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1S52113BW

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United KingdomRBL880M

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Record Creation: Entered on 8 June 2013.

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RBL 880 M

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Owner: Sjmmarsh@gmail.com

1st E-Type - and it is a V12!

Based in Stamford, UK (email)

Updated September 26th, 2013. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1S52113BW

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Exterior Photos (4)

Uploaded June 2013:

2013-06-17
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Interior Photos (2)

Uploaded June 2013:

2013-06-19
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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

Uploaded September 2014:

2014-09-26
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded June 2013:

2013-06-19
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2013-06-16 15:50:04  |  Steve Marsh writes:

This is one of the last RHD 2+2 cars built (there were only 3 more built after this one). It covered 90,000 miles in the 1st 3 years and has only done 23,000 miles in the subsequent 37 years.


2017-08-11 02:43:19  |  Steve Marsh writes:

After 4 years of ownership, my E-Type has now been sold to a new owner. I will miss it..

Steve
10/8/17


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