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 2.6 - 4 100 
 Left Hand Drive 
 1956 Pale Yellow
 2009 Black
 Awaiting Rest. 
 Original Cameron
North CarolinaNorth Carolina
United StatesUnited States
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Record Creation: Entered on 11 July 2009.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


Record Changes

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2009-07-11 14:35:07 | AH Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Title Year was added: 1956
  • Car Condition was added: Awaiting rest.
  • Note About Originality was added: 1
  • Replacement Engine was added: original
  • Replacement Gearbox was added: Original
  • Current Color was added: pale yellow
  • Current Interior was added: black
  • Current City was added: Cameron
  • Current State was added: NC
  • Current Country was added: United States
  • Last Seen was added: 2009
  • Photos of BN2L229982

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    Exterior Photos (2)

    Uploaded July 2009:

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    Restoration Photos: Start (1)

    Uploaded July 2009:

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    2009-07-11 14:10:25 | Lofty writes:

    I have the above car. The number on the plate on engine is 1B229982M. I am trying to find out more information about car. When and where built, and which number was car when built.

    2009-07-11 14:20:08 | Lofty writes:

    This number is on a riveted tag on engine block (1B229982M). Can anyone share what these numbers mean. Thank you

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