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888764

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Record Creation: Entered on 1 January 2003.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Heritage Notes

Interior is black with grey piping

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2003-01-10 17:19:50 | Gerry writes:

currently diassembled but remarkably rust free. Considering selling @6k to feed a Cobra replicar itch.

2003-01-10 17:30:24 | Gerry writes:

disassembledand remarkably original and rust free. Considering selling for $6k to scratch a Cobra replicar itch. "Too many toys with not enough storage space.... :-("

2003-11-16 08:31:35 | Dave writes:

Gerry, got your note re coming off the line one number before mine. Amazing that, while I thought they would have entered the world on the same day, yours is May and mine is Sept! Cheers, Dave

2003-11-20 20:09:58 | Dave writes:

Hi Gerry, ignore my 2003-11-16 comment about mine coming off the line in Sept. I have some homework to do. It must have been either the same day as yours or very early in June. If you do a run 200+/- your SN all the dates make sense except mine which I've now changed to June. Roger L. of XKEDATA pointed this out to me. Regards, Dave

2013-08-17 02:55:13 | Andrew writes:

Hey Gerry I've got your dash panels!
Just pulled the ones in 881824 as I'm restoring it and mine are marked 8764 in pencil :-)

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