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 HBJ8L33059 4 October 1965
 77955 Salisbury
 7743 North Carolina
 16 September 1965 United States
 1966 Silver / Grey
 2015 Black
 Rest: Nice Black
 Original Salisbury
North CarolinaNorth Carolina
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Record Creation: Entered on 27 April 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Factory Fitted Equipment: Wire wheels, heater, adjustable steering column, laminated windscreen, overdrive, Roadspeed tyres

Photos of HBJ8L33059

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2007-04-27 13:54:09 | Greg Shields writes:

Just had this car passed down to me by my father-in-law. He restored it in 1985 and I took my (now) wife to her senior prom in it in 1987. The car is in Harrisburg, NC right now with Pete Delaney getting a thorough going over and I cannot wait to start driving it on sunny weekends.

2008-04-02 21:37:37 | Greg Shields writes:

Got the car back from Pete, but still leaking some brake fluid into the cockpit. Pete came with his trailer and got it, and while he has it, he is going to install a new burl-wood dash that was a Christmas present from my wife and new steering wheel.

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