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BN1223926

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Record Creation: Entered on 18 July 2008.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Wire wheels, laminated windscreen, less heater

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Photos of BN1223926

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Exterior Photos (5)

Uploaded April 2010:

2010-04-21
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Uploaded February 2010:

2010-02-07
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2010-02-07
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2010-02-07
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Uploaded July 2008:

2008-07-18
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Interior Photos (4)

Uploaded April 2010:

2010-04-21
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2010-04-21
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Uploaded February 2010:

2010-02-07
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Uploaded July 2008:

2008-07-19
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded July 2008:

2008-07-19
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Restoration Photos: Start (3)

Uploaded July 2008:

2008-07-21
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2008-07-21
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2008-07-21
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2008-07-18 17:46:42  |  Peter Linn writes:

This car was rescued after many years in a paddock. Currently under restoration and fitted with Holden V6 and auto gearbox! Disc brake front end, telescopic shocks and 100/6 steel wheels.


2010-10-21 07:38:54  |  Kevin knight writes:

The car really finished well


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