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2011-07-01 15:03:56 | NIB writes:

Sold at Barrett-Jackson Auction January 2011. www.barrett-jackson.com/application/onlinesubmission/lotdetails.aspx

Lot Number: 935.2
Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2011
Status: SOLD
Year: 1964
Model: 3000 MARK III BJ8
VIN: HBJ8L30364
Exterior Color: SILVER
Interior Color: RED
Cylinders: 6
Engine Size: 2912
Transmission: 4-SPEED MANUAL
2002 frame-off restoration, no expense spared. Every mechanical and material aspect of the pre-restoration car has been addressed. Documented one owner car.

Spectacular frame-off, rotisserie restoration completed in 2002 on a 3000 Mark III Phase 2. Finished in brilliant silver with original red leather interior. Documented rebuild of the engine, gearbox, and all components have been replaced or refitted as new. The car has been driven less than 500 miles and has not seen rain or a wet road. The undercarriage is clean and in the same condition as it was in 2002. Car was awarded a Concours d'Elegance Award of Distinction by the Cincinnati Concours. The car has been a family owned, one owner car for 45 years. Car also has matching body, chassis and engine numbers as shown by the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certified copy. New carpet, canvas convertible top, wire wheels and tires, wiring harness, gas tank, windshield, chrome replated, trunk liner, carburetors redone and much more as documented in restoration documents.

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