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BN4O50912

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Record Creation: Entered on 30 December 2010.

 

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2010-12-30 18:08:49  |  pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '96
www.classic-auctions.com/Auctions/27-11-1996-ThePavilionGardens-1006/1958Austin- ...

Auction description:
Lot Number: 55
1958 Austin-Healey 100
Not Sold
Reg Number: DSO 920
Chassis Number: BN4050912
Engine Number: 260/R/H50912
Cc: 2639
Body Colour: Red/White
Trim Colour: Black
MOT ExpiryDate: Feb 1997

We believe that the car was first registered in Scotland and it is finished in Red over White with wire wheels and the car has the Black trim. It is described as being very good throughout and it has the benefit of a current M.O.T. certificate until February next year.

Can you have more fun than this legally?


2017-07-03 03:05:48  |  Rob Faulkner writes:

I bought this car with 1500 miles on the clock in 1958 from Proctor & Patterson in Elgin when I was on the RN Day Fighter course at RNAS Lossiemouth. The first owner unfortunately borrowed the money from his employer but forgot to ask them !
The orginal colour was red all over (NOT white).
I sold it in 1960 at 50,000 wonderful miles to another FAA pilot.


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