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887725

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Record Creation: Entered on 15 January 2003.

 

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Exterior Photos (1)

Uploaded January 2003:

2003-01-15
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded January 2003:

2003-01-15
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded January 2003:

2003-01-15
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2003-01-15 05:12:38  |  Anonymous writes:

Senn on eBay, January 2003. Ad reads:

"This car was originally a doctor's daily driver in Colorado. I bought it to turn into a race car but I started school so I need money and time now for that. This car runs and drives but needs attention to be really perfect. The brakes have been rebuilt with new parts in July(master cylinders, wheel cylinders,pads).When I bought it, it had been sitting for about 6 years and the pads were stuck to the rotors.The car appears to have been damaged at some point as the rear fenders have been worked over with body filler. This is a repainted car in its original British Racing Green colour. The bonnet needs work to be straightened out, or one could just buy a new bonnet from XKs Unlimited as I had planned to do. All guages work and are present. All switches seem to function as well. This is a numbers matching car, though I am not certain about the number in the gearbox. I assume that the number on the I.D. plate matches the number on the gearbox because it looks like the transmission has never been removed."


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