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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2019.

 

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Interior Photos (1)

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2018-12-27 14:16:26 | Harry Stevens writes:

This right hand drive 2+2 coupe was first registered with Birmingham Borough Council in April 1969. Originally finished in a factory special order colour of Opalescent Green, the car has since been painted Signal Red. The car had an engine rebuild in 1981 at a cost of £1,300 and the odometer was replaced at 49,292 miles. The current reading is 17,000 miles which gives a total reading of 66,292 miles. Recent works to the car include new engine and gearbox mountings, new heater matrix and fan, new high torque starter motor, new alternator, new battery, new coil and ignition leads. The car has a detailed history file, original owner's handbook and Heritage Certificate.

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