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P1R27842

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Record Creation: Entered on 27 March 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Selling dealer: Holiday Motors, 5015 Van Nuys Blvd. Sherman Oaks, Ca

Photos of P1R27842

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2007-03-27 18:30:12 | Tony Muccitelli writes:

First owner was Richard Morse of Palos Verdes, Ca.
I am the fourth owner which has been documented and verified. The car sat unused from 1982 until June 1999 when I purchased it from David Camfield of Redondo Beach.

2007-03-28 05:54:13 | Roger writes:

Tony, what a great car, perhaps one of the greatest "driver" E-Type configurations--lovely fixed head shape, headlights that actually work, more comfortable interior, and those wheels mean no wire wheel fuss. I'll trade you a well used Land Rover and a bunch of rusty junk...

2007-03-28 07:16:57 | Paul writes:

Hi Tony a fantastic job on the E Type what is the colour? is it the opalesent silver/blue? my wife want to paint our project the same colour and I am trying to find the matching colour, thanks
P.S. check out P1R43320 I have just started the restoration

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