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United States1RM125

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 September 2004.

 

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2006-12-11 05:03:43  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Title Year was added: 1961
  • Replacement Gearbox was deleted, old value was: Original
  • Factory Build Year was deleted, old value was: 1961
  • Factory Build Month was deleted, old value was: 03
  • Factory Build Day was deleted, old value was: 29

  • 2015-07-30 09:30:20  |  XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Top Color was added: tan
  • Car Condition was added: Scruffy driver
  • Current Color was added: dark green
  • Current Interior was added: suede green
  • Current State was added: Massachusetts
  • Current Country was added: United States
  • Last Seen was added: 2015
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: 1RM125|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: United States!MA|

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    Photos of 875014

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    Exterior Photos (3)

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    Interior Photos (1)

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    Details Photos: Exterior (1)

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    Detail Photos: Interior (4)

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    Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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    2011-12-26 20:51:50  |  Jeff Roy writes:

    I purchased 875014 from the original owner in June of 1972. Have been it's keeper ever since. It's been fun!



    2014-11-20 17:34:25  |  Anonymous writes:

    Featured in Hemmings Sports & Exotics Jan 2015, pages 26-33


    2015-07-29 21:17:39  |  pauls writes:

    www.hemmings.com/hsx/stories/2015/01/01/hmn_feature1.html


    2016-02-23 08:02:58  |  Jeff Roy writes:

    It may be a "scruffy driver" to some folks but I still love it!


    2016-02-23 19:35:00  |  DOC writes:

    Its "perfect " in my mind...keep driving and enjoying........too many of these cars are ending up in a recycling pool of dealers.....

    Have had my e-type and healey for 20 combined years now......


    2016-02-27 09:00:42  |  Stefan writes:

    I can only agree!

    There are so many characterless restored cars out there and only very few "originals" remaining. And what is a vintage car without a visible, smellable, feelable history on it self?

    IMHO much nicer, much more desirable than most of the others. And thus also more valuable for me. Comparable to 850026 - I love this car, which I saw and photographed in 2011 in Silverstone...

    Fingers crossed the car will run forever and never in need of a full restoration! Congrats for such a car


    2016-02-27 09:08:12  |  Stefan writes:

    One addition: I bought the Hemmings Sports & Exotics Jan 2015 issue second hand only because of the article on this car with postage costs exceeding the price of the mag when new


    2016-03-22 07:34:48  |  Jeff Roy writes:

    DOC and Stefan:

    Thanks for the kind words! Have had 875014 for such a long time now, it is truly part of the fabric of our family. We all enjoy it so much and are looking forward to poking it's nose out of the garage as soon as the weather permits. All the best to both of you...


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