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1R9525

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United KingdomUWD924G

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Record Creation: Entered on 18 October 2005.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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Photos of 1R9525

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Exterior Photos (5)

Uploaded October 2005:

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2005-10-18 11:00:40  |  ken chisholm writes:

I Californian owner till 1994 at which time the car had done 6700 miles.

I am the 2nd owner and in 2005 the car has still only done 21000 miles.

Now converted to Euro spec Carbs ( Triple SU s )


2005-10-18 15:07:44  |  Steven D. writes:

Ken, thanks for registering your car. Any photos you would like to share?
Why did the car never get driven during it's early life?
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2015-06-17 22:37:16  |  Ken Chisholm writes:

Car sold 2 years ago . Thjink it is now in France


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