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Record Creation: Entered on 16 December 2012.

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Heritage Notes

PAR 1 regn. was retained by 1st owner at sale on June 14 1965

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2012-12-16 11:45:00 | Dave Morris writes:

Vehicle owned since 1976.
Undergoing full restoration.

2013-10-04 11:47:32 | David Morris writes:

Current owner since December 1977

2014-07-28 10:38:50 | Lofty writes:

The car was purchased by the current owner in 1976 when 14 years old. There were no signs of much previous restoration and certainly on stripping to a bare shell no signs of opalescent silver grey paint anywhere on or within the body.
The heritage certificate states that it was opalescent silver grey but there must have been some confusion or a change of mind at the factory which was not documented properly as the car has certainly always been opalescent silver blue.

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