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Record Creation: Entered on 8 July 2017.
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2017-07-08 10:55:09 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 7/17
Model: MK2 3.8
First Registered: 1961
Registration No: LFO 238
Chassis No: 204420 DN
This 3.8 example is presented in blue with beige leather interior. The vendor acquired the car in March 2006 and it has been kept in a dry garage for most of this time. It has been used very infrequently and has only covered roughly 4,000 miles during the vendor's ownership as he was working away for a number of years, and then has not been able to drive the car due to health reasons for the last four years.
The car features many upgrades including adjustable shock absorbers, all synchromesh gearbox, power lock rear axle, upgrade on brakes, full stainless steel exhaust, electric seats and windows, and an in car tool kit.
The car was subject to a restoration in the early 2000's, where it was completely stripped down, resprayed, the mechanicals overhauled, and the interior restored. It was completed to a high standard and the doors are said to shut with one finger. The vendor has also had lots of maintenance work carried out on the car during his ownership. Unfortunately most of the paperwork and bills for this work has been lost over the years.
Guide Price: £18,000 to £22,000
2017-09-22 15:52:10 | pauls writes:
Sold For: Sold £24,200
2019-09-10 03:28:02 | Stephen Westwood writes:
I am now the proud(??) owner of this car.
The engine turned out to be in an awful state - no compression on 2 cylinders. Now fully rebuilt and running well.
Also replaced all four brake calipers as all were partly seized.
Next job is to tackle the steering - some muppet set it with the PAS box 1/4 turn off centre. Lock turning left far better than turning right.