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BN1L154347

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 Left Hand Drive 
   
 BN1L154347 
  
 46672866 
  
   
 
 1954 Dark Blue
 2010 Black
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  Santa Ynez
  
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V680380

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Record Creation: Entered on 18 June 2007.

 

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2010-06-11 19:56:12  |  AH Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Engine Number was deleted, old value was: V680380
  • Gearbox Number was deleted, old value was: NA
  • Last Seen was changed from 2007 to 2010
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: V680380|

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    Photos of BN1L154347

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    Exterior Photos (5)

    Uploaded June 2007:

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    2010-06-11 19:20:10  |  Tom Schnerk writes:

    Car is '54 BN1, bought in Jan '57, converted to V8 power in July '57. Engine is a '59 Olds 394 bored to 419ci, produces about 400hp, tranny is a '37 La Salle 3 spd, rearend is a '57 Chevy with positraction. Curb weight is 2486#, weight distribution is 47% front and 53% rear. Wheels are original BN1 wire knockoffs, rears are strengthened to take the huge tongue. Car has gone 118mph in 12.5sec in quarter mile drags in '64 and presently does 0 to 60mph in 3.8sec.


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