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United KingdomANK985G


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Record Creation: Entered on 26 July 2017.


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2017-08-09 20:49:01  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Original Owner City was deleted, old value was: Bournemouth
  • Original Owner State was deleted, old value was: Dorset
  • Original Owner Country was changed from Great Britain to United States
  • Factory Build Year was added: 1969


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    2017-07-17 10:03:32  |  Tim Roberts writes:

    Imported to the UK from California in Summer 1989, and owned by me since then.

    Originally light blue in colour with dark blue interior, but re-sprayed red by California owner.

    Work done by me: converted to right-hand drive, triple SU carburettors and manual/overdrive gearbox, interior re-trimmed in biscuit.

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