|2.6 - 4 100|
|Right Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 4 October 2012.
Car Number Prefixes and Suffixes:
- BN1 indicates the model is a 100.
Photos of BN1150649
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Exterior Photos (1)
Uploaded October 2012:
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2012-10-04 19:09:06 | pauls writes:
The special pictured above is based on chassis BN1 150649 , engine 1B 204420 , bodywork by "CARROSSERIE DEMOLA" in Belgium.
The car was built for Belgian Barron Van Assche and took 4 months to build. The car was sold to a Vet in 1958 who fitted a Blower to the engine and Alfin brake drums. He crashed the car and changed the 100 grill to a design similar to the AC Greyhound. The front screen is a rear screen from some american car and cut in two parts and the rear screen was made in perpex from the same original american screen. The spare wheel was at the back with a small opening(as the D type jag) for the access.
The car was originaly dark green and silver (the seats were green and the dashboard green and silver). The car was last known in the hands of a French dealer Christophe Pund.