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United KingdomMFB681

 

Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Registered: MFB 681

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2006-08-13 10:11:23  |  Anonymous writes:

Can we have some details of this car, it would be interesting to know the registration number and coloue etc


2011-04-07 11:59:20  |  john Colley writes:

I believe chassis 850077, an early roadster and had Registration number MFB 681 registered 14/07/1961, and at one time was owned by a Flight Lt at RAF Valley Anglesey.


2011-11-18 18:05:12  |  rob walker writes:

I have owned 850077 since 1980, i purchased it from a Mr N Haslam in Chester, i know he owned it for some 10 years after buying it from a driving instructor whom i believe bought it from Anglesey. It was originally supplied by Henlys to a Mr H Butler on the 14th of july 1961. I really should make an effort to find out the missing bits of ownership. Reg no MFB 681, colour carmen red, engine no R.1294/9. Condition, suffice to say together we took part in the 50th anniversary trip from Coventry to Geneva Switzerland and back some 2000 miles in a week, the only mishap a burnt out coil right outside the hotel in Geneva. The car is not concours but is used regularly and likes going to shows.


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