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BN1L157590

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 1953 Black
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 Exc. Original 
 Unknown Cotswolds
  Gloucestershire
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Record Creation: Entered on 4 August 2008.

 

Record Changes

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2008-08-04 19:23:42 | AH Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Car Condition was changed from Rest: Concours to Exc. original
  • Current State was changed from Glouchestershire to Gloucestershire
  • Photos of BN1L157590

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    Exterior Photos (6)

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    Detail Photos: Engine (1)

    Uploaded August 2008:

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    2008-08-04 07:37:06 | chris york writes:

    This car was reimported from US in 1991 and subject to a ground up restoration. This included fitting a BN2 spec Gearbok (4 gears plus overdrive ) M spec louvred bonnet with strap and conversion to RHD. I have pics of the restoration. I guess it is a beautiful no pedigree beast now

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