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 1969 Opalescent Silver Grey
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United KingdomAGY116G

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Record Creation: Entered on 17 August 2005.

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Heritage Notes

Registered: AGY 116G

Owner: Tim Daniel


Updated August 30th, 2005. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2005-08-17 11:44:12 | Robert writes:

Sold at Sothebys Hendon 16th May 1994 estimate £10000-£11000 hammer price £10600 Year 1969 Reg # AGY 116G Engine # 7R 3295-9

2005-08-30 06:43:59 | Tim Daniel writes:

August 30th 05....AGY116G alive and well and living in Berkshire. Now light metallic silver, all rebuilt, owned by me since Sept 03, just back from 3000 mile jolly round Europe taking in 2 speed hillclimbs in Italy and some posing in S. of France. Better than new and looking gorgeous!

2012-11-04 19:05:11 | Steven writes:

Pleased to report that AGY 116G is still alive and well and looking as good as ever. Interia has recently been refurbished retaining original colour theme. Still silver exteria and in excellent condition. Lots of TLC in return for great trips round south of France. Now living in Surrey.

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