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United Kingdom709FYH

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 December 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Registered: 709 FYH

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2007-12-09 23:07:35 | Lofty writes:

Registration 709 FYH

2015-07-07 11:18:26 | Harry Stevens writes:

First registered in London to F E Colman on 3 August 1962, the car passed to his son on 24 March 2008. Fully restored over the past two years David Gautier at Jules Bodywork of Coven. The engine was rebuilt by Classic and Modern Services of Bracknell, the gearbox by Klassic Transmissions of Wolverhampton and the carburettors by Andrew Turner of Lincolnshire. The interior has been re-trimmed and a new hood fitted by Aldridge Trimming of Wolverhampton. 60,000 miles. For sale privately in the West Midlands at £200,000.

2016-02-25 10:09:35 | Roy Colman writes:


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