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1E51164

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United KingdomCBH90F

United Kingdom550EKJ

United KingdomCBH90F

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Record Creation: Entered on 17 August 2011.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Full list of registration numbers: CBH90F (United Kingdom) ; 550EKJ (United Kingdom) ; CBH90F (United Kingdom) ; 291FLY (United Kingdom) ; CBH90F () ; .

Original reg CBH 90F Then re registered with a personal registration 550 EKJ.Re- assigned to CBH 90F then changed again to 291 FLY. finaly re-registeredd back to CBH 90F

Owner: Kevin Byard

Car was a runner and in reasonably good shape, but a few niggles needed sorting. One thing led to another and now undergoing a full restoration. DIY as much as possible, Engine at engineers for some serious overhaul work, but I'll reassemble. Body still being stripped ready for a thorough assessment and probable strip and rebuild. Wish me luck...

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Updated April 29th, 2015. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1E51164

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Uploaded August 2011:

2011-08-18
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