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United KingdomFVC26L

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Record Creation: Entered on 13 October 2014.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Sold to BL Italy, delivered to Coopers of Guildford!

First registerd as a RHD car in UK 30/03/73

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2014-10-10 03:46:11  |  Tim Heywood writes:

This is a RHD car... AS far as I am aware it has never been sold as a LHD car and I believe that th FVC numberplate would indicate that the car was sold in Coventry.

LHD pre production? Then a Factory test car maybe?

2014-12-09 10:20:26  |  Tim Heywood writes:

JDHT have confirmed that all the numbers are correct and that the car was manufactured in December 1970... Yes it was made as a LHD car.

Anyone have any ideas as to why it was a) so early and b) converted to RHD just 2 years later?

2017-07-23 21:39:35  |  Ben Newell writes:

Acquired in April 2017. Currently undergoing a bare metal restoration.

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