:

2019-07-26
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2019-07-26
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Uploaded June 2019:

2019-06-02
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2019-06-01
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Uploaded August 2013:

2013-08-08
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Uploaded July 2013:

2013-07-27
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Uploaded November 2005:

2005-11-24
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2005-11-24
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2005-11-21
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded November 2005:

2005-11-21
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2005-02-14 09:48:45 | Lofty writes:

Colour changed in 1978 to current Carmen Red.
Serious body rot removed recently.
Current engine uprated to 9:1CR in 2003.

2010-07-15 07:55:07 | Chris Fell writes:

Just living the dream

2013-01-28 18:09:32 | Chris Fell writes:

This car is in regular use, doing 3,000 miles plus each year.

2019-05-31 23:57:54 | Anonymous writes:

Approaching 200,000 miles.

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