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1S51502

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 8 November 1972 Great Britain
 
 1972 British Racing Green
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Record Creation: Entered on 3 November 2014.

 

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Exterior Photos (6)

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2014-10-31 11:33:13  |  Harry Stevens writes:

Recently sold by Vintage and Prestige Motor Cars of Grays, Essex. Described as having had a massive amount spent on it in the past decade with close to £60,000 in recent bills. It is finished in British Racing Green with the original pale green leather interior with a light patina. The odometer reads 12,000 miles which we assume is 112,000 miles from new. The car sits on four chrome wire wheels and is shod with four good tyres. The gearbox is light, easy to use and has good synchromesh on all four gears. The V12 engine runs silently on all twelve cylinders and has good oil pressure at 45psi when hot. Structurally the car is sound having had its sills and wings replaced. Utterly reliable it drives beautifully.


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