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HBJ8L37455

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 HBJ8L37455 9 August 1966
 29KRUH12116 
 3226BJ882399 
  
  United States
 
  
  
  
  
  
  
 
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Record Creation: Entered on 19 October 2016.

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Photos of HBJ8L37455

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Exterior Photos (7)

Uploaded October 2016:

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2016-10-24 13:41:59 | Steve Byers - BJ8 Registry writes:

I saw the remains of 37455 sitting in weeds behind a house in Mechanicsville, Virginia on 23 November 2003. There was nothing left of it except a bit of inner chassis sheet metal and the VIN plate on the firewall. Yes, the original engine was 29K/RU/H12116, but the engine was no longer with the car. The BJ8 Registry has a record of one owner in Florida in the mid-1980s, but contact information was no longer valid and I was unable to determine how the car got to Virginia and deteriorated to such a state. I understand that whatever remains there were ended up in England, but the car that left the factory with the chassis number 37455 no longer exists.

2016-10-24 13:50:29 | Steve Byers writes:

Correction: the only thing left on the firewall was the body number plate, which BMIHT determines belonged to HBJ8L/37455.

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