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   BMC Display Centre Piccadilly London
 BN4O74401 24 December 1958
 9974 London
 24 December 1958 United Kingdom
 1958 Bright Red
 2008 Black
 Rest: Nice 
 Unknown Builth Wells
 29ah15076 Powys
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Record Creation: Entered on 29 December 2008.


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Factory Information: Supplied to BMC Display Centre Piccadilly London

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2008-12-29 20:59:40 | Trevor Sherwood writes:

Original RHD car exported to S Africa in ? I have photographic records of body rebuild in 1991. Painted bright red.

Much of this car remains a mystery but being an exhibition car, I need to know more!

It is a mystery because it didn't go through the BMC Dealership network and found itself in S Africa. On its return in 1995 it covered only 4000 miles before being laid up in 2001.

I have just obtained the car (Dec 2008) and it is superb with engine running like a pussy cat (purring at idle but vicious when provoked). Unfortunately the 1991 paint job was naff.

Very important 1958 exhibition car with no history post Heritage Certificate and prior to 1991 rebuild.

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