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Record Creation: Entered on 10 February 2004.


Photos of 1E31035

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Exterior Photos (2)

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Interior Photos (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2004-02-10 00:32:36 | pauls writes:

Net ad 2/9/04

Sellers comment:
Series 1 two-seat coupe. Serial # 1E31035. The car was refurbished some 20 years ago. Subsequently driven for 20,000 miles over the next few years. Odometer reads 62,000 miles. Approx. 8 years ago the chassis was dis-mantled to address a problem with the bonnet support frame. The rest of the sheet metal was acid dipped at Redi-strip in Allentown P.A. to remove all rust, and primed. The car has been sitting ever since. The engine has been rotated periodically, and is still assembeled with the gearbox. The rear end is still in one piece.

2004-09-22 10:26:40 | pauls writes:

9/22/04 car listed for sale at:
Sellers description same as above.

2005-05-24 10:19:13 | pauls writes:

5/24/05 car listed for sale at:
Location; Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061

Sellers description:
Yellow, Black interior. 65,000 miles

2005-10-22 19:15:40 | Tom writes:

Data plate and ad describe 1965 FHC. Photos are Series II OTS. Please explain discrepancy.

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