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1S50861

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Record Creation: Entered on 2 June 2016.

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Owner: Tony Stevens

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Updated January 26th, 2019. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2016-05-26 11:27:50 | Harry Stevens writes:

An original UK delivery car, it was first registered on 26 April 1972. Restored about twenty years ago it is equipped with a new stainless steel exhaust and manifolds. The front and rear suspension have been completely overhauled using poly brushes throughout and the car is MOT'd to 28 January 2017.

Currently for sale at Hills of Lymington, it is described as a very nice example of a UK right hand drive coupe. Matching numbers with a four speed manual gearbox. 78,000 miles. £49,990.

2019-01-26 02:42:45 | Tony Stevens writes:

Restoration started February 2018, bodywork and paint complete, currently in final re-assembly, anticipated finished in April 2019.

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