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Record Creation: Entered on 14 April 2006.

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Owner: Tad Todd

A Brit car nut who's owned numerous TRs, a Marcos 3.0 steel chassis, a beautiful Sunbeam Tiger and numerous RHD Mini Coopers, I've finally reached my peak with this RHD E-Type OTS that I've searched quite some time for. Thankfully, in S. Florida, we have a 12 month driving season so I enjoy putting some mileage on this cat.


Updated October 27th, 2006. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2006-04-13 15:07:55 | Richard Creber writes:

I am current owner of car and have owned car for last ten years. It has been in storeage since June 2000 following Le Mans 24 hour race.

2006-04-29 21:43:46 | Tad Todd writes:

I was priveleged to recently purchase this gem from Richard. This officially checks off one of my 'top ten before I die' list items. I'm still researching the history via a heritage certificate. Although the vin clearly shows the car was an export vehicle, it is currently right hand drive and records indicate has been so for quite some time. SIR, as the orig Brit number plate still shows on the bonnet, is currently being registered in Florida as "CDR BOND". I'm sure Sir James would approve.

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