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 861448 10 January 1964
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Record Creation: Entered on 6 January 2014.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Regsitration Mark 7454WK (Coventry)

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2014-01-04 07:46:52  |  Tc Botha writes:

Will start with restoration in 2014


2014-01-04 07:50:43  |  Tc Botha writes:

Will start with restoration in 2014


2014-11-05 05:21:02  |  Roy W. writes:

Hi I have noticed you are in Pretoria, I own FHC 861442. Which I bought in Que Que and then to Bulawayo, and now in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, I believe mine actually came down from Zambia. As your car is close to mine I wonder if you know of the history of your car, would be great to hear from you and any history you have. RegardsRoy


2014-11-06 10:01:04  |  Anonymous writes:

Hi Roy,
I have finally recieved the JDHT info and the history as follows;
Date of manufacture - 6 January 1964,
Date of despatch - 10 January 1964,
Distributor - Sagers, Buluwayo, Rhodesia,
First owner - not recorded
Registration mark - 7454WK (Coventry)
Hope this helps.


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