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Record Creation: Entered on 6 April 2008.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Photos of 885983

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Exterior Photos (1)

Uploaded April 2008:

2008-04-05
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded December 2010:

2010-12-30
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded December 2010:

2010-12-30
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2008-04-05 22:29:01 | ELI writes:

&th owner, car was originally Maroon color. Shows 19874 miles. Believed correct, but do not have records for first 10 years, nor name of original owner. CA, NE, CO, and MO are locations of known owners.

2010-12-30 18:24:19 | Anonymous writes:

Update-after starting mechanical restoration, looks like milage is 119874, based on internal engine conditions,etc. Rebuilding engine/trans/fuel system, and all hydraulics, as car set for the better part of 10 years.

2013-03-22 21:02:00 | Ed Irwin writes:

Transmission not original, updated to all synchro, gearbox #EJ-10549.

2014-01-13 14:22:46 | Mark (Moeregaard) writes:

Looks like a nice, solid car, Ed. Any rust in the bodywork? I owned 1E30036 for many years, but sold it in a moment of weakness in 1998. Nice to see one like yours still in the U.S.

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