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Record Creation: Entered on 10 February 2004.

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Owner: YSF66

Acquired in England while living in St. Quentin-en-Yvelines (France). Shipped back to the States, currently resides with me in Phoenix, AZ.


Updated May 21st, 2011. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2004-10-14 20:24:35 | pauls writes:

This car was the centerfold in the of Ejag magazine. Much to large to scan in one pass, I have tried to patch the two together please excuse the fold.

2004-10-17 08:04:01 | pauls writes:

The above comment should have read "May 1988 issue of Ejag magazine".

2005-05-25 22:08:49 | W. R. Judd writes:

Need subscription info. on "Ejag Magazine. Please E-mail me at: Thanks, WRJ

2006-12-06 00:14:21 | pauls writes:

Ejag is defunct, has been since around the early 90s or late 80s.

2020-03-18 14:21:43 | Jonathan Sheard writes:

I erroneously posted a comment against 850038 which I think I should have posted against this car. I said (the post is still there) “I think that 850038 was an opalescent dark blue car that belonged to Edinburgh publican Ean Walker and was registered EAN 111. I had intended to purchase the car from Ean in late 1967 or early 1968 but it was stolen and wrecked. It ended up in Sonny Swinton's scrapyard in Loanhead, Midlothian. Does my memory serve me right?” After fifty years it appears that I was out by one in the chassis number, this is almost certainly the car which Ean Walker owned and was wrecked, being an opalescent dark blue car supplied by Rossleigh, the Edinburgh distributor. Similarly YSF 66 is probably the original number before Ean transferred EAN 111 onto it. When the car was in Sonny's yard it was in poor shape but could well have been repaired.

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