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Record Creation: Entered on 11 July 2010.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

First owner was VIP Car Leasing, Los Angeles, CA

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Exterior Photos (3)

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2010-07-11 18:27:25 | Scott Steinhauer writes:

Just purchased from 30+ year owner. Some modifications include 4.2 head, series 2 radiator ass'y and later gearbox. Needs interior work and overall refreshing but a strong driver that has been maintained and worked on over it's much travelled history. No evidence of collosion. Seems to be originally black from internal body paint but original interior color is unknown since none were black/black.

2011-06-29 17:14:52 | Scott Steinhauer writes:

It's a special order Black/Black car. As of June 2011, it's slowly reverting back to mostly original specification. Wood dash is back to metal, reinstalling propeller fan, washer bottle, fixed numerous wiring issues. Still need a S1 radiator and tank, radio console and to fix more wiring issues. Still has the J64 metal tag from California.

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