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167128DN

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Record Creation: Entered on 23 August 2010.

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Heritage Notes

Worth Engineering

Owner: Richard Bondy

Previous owner of:
1R25901 & T825028DN

(email)

Updated August 15th, 2011. Not legal proof of ownership.

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Exterior Photos (6)

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Interior Photos (4)

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Details Photos: Exterior (6)

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2010-08-23 07:11:33 | Richard Bondy writes:

Restored by Southern Classics in Chertsey, Surrey, and Jack Roush Enginering in Livonia, Michigan. Previously owned by Jac Nasser who was the CEO & President of the Ford Motor Co. Shown at Meadowbrook, Eyes on Design, Stanford Hall, Beaulieu Spring Concours, Chatworth House, NEC, and others.

2010-08-23 13:40:41 | Richard Bondy writes:

Original delivery documents, V5, tools, and full history from new.

2016-06-15 19:59:33 | Rick Bondy writes:

In 2010 I submitted the original owner as TA Worth Engineering (from the V5 and Heritage Certificate). I just learned that the TA is an English abbreviation for "trading as".
Thus the first owner is corrected to Worth Engineering. The founder and managing director of Worth Engineering was George Nelson Trotter Pattison. He used the MK2 as his company car until June 1967. Thanks to the Slaughman archives I now have photos taken of the MK2, Mr. Pattison, his home, sons, and the Worth Engineering Factory from the summer of 1965 when the MK2 was one year old. They graciously provided many missing pieces related to the MK2's first years at Worth. Thank you to Barry Ray and all of his contacts and associates at the archives!!!

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