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 2.9 - 6 3000 Mk. III British Racing Green
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 Left Hand Drive Black
   New York
 HBJ8L34785 15 February 1966
 24 January 1966 United States
 1966 British Racing Green
 2008 Black
 Rest: Nice 
 Original Dingolfing
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Record Creation: Entered on 25 March 2008.


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Exterior Photos (4)

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Interior Photos (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2010-10-03 16:35:30 | al writes:

Would like to find more info on this car. The build date, dispatch date, distributor, and title date all are in the date range for the one I was the orginal owner of. I ordered it while stationed in France for deliver to New York.
I took delivery end of Feb or first part of Mar 1966 from a dealer in NY. From there I drove to Virginia. From Verginia I traveled to Kansas, where the car was registered, until I traded it into a dealer in Wichita KS, in 67 or 68. Am attempting to get VIN from the state, but no luck yet. I would appreciate it if the current owner could contact me. Thanks

2012-02-16 14:23:30 | Anonymous writes:

I owned this car from 1981 to 1989 or 90. completely tore down and rebuilt. good to see it looking so good!

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