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United KingdomFMO2K

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2018-11-29 12:28:27 | Harry Stevens writes:

Registered FMO2K with Berkshire County Council in November 1971. For sale at the Sayer Selection at M and C Wilkinson near Bawtry for £165,000. Seller's description below.

Fully rebuilt to Sayer standard. Totally original. 24,000 miles driven since new. An early example of a Series III E Type, finished in British Racing Green with Biscuit leather interior. In right hand drive configuration, this roadster has manual transmission and the powerful 5.3 litre V12 engine. The vehicle has undergone a complete Sayer refurbishment to as new condition whilst preserving its character and originality. A superb opportunity to own an early, low mileage original Series III roadster from 1971.

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